A city full of life.

The elegant, livable city on the Rhine stands for fashion, shopping, culture and extraordinary events. From the Königsallee, affectionately called "Kö", one of the most luxurious shopping boulevards in Europe, it is not far to the historic old town with its 260 bars and restaurants. Its flair is world famous, its streets are pulsating with life, and the diverse cultural scene offers spectacular events and exhibitions.

Some facts about Dusseldorf

  • Height: 38 m above sea level NN
  • Area: 21,741 ha *
  • Inhabitants: 635,000 *
  • Population density: 2,816 inhabitants per km² *
  • City structure: 10 districts with 50 districts
  • 35 public and 37 private universities
  • 40 consular representations are represented in Düsseldorf
  • 33 foreign chambers of commerce and foreign trade organizations have their headquarters here
  • Every tenth of the total German fashion turnover is generated in Dusseldorf
  • With 9.21 million square meters of office space, Dusseldorf has one of the largest real estate offers in this area in Germany
  • Bank location number 1 in North Rhine-Westphalia and nationwide number 2
  • Düsseldorf occupies first place in the following categories of quality of life: living and working, work and training, food and drink, flair and atmosphere, schools and education

Worth seeing in Dusseldorf

Düsseldorf offers visitors many special places and sights. Well known beyond the city limits are the old town, the Königsallee or the Medienhafen. In addition, there are a lot to discover in the 50 districts of Düsseldorf - all have their own charm and of course their own attractions. Düsseldorf Tourism has put together a nice overview.

Our objects can be found in the districts Pempelfort, Derendorf und Bilk.

Culture in Dusseldorf

Düsseldorf is not without reason called a "cultural city". And that is not necessarily the traditional Altbier meant. The city is full of museums. The 18 municipal museums alone regularly attract millions of visitors. In addition, many private museums, collections and numerous galleries attract. From the art academy to the Kunstpalast, from Heinrich Heine to the Asphalt Festival. Modern world-class, opera, ballet, drama, literature or music: Dusseldorf shows diverse cultural facets.

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