24 hours in DUSSELDORF

As a matter of fact, it was not really surprising that on my way to Japan, I had a stopover in Düsseldorf. After all, it’s Germany’s third-largest airport – after Frankfurt and Munich. Also, Düsseldorf has the largest Japanese community in all of Germany.

The Greek god Triton at the northern end of the city moat in Dusseldorf.
The Greek god Triton at the northern end of the city moat. The sculpture was made in 1902 by Friedrich Coubillier.

The international airport is located only about 9 kilometers respectively 6 miles from the city center, so that it can be easily reached by public transport.

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DUSSELDORF guided by locals

In Düsseldorf’s old town alone are about 260 bars and restaurants. No wonder this makes the city the self-proclaimed “longest bar of the world”.

Düsseldorf guided by locals to Father Rhine
Father Rhine and His Daughters – living on a fountain in front of the Ständehaus that houses the K21 gallery for contemporary art.

But this jovial city is far more than a bender- and stag party location. Therefore, I’ve asked five very special locals to guide you to the most interesting and beautiful places.

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