At luxury shopping street Königsallee, you'll find Prada, Gucci, Hermès, Chanel, Dior and Louis Vuitton and all the other flagship desinger stores. It's actually known by its nickname Kö, and is a promenade that stretches a long a mile. If you're looking to go on a shopping trip that won't break the bank though, you'll also find big chains H&M, Zara, Massimo Dutti and more. As well as shopping, there are trees and a picturesque canal, making it a great place to stroll along. There are also cafes if you feel like stopping for a coffee.
The worldly appeal of Düsseldorf is nothing new. Even Napoleon fell for the charm of the city, dubbing it 'Little Paris'. Founded over 730 years ago, the German city and capital of the North-Rhine Westphalia state is certainly steeped in rich history, most evident in the narrow, cobbled streets of the medieval Old Town. How picturesque.
But thanks to the ever-evolving modern world, the city has a sophisticated and modern edge, too. New architecture has transformed the gleaming skyline and the expanding art scene rivals that of larger cities - a whopping 26 museums and over 100 galleries (way more than just a weekend trip). Add to that stylish shopping, vibrant nightlife and great restaurants, and there are more than enough attractions in Düsseldorf to keep any visitor busy. Check out our selection of the best attractions in Düsseldorf.
📍 The 19 absolute best things to do in Düsseldorf
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