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Delightful Dusseldorf, Germany: Best Tourist Attractions

Dusseldorf has become an arcade for architects to show off their skills. Ringed by numerous parks and extraordinary buildings, the town is a feast to any traveler.
Bask in the beautiful waterfront views from here and get a glimpse of town’s Mediterranean lifestyle
Rhine Embankment Promenade
Old Town owns the nightlife with its 300 plus brewpubs, night clubs, and bars. Sip some spirits and tap your feet on the groovy beats.
Old Town
Dominating Dusseldorf’s skyline, This Gothic structure is famous for many interesting tales and myths.
St. Lambertus Church
Enjoy the panoramic view and the sunny hues from the tower’s viewing platform as well as from the revolving restaurant with a splash of wine and delicious dinner.

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Rhine Tower
Located in the city's heart, various ponds, meadows, fountains, flowers dwell here. Also, check out the Jägerhof Castle, a former hunting house turned Goethe museum.
Hofgarten
This ancient riverside palace of Emperor Frederick Barbarossa is the city’s one of the most picturesque locations in the city.
Kaiserpfalz Kaiserswerth
This one-stop spot for the automobile freaks will go nuts over the classical cars like vintage models of Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, BMW, Lamborghini.
Classic Remise
This little Tokyo is dedicated to the Japanese population in the town, and boasts a Buddhist temple, a lovely lily garden, and a traditional house with a tea room.
Eko Haus
Embark on the gripping tour about human evolution and ancestral history while observing the exhibits in the museum.
Neanderthal Museum
Originally the home of former Elector Palatine Charles Theodore, the building houses three museums - Museum Corps de Logis, Museum for Landscape Art and the Natural Science Museum.
Schloss Benrath
Awesome integration of ancient warehouses and charming modern constructions, Düsseldorf’s dock is a paradise for architects.

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 Vinam Pachkhede

Jun 5, 2021
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Deniz Fuchidzhiev