Welcome to Dusseldorf! The state capital of North Rhine-Westphalia is a stylish, modern city with plenty to keep all ages entertained on city breaks in Germany. Whether you’re splashing out at the famous Königsallee, exploring the city’s ‘Little Tokyo’ in the Japanese quarter, or sightseeing with a walk along the Rheinuferpromenade, our great-value Premier Inn hotels in Dusseldorf are ideal for getting the most out of your getaway.
Hotels in Dusseldorf
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Things to do in Dusseldorf
Visit top cultural attractions
Get a taste of the city’s art scene throughout weekend breaks in Dusseldorf. Car enthusiasts will love exploring all the vintage vehicles on display at the Classic Remise Dusseldorf, while art-lovers won’t want to miss visiting the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, an art collection that’s home to all kinds of interactive exhibitions and though-provoking pieces. Why not head to the trendy district of Flingern too? This former industrial area is now a cool and colourful hub of street art, buzzing cafés and quirky independent stores.
Enjoy family days out in Dusseldorf
Thanks to their central locations, our Dusseldorf hotels are perfect for fun family breaks! You’ll find plenty of exciting things to do with the kids in Dusseldorf – meet the animals at attractions like the Wildpark Grafenberg and the Aquazoo Löbbecke Museum, before soaking up the city views from the top of the Rhine Tower. Plus, if you don’t mind the drive, the Phantasialand theme park is one of the most popular places to visit near Dusseldorf!
Go shopping in Dusseldorf
The Königsallee – or ‘the Kö’ as locals call it – is a luxury boulevard right in the heart of the city centre, and easily one of the most popular places to visit in Dusseldorf. Fashionistas will love exploring the high-end shops and outlets along ‘King’s Avenue’ before enjoying a coffee break next to the street’s famous canal. Alternatively, bargain-hunters who fancy a bit of shopping in Dusseldorf can head to top spots like Carlsplatz Markt or the Schadow Arkaden.
What are the nearest train stations in Dusseldorf?
Dusseldorf Central Station – or Dusseldorf Hauptbahnhof as it’s known in German – is the city’s main train station, and you’ll find it just a 15-minute walk away from the popular IHZ-Park. One of the best ways of getting around Dusseldorf is actually on the Metro or ‘U-Bahn’, Germany’s underground railway, and you’ll find plenty of handy stops dotted throughout the city.
What are the best places to eat in Dusseldorf?
Don’t miss out on trying some local delicacies during city breaks in Dusseldorf! Rheinischer Sauerbraten and Grünkohlessen are two of the most popular local dishes, and Altbier – the city’s famous brew – is enjoyed by locals and tourists alike. When you’re looking for great places to eat breakfast in Dusseldorf or somewhere to enjoy some mouth-watering pizzas in the evening, visit our hotels in Dusseldorf for some great-value meals!
What are the best things to do in Dusseldorf at night?
After fun-packed days, you’ll find plenty of exciting things to do in Dusseldorf in the evenings too. Whether you’re partying in one of the city’s lively nightclubs, catching live events in Dusseldorf at venues like the Mitsubishi Electric Hall, or relaxing with a few drinks back at one of our Dusseldorf bars, nightlife in Dusseldorf has plenty to please! Plus, don’t miss out on visiting Dusseldorf's Altstadt – dubbed ‘the longest bar in the world’!
What family friendly activities can you do in Dusseldorf?
Good news – you’ll find all kinds of fun family attractions in Dusseldorf to enjoy! Enjoy days out with the kids at one of the city’s trampoline parks, meet the animals at the Wildpark Grafenberg, or hop on a cruise along the river Rhine. Don’t forget to travel up to the top of the Rheinturm – one of the top attractions in Dusseldorf – for some unforgettable city views!
What outdoor activities can you do in Dusseldorf?
Shopaholics can treat themselves to a spending spree along the Königsallee – one of the most popular places to visit in Dusseldorf – before exploring the historic Old Town, or ‘Altstadt’ as it’s known in German. The picturesque Japanese Garden is an ideal place to escape to, especially during the summer months, and if you’ve only got a weekend to sightsee, why not join a walking tour of the city? Plus, if you’re booking winter breaks in Germany, then Dusseldorf’s Christmas markets are a must-visit!
What indoor activities can you do in Dusseldorf?
Whatever the weather in Dusseldorf, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to indoor activities throughout your stay. As a city packed with art and culture, you’ll find all kinds of exciting Dusseldorf museums and galleries to visit like the Museum Kunstpalast and Kunsthalle Dusseldorf, as well as historic sites like the Schloss Benrath. Plus, car lovers on city breaks in Dusseldorf won’t want to miss visiting the Classic Remise Dusseldorf.