Awesome, Benrath such beautiful park, Königsalle and Altstadt are the place of shopping.Don't forget visit Immermannstrasse (that's Japanese store, groceries, foods, drinks) or I could say an Asian town.
The place where you can see many Asian faces. I would love to come back.
great place to explore but didn't have enough time (only one night and the day after that) easy to travel with Tageskarte, I went to Esprit Arena, Altstadt and Flughafen with it and it cost me only 6.
Was on a short one night stay. Walk to King's alley and Rhine riverside walk. It was labor day so everyone is out there having fun drinking and dinning and just total relaxation.
Those gigantic sausages are big like never seen. Alt beer tastes like heaven.
My favourite city in Germany. Very relaxed. Love the local cuisine. Full of galleries and museums. Just 20mins journey from airport using the S-Bahn.
We arrived in Dusseldorf feeling quit stupid, the friendly people at the train station DB bookings were most helpful in telling us how to get around.
Nice city. Full of Art and culture. Easy to access, near to Venlo, Netherland which the Floridae 2012 held this year.
Great Japanese food.
the city is full of culture from different backgrounds. we did some shopping and had dinner at the street of Japanese.
the authentic japanese ramen was great.
My visiting purpose is business. So I can't mention about good point of the city. But there are a lot of restaurants.
Especially, you can watch many Japanese restaurants. It's worth while trying.
Fantastic place to go for a weekend break great bars food and nightlife Altadt a must also Konigsallee for shopping
Great city with a lot of green areas and also modern buildings and museums. A lot of nightlife and beer-activities.
It is also nice that most of the tourists go to Cologne because of the cathedral, so Düsseldorf is not too crowded.
My gf said this city is like an army. Everything clean, everything in order, everyone following orders.
The people are very unfriendly, I would have given them 'one' if it were not for two or three people (including our receptionist and a travel agent at the airport), who were just the opposite - very kind and helpful. Even in restaurants the waiters behaved in such a way that I constantly had a feeling I was doing something wrong. I travel around the world and have never experienced such an attitude before. Our adventures culminated in a train where we couldn't understand the ticket system and were fined 80 EUR for traveling with wrong tickets. When we tried to explain the situation the controllers threatened with jailing us. Well, that's just a good example of this follow-the-orders-or-you'll-be-punished athmosphere that's everywhere in Dusseldorf. Some might like the architecture in the city but to me it does not compare even to Riga where I live. Even in Germany there are much friendlier and more interesting cities - Frankfurt for example. I will never visit Dusseldorf again unless I really have to, I better spend my money in other places.