Düsseldorf has a great reputation in the financial world, but is also a very popular shopping destination. Anyone who has had enough of the many shops can enjoy the many buildings in the city designed by renowned architects and the pleasant harbor.
Düsseldorf Airport (DUS) is the third largest airport in Germany, located about 8 kilometers from the center of the city. No fewer than 75 airlines offer flights to around 180 destinations.
Lufthansa is the largest airline in Germany and has its home base in Frankfurt and Munich. Today it flies to around 18 domestic and 197 international destinations in Europe, Africa, America and Asia. It is a member of Star Alliance and Deutsche Lufthansa AG. In addition, it also has several subsidiary companies.
Iberia is the largest and national airline of Spain. It is part of the Oneworld alliance and flies to 17 destinations in Spain and 55 worldwide. It mainly provides flights between Spain and Latin America, but also to Düsseldorf.
KLM operates several flights from Amsterdam to Dusseldorf on a daily basis. The flight route takes 50 minutes. Easyjet and British Airways fly from London to the German city in 1 hour and 20 minutes.
Due to its location along the Rhine, Düsseldorf has played a prominent position in the economy of Germany. Admire the city from the promenade that runs along the banks of the Rhine. One of the nicest walks in the city.
Almost every German city has one, and therefore also Düsseldorf. Altstadt or the old city center is not immediately very large, but very cozy. You will find no fewer than 300 bars and nightclubs here. Enough choice to taste the German beer.
Königsallee is perhaps the main reason why travelers descend to Düsseldorf. This is after all the shopping street of the city. The street runs from north to south and is a kilometer long along which you will find numerous stores of reputed brands.
The tallest structure in the city with its 240 meters. The transmitting tower not only serves for television and telephony, but is also an attraction through its viewing platform. In addition, you will also find a revolving restaurant upstairs.
A visit to Düsseldorf is often referred to as a short city trip. Not immediately sustainable if you also fly. In addition to compensating for your flight with FlyGRN, you can also try using local accommodation instead of large hotel chains.