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Sitting alongside the banks of the calm Rhine River, Düsseldorf is an international and multicultural city that houses many large corporations and cultural events. Along the promenade of the Rhine, you’ll see traditional intricate architecture sitting comfortably alongside modern skyscrapers, and the city is a delightful mixture of the old and new. Düsseldorf is at the heart of Germany’s fashion and advertising industries, with many major exhibitions and shows, with a packed calendar of exclusive events.

Things to see

The glass domed Messe Düsseldorf hosts dozens of trade fairs, with delegates traveling from around the world to enjoy the modern facilities. With facilities spread over several floors, the center is capable of holding events of all sizes, with exhibitions often lasting several days. If you need a break from your business dealings, then head for the Konigsallee urban park. The canal path makes for a pleasant stroll, and there are upmarket boutiques running alongside the leafy route. Wochenmarkt Carlsplatz is an indoor marketplace with stalls piled high with colorful produce, as well as local meats and cheeses waiting to be sampled. The bright and modern Esprit Arena hosts many thrilling international soccer matches, as well as concerts from some of the biggest acts in Germany and around the world. The Kunsthalle Düsseldorf displays some of the most famous contemporary artists from around the world, with permanent exhibitions, as well as exciting events from challenging artists.

Hotels in Duesseldorf

If you’re looking for cheap Düsseldorf hotels, there are plenty of 2 to 3 star hostels, hotels, and inns around all areas of the city. This kind of accommodation is clean and basic, with plenty of extras such as restaurants, snack bars, WiFi, barbecue grills, and rooms with private bathrooms. If you’re traveling on business you might want to look for one of the more upmarket hotels in the city center, with features such as dry cleaning services, safe deposit boxes, in-room desks, direct dial phones, complimentary newspapers, and flat-screen televisions.

Where to stay

Stadtmitte is at the heart of Düsseldorf, with the stock exchange, central banks, transport hubs, and major shopping areas located in its historic streets. Along the waterfront you’ll often find lively, bustling markets taking place, especially during the holidays when the famous Christmas Market lights up the area. The Old Town is full of charming, traditional buildings, with cozy restaurants, pavement cafés, cobbled squares, and quirky boutiques. The City North area of the city is popular with business travelers due to its close proximity to the main airport, with many practical budget hotels in the area. Because of the excellent transport connections it’s easy to travel into the city center for meetings or to enjoy some time off.

How to get to Duesseldorf

Düsseldorf International Airport is in the north of the city, with the drive or taxi ride to the center taking less than 15 minutes. However, one of the easiest ways to get to your destination is via the fast, efficient public transport network. On arrival the automated Skytrain service takes you to Düsseldorf Airport Station, and the journey to Düsseldorf Central Station takes less than 15 minutes, without having to worry about traffic at peak times. Those travelling to Neuss Central Station will also find the transfer easy, with direct trains from the airport taking less than half an hour.

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