The city nicknamed by Napoleon “Little Paris” is located on the banks of the Rhine. Düsseldorf still bares traces of the French Emperor’s passing and has more generally been shaped by historic events, leading to a great architectural diversity. The media port – Medienhafen – is a notable example thanks to its modernity and audacity.
The capital of North Rhine-Westphalia and 2nd stock market centre of the country offers a wide choice of fairs, many of which have an international dimension and are leaders in their fields. Moreover, the city is home to many international companies, a significant number of which are Japanese.
Beyond its economic strength, the city distinguishes itself through its elegance and is considered as the German capital of fashion. This reputation rests partly on its haute couture and prestigious prêt-à-porter trade fairs, but also on its stores more generally speaking. Art stores, concert halls and museum complete this already vast picture.
1. MuseumKunstpalast (between 2h and half a day)
2. Museum Kunstsammlung NRW (between 2h and half a day)
3. Palace of Benrath (half a day)
4. Düsseldorf -TV Tower (1h)
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