When traveling abroad and discovering a new city for the first time, it's always a good idea to keep your itinerary diverse, splitting your time between spontaneous exploration, and guided tours. Whatever your preferred method of exploring Germany is, a vast array of breath-taking Dusseldorf Germany attractions await.
To help ease the tensions of creating a well-rounded vacation itinerary, we at Auto Europe have put together a comprehensive, detailed list of the many guided tours you can partake in; allowing you to maximize your time visiting Dusseldorf.
Dusseldorf's idyllic location, nestled amid the twisting waters of the Rhine River, make it the perfect destination for those hoping to enjoy a river boat cruise. A variety of boat tours are available on the Rhine River, ranging from daytime site-seeing tours to romantic moonlit dinner cruises. Prefer to move and shake while taking in the city? Try a late night disco or jazz cruise along the Rhine. Whether you desire a relaxing morning or an upbeat evening, a Rhine River boat cruise is sure to offer something for the whole family which is why it's one of the most popular Dusseldorf Germany attractions among travelers.
Since the drastic revitalization campaign undertaken by the city of Dusseldorf, to spruce up Media Harbor, a vast number of high-profile restaurants and hole-in-the-wall local eateries have taken up residence in the area, coming together to create a community characterized by diverse ethnic cuisine offerings. Join in on a culinary adventure, tasting the local fare at a variety of top-tier restaurants; all while learning of Dusseldorf's rich history, and exploring the newly remodeled Media Harbor.
What better way to get some exercise, soak up some sun, and discover Dusseldorf's many enchantments, than by taking a walking tour of Old Town, the cultural and historic epicenter of the city. Check out the "longest bar in the world," the Rhine Promenade, and St. Lambertus Basilica, among many other Dusseldorf Germany attractions, when you embark on a walking tour of the city's Old Town. Each tour is lead by an expert guide, full to the brim with historic knowledge, eager to provide each and every patron with a behind-the-scenes look into Dusseldorf's attractions.
As you probably are already aware, Germany is a world renowned producer of craft beer, with a long-standing history of brewing innovation and expertise. Craft beer is a large part of the German cultural identity, and nearly every part of the country is known for brewing different varietals, unique to each region. Dusseldorf's specialty style is called 'Altbeer,' a distinctly crisp and clean tasting beer, brewed with the old-style, top-fermenting method.
Traveling beer connoisseurs should rejoice and spend the day on the ultimate beer safari, visiting 5 original microbreweries, engaging in Dusseldorf's rich beer culture, and tasting your way through the many bold flavors and subtle notes brought to life in Altbeer.
Visiting Dusseldorf during the winter? What better way to celebrate the holidays, than to take a guided tour of the Christmas Market, and partake in the numerous festivities. Enjoy the fantastic display of Christmas lights, jingling of bells, and melodic musings of carolers, as you are whisked from place to place, savoring the aromatic frangrances of cinnamon, gingerbread, wine, and chestnuts. The tour concludes with a sampling of German holiday staples, mulled wine, and sugar biscuits.
A bicycle tour is far and away the most efficient, and comprehensive way to explore the best Dusseldorf Germany attractions in the city during a short period of time. Get your bearings in this German metropolis as you leisurely pedal your way through serene river pathways and picturesque urban landscapes, stopping at many of the major destinations such as Barbarossa's Imperial Palace, and enjoying the avant-garde architecture of Media Harbor. Tours last an average of 3 hours, covering around 20km, though adjustments can be made to accommodate your party's needs.