A grand city in West Germany, Dusseldorf serves as the fashion and arts centre of the country. It's a beautiful city lying along the majestic Rhine river, up until the confluence of the river with the Dussel tributary. An economic hub of the region, this city screams modern with its contemporary and eclectic architecture, a vibrant nightlife and even livelier arts culture that keep residents engaged and energised all through the day.
Popular across Germany for its raging nightlife, barhopping in Altstadt, the old town of Dusseldorf, is one of the top-rated activities to engage in at the city. It is famous for being the birthplace of Altbier, a unique brew that is coveted by beerholics around the world. It is also worth your while to spend sometime walking around the city to come across some of its eclectic architecture, such as the Cartwheelers' Fountain, City Monument and Cast Boy Statue. One of the best areas to walk around in the city is across the promenade of the Rhine river, lined with buildings more beautiful than the other. The Rheinturm with its revolving restaurant provides the best panoramic view of this scenic city. For a taste of Dusseldorf's heritage, the restored Altstadt, the ruins of the Kaiserpfalz Palace, the Schloss Benrath are sights to explore, while the Museum Kanstplast has documented the history, culture and artifacts of the town right from the middle ages. Finally, Dusseldorf is your one stop in Germany for the best cuisine available in German Rhinelands.
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