These 5 Things You Can Only Find in Dusseldorf, Check It Out!

These 5 Things You Can Only Find in Dusseldorf, Germany

Don’t spend your youth just lying in your room, guys. Have you thought about where you want to travel at the end of 2019? If not, maybe Germany can be one of the holiday destinations that is included in your wishlist.

One of the cities in Germany that you can choose as your destination is Düsseldorf, a city in West Germany that is famous for its fashion and art industry.

There are many interesting places that you can visit in this city. Quoted from The Crazy Tourist website, let’s look at the following.

  1. Altstadt

Looking for an old town destination in Dusseldorf? There is! You can come to Altstadt. Here you can feel the atmosphere of the old town. Try visiting here during the day, see the rows of beautiful houses and various cultural facilities in this area, such as the Kunstsammlung North Rhine-Westphalia, the film museum, and the NRW-Forum.

At night, you can find many bars and nightclubs here. There is an area known as “Längste Theke der Welt” or “The world’s longest bar”. While there’s no way to prove it, each space is claimed to be connected by the one next to it.

  1. Medienhafen

Situated on the river Rhine and home to the city’s wharf, Medienhafen was previously just a vacant plot of land in a former river port with abandoned warehouses and a boat dock. Later, the buildings in this area were also rehabilitated and now visitors who come here can enjoy some of the most eccentric architecture in Europe. One of them is the Der Neue Zollhof complex by Frank O. Gehry. The complex consists of three buildings with unique and different structures.

  1. Konigsallee

Love shopping for luxury goods? This is the right place for you. The Konigsallee area is known as a luxury shopping “paradise”. Here you can find shops selling branded goods such as Chanel, Cartier, Tiffany & Co, Burberry, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Hugo Boss, Prada, and many more. For most people, spending time in this area is the right choice to do window shopping, and feel the luxurious atmosphere while taking some photos of its elegant canals and bridges.

  1. Rhine Tower

Next, for those of you who like to see beautiful and beautiful scenery, this is the place! The Rhine Tower is on the east side of Medienhafen with a height of up to 240 meters being the tallest building in Düsseldorf. This communications tower was inaugurated in 1981 and have an observation deck and revolving restaurant at a height of 170 meters! From a height, you can see stunning views of metropolitan cities such as The Media Harbor, the historic city center, Hofgarten, Königsallee, and the various bridges located at the foot of the Rhine Tower.

  1. Kirmes

Try visiting here on the second and third weekends of July, because here there will be a “Largest Fair on the Rhine” which takes place on the left bank of the river. This event is the biggest celebration in Germany after Oktoberfest and Stutgart’s Canstatter Volksfest. This event has been a successful draw more than four million people rejoice every year. Oh, it must be really fun.

To get there, you can fly with the world’s best airline, Singapore Airlines. This route is flown using Airbus A350-900 type aircraft which is equipped with 303 seats in two classes, with 40 seats in Business Class and 263 seats in Economy Class.

This type of aircraft has various features that greatly support long flights. Starting from higher airplane ceilings, wider windows, wider cabins, and lighting designed to minimize jet lag.

The Business Class cabin is arranged in a 1-2-1 seat configuration which gives each customer direct aisle access where each seat can recline directly onto a fully flat bed. In addition, there is also a divider in the middle of the seat that can be adjusted, so your privacy will not be disturbed.

The Economy Class cabin is arranged in a 3-3-3 seat configuration. Each seat is equipped with an ergonomically designed backrest and a headrest that can be adjusted in six directions.

When flying to Dusseldorf with Singapore Airlines, you will transit at one of the largest connecting airports in Southeast Asia, Changi Airport. This airport has won the title of World’s Best Airport from Skytrax for seven years in a row.

There are many things you can do while transiting at Changi Airport, such as watching recently released films at the 24-hour cinema located in terminals 2 and 3, redeeming a $20 Transit Voucher that can be used to shop at over 400 retail outlets in four world-class terminals. or head to the Sunflower garden in terminal 2 to bask in the sun, away from the hustle and bustle of the Transit Hall. This sunny garden features several varieties of sunflowers grown in Changi Airport’s gardens. If you have a longer transit time, you can visit Jewel Changi Airport which is the perfect gateway to start exploring Singapore. You can see Rain Vortex, the world’s first tallest indoor waterfall, and explore exciting outdoor & indoor play such as Forest Valley and Walking Trails to thematic and Instagenic parks such as Canopy Mazes and Discovery Slides.

And that’s it, 5 interesting things why Dusseldorf should be the next destination you visit. Check tickets here. So what are you waiting for? Check it out here for more info!