Dusseldorf the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia stands for fashion, art and trade fairs. It is a cultural city, business center and science location all in one. It owes its great importance to the mighty Rhine river, which runs through the city and gives it much of its character to this day. Stroll from the old town to the banks of the Rhine river and sit down for a moment - like the people of Dusseldorf - next to the historic castle tower on the large Freitreppe at Burgplatz.
Further south along the promenade the Mannesmannufer, various museums, the state parliament of North Rhine-Westphalia and the imposing TV tower await you. What do you think about having coffee in daring heights and with a view over the whole city? The rotating restaurant on the tower makes it possible. Behind the Rhine Tower lies the Media Harbor. Impressive with its avant-garde architecture which always picks up elements of the old harbor it is also a popular meeting spot with numerous cafés and restaurants.
Don't miss out on window shopping on the legendary "Kö"-street! Art enjoyment is on the agenda at the "Kunstsammlung NRW in the K20 and K21". An evening tour of the old town - the "longest counter in the world" - is a relaxing way to end the day. Spend a relaxing night in one of NOVUM Hospitality's modern hotels after an eventful day in Dusseldorf.