Düsseldorf’s old town is known worldwide as the longest bar in the world. But the old town has much more to offer than the numerous pubs, bars and restaurants. There are also various sights and museums in Düsseldorf’s old town. Furthermore, the old town is a popular place for shopping.
Old Town Duesseldorf
During the day, tourists and locals alike roam the alleys of the old town to visit the buildings and museums that are worth seeing or to go shopping in one of the numerous shops. In the evenings, however, the varied nightlife of the old town attracts with its diverse bars, restaurants, clubs and cafes.
Then work colleagues, friends, lovers as well as singles and tourists meet in the old town to spend a few cozy hours or just to drink a cold glass of beer after work. The town’s long-established breweries are particularly popular. In the summer months, people like to stand outside and chat with a delicious glass of Altbier, or watch the hustle and bustle in the old town.
A tour through Düsseldorf’s old town with a detour to the Rhine promenade and a harbor tour should be a must for every visitor to Düsseldorf. Because in addition to the shopping opportunities and the varied nightlife, the old town also offers historical buildings worth seeing, such as the town hall, in the front of which is the “Jan Wellem Monument”.
Sights in Düsseldorf’s old town
But Düsseldorf’s old town has a lot more to offer. In the old town there are several churches worth seeing, including the St. Lambertus Church, St. Maximilian Church, or the St. Andreas Church. Also worth seeing are the castle tower and the Rhine promenade, from which ships depart for harbor tours. The museums in the old town are also interesting, such as the film museum, the ceramic museum, or the art museums. In the mustard shop you can also marvel at the number of mustard variations.
Enjoy in Düsseldorf’s old town
Just take a tour through the old town with a short detour to the Rhine promenade and let yourself be inspired by the pulsating life in the city. You can reach the old town particularly easily by public transport. Almost all light rail lines lead via the “Heinrich Heine Allee” stop, from which you can get directly to the old town. Taxis will of course also take you to the old town. Visit Düsseldorf’s old town and enjoy a delicious Alt-Beer. Or go out to eat in one of the numerous restaurants. The old town is particularly well attended during the numerous events and trade fairs in Düsseldorf. If you want something very special, you should reserve a table in advance if possible.