Dusseldorf, which is on the banks of the Rhine River, which flows from the Swiss Alps to the North Sea, is a cosmopolitan, modern city bursting with fantastic activities to amuse even the most discerning traveler. If you enjoy shopping, the mile-long stretch of retail therapy on Konigsallee will get you in the mood in no time. You may unwind by spending the evening in the world’s longest bar. The old town’s cobblestone passageways with bars, taverns, and watering holes, now known as the world’s longest bar, cater to every palate, as you will discover not just German beer, but also Irish beer and beer from many other countries. Dusseldorf is also regarded as a forerunner in the fields of art and architecture. This is a city that is alive with culture and activity.
Visit Dusseldorf’s colorful streets and discover an open-air gallery of today’s most innovative urban street artists. View graffiti and sophisticated murals, as well as get a sense of the locals.
Surround yourself with whimsical murals of lizards and horses, as well as political and social statements, on the side of an entire building. View small masterpieces hidden in Dusseldorf’s hidden alleys as well as large-scale installations in wide open spaces.
Look for work in progress as well as art that has been there for decades as you discover some of Europe’s best street art.
✓ Local Guide × Gratuities × Food and drinks, unless specified
Marktpl. 2, 40213 Düsseldorf, Germany
This experience requires good weather. If the tour is canceled because of poor weather, you’ll be offered, or you can also book a different date. This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If the tour is canceled because the minimum numbers of participants aren’t met, you’ll be offered, or you can also choose a different date.