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Discover Dusseldorf – with your Sheraton Dusseldorf Airport Hotel

With its famous shopping area and countless boutiques, the state capital of North Rhine-Westphalia is more than just the fashion capital of Germany; just a few minutes’ drive from your Dusseldorf airport hotel, you will also find an inexhaustible range of attractions for lovers of culture and the arts. The Deutsche Oper am Rhein, 26 museums and more than 100 galleries, as well as a packed events calendar ensure high-quality artistic entertainment – from classical to contemporary – all year round. Further attractions for your visit to Dusseldorf include the lively brewery scene with its old-fashioned pubs serving Altbier (top-fermented dark beer) and the lively carnival. And those with a little extra time can plan excursions into the beautiful surrounding area…

What you have to see

  • The old-town Dusseldorf
  • The shopping street Königsallee
  • The Rheinturm tower
  • Tha unique architecture at the Media harbor
  • The Aquazoo Dusseldorf
  • Die Rhine promenade

How the perfect day might look like

  • Sleeping in in your Sheraton Signature Sleep Experience Bed
  • A city tour through Dusseldorf old-town
  • A walk along the "Kö"boulevard
  • Visit Museum Kunstpalast
  • A walk through the Media harbor
  • Enjoy an Altbier (local beer) at the Rhine promenade 

Cultural highlights in Dusseldorf

  • Museum Kunstpalast
  • Citymuseum Düsseldorf
  • Maritime museum
  • Art collection North Rhine-Westphalia
  • Heinrich-Heine Institut

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Königsallee & the Old Town

Enjoy a long stroll along the famous Königsallee, affectionately known to the locals as “Kö“, which is home to boutiques, cafés and galleries. Lined with ancient trees and divided lengthwise by the city moat, it is one of the most picturesque shopping areas in Germany. However, the Old Town between the Rhine and Heinrich-Heine-Allee is the social heart of Dusseldorf. The tiny district is packed with around 250 restaurants and bars. Here you can also try the traditional Altbier and find many varieties of mustard, a local speciality, at the Dusseldorf mustard shop next to the museum. 

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Regional excursions

Our Dusseldorf airport hotel is not only the perfect starting point for international journeys, but it is also a great base for exploring the surrounding area. How about a visit to the Kaiserpfalz Kaiserswerth? Situated on the banks of the Rhine, the ruins of the imperial palace of the legendary emperor Frederick Barbarossa are an impressive sight and a popular recreation destination for Dusseldorf locals. Other attractions include Benrath Palace in the south of the city, one of the most beautiful garden palaces of the 18th century, and the little medieval town Zons am Rhein, with its famous toll castle.

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Art & culture highlights

 Music and theatre, visual art, performance and street art: no matter which art form you’re into, Dusseldorf is sure to have a surprise in store for you. In the Old Town, on the banks of the Rhine and all around the Grabbeplatz you will find the entire spectrum of Dusseldorf’s cultural attractions – from the Deutsche Oper am Rhein with its renowned ballet to the Tonhalle concert hall, the theatre and the famous Kunstakademie (Art Academy), as well as countless museums and project spaces. The short distances between the attractions make for an ideal cultural stroll. There are three routes to explore…

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Charming Old Town flair

The Old Town , situated between the Rhine and Heinrich-Heine-Allee, is the heart of Dusseldorf. Enjoy a discovery and gourmet tour in your leisure time and go with the flow in the narrow streets with their many pubs. There are more than 200 restaurants and inns in close proximity to each other. Whether you have an appetite for the finest French cuisine, a snack at a Korean restaurant or would like to head to 1001 Nacht café - you will find everything here. The Old Town is also a popular place for various outdoor and indoor events , such as the Düsseldorf Altstadt-Herbst.

Great views

Dusseldorf also appeals to tourists and locals because of its wonderful location, directly on the River Rhine . When the weather is good, you should definitely include a stroll along the Rhine riverbank promenade in your free time.Do you like to have a good overall view? There is no better view than from high up in the Rheinturm tower, the highest building in Dusseldorf at a height of 234 metres.

Individual architecture

From here you can enjoy a breath-taking view of the city and the modern Media Harbour . Those who become overwhelmed and hungry from the view can regain their strength in the revolving restaurant .
No other style and architect has defined Dusseldorf as much as the Gehry buildings by Frank O. Gehry. Trade marks are the irregular layouts, a bold mix of materials and oblique details. The Gehry buildings in the Media Harbour became Dusseldorf landmarks a long time ago.
We highly recommend a visit there.