Düsseldorf
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Düsseldorf: 24-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Ticket

Düsseldorf: 24-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Ticket

Get on board and enjoy the highlights of Düsseldorf! The tour lasts approx. 90 minutes and will take you right around and through the city center of the vibrant metropolis on the Rhine. The modern HopOn HopOff concept allows you to get off at any stop and explore your favorite spots at your own leisure. En route, learn more about each attraction and the history of the city through earphones (ten languages). The stops for the bus tours are: • Königsallee (Kö-Brücke Königsallee/Steinstraße) (first bus leaves at 10 a.m., the last bus at 4 p.m.) • Burgplatz/Altstadt • Rheinturm/Medienhafen (öffentliche Haltestelle: Rheinturm - 1) • Rheinterrasse/Ehrenhof (öffentliche Haltestelle: Rheinterrasse) • Nordpark/Aquazoo (Kaiserswerther Str.) • Kunstakademie/Altstadt (öffentliche Haltestelle: Tonhalle/Ehrenhof - 5) • Main entrance (central library-Konrad-Adenauer-Platz 1) • Königsallee (Kö-Brücke Königsallee/Steinstraße)

Düsseldorf: Altbier-Safari Beer Walking Tour

Düsseldorf: Altbier-Safari Beer Walking Tour

Enjoy authentic Düsseldorf beer culture and lifestyle on this city walking tour. Sample local microbrews and learn about production as your guide takes you through the process. Your tour starts in front of the Schloßturm at Burgplatz in the old town of Düsseldorf. In the Brauerei Kürzer, get an insight into the brewing process and see the "beer barrel which is never empty." Sample the non-pasteurized craft beers with unique flavors you could taste blindfolded. Drink like a local, standing on the street in front of the brewery, and listen as your guide shares stories of the local beer culture. Discover the answers to questions like why you don't have to order a beer in Düsseldorf, why the glasses are so small, and where the longest bar in the world is. Afterward, make new friends and reserve a table at one of the breweries, where your tour will end on a high note.

Düsseldorf: Brewery Tour with Alt Beer Tastings

Düsseldorf: Brewery Tour with Alt Beer Tastings

Experience a fun way to explore the beautiful city and history of Düsseldorf with the renowned brewery tour. Meet your guide and take a trip through the city's most famous breweries such as the im Füchschen, Zum Schlüsse, Brasserie Kürzer, and more. Start the thirst-quenching journey to 3 different breweries, where you will taste delicious local beer to find the one that best suits you. Sip on the famous Alt beer while enjoying the warm and traditional atmosphere of the breweries. You will meet fellow travelers from around the globe and learn about the breweries and the local brewing culture of Düsseldorf. Taste many other types of beers and play interactive party games with your new friends to break the ice. Enjoy the unique public brewery tour with your friends, families, coworkers, sports team, or even by yourself. 

DüsseldorfCard: Discount Tourist Card

DüsseldorfCard: Discount Tourist Card

Create your own itinerary in Düsseldorf with an affordable city card offering discounts of up to 100% at a host of participating museums and attractions. Enjoy unlimited use of the city's trams and buses, along with all surcharge-free RE, RB and S-Bahn trains within zone B43 of Düsseldorf and surroundings to get from site to site. Benefit from reduced-price entry to a host of exhibitions and avail of leisure facilities included for the duration of your DüsseldorfCard.

Düsseldorf: Guided Tour with a Night Watchman

Düsseldorf: Guided Tour with a Night Watchman

“Hear ye! Hear ye!” As the day draws to a close and the lamps come on in the romantic narrow streets, the Night Watchman will take you on a tour of the historical Altstadt (Old Town). The nightwatchman has all kinds of interesting and saucy tales to tell about local customs and everyday life in the past.

Düsseldorf: Sushi, Sake & Japanese Lifestyle Tour

Düsseldorf: Sushi, Sake & Japanese Lifestyle Tour

Nowhere else in Germany can one get such a great feel for the Japanese way of life as in Düsseldorf. The epicentre of that world is the area around Immermannstraße. This part of town is home not only to the oldest Japanese bookshop outside Japan, but also to many fantastic restaurants. Come with us to discover where to get the best sake, which sushi is the most valuable, and which manga comics are currently trending. Incl.: four culinary samples

Düsseldorf: Little Tokyo Self-Guided Walking Tour

Düsseldorf: Little Tokyo Self-Guided Walking Tour

Get to know Little Tokyo in an exciting way. Start the self-guided tour whenever you like and spend an enjoyable and varied time in this fascinating part of Düsseldorf. The tour takes you through the Japanese part of the Asian-influenced district of Düsseldorf, home to countless sushi and ramen restaurants, as well as bookshops with the best selection of Japanese comics and several supermarkets, as well as a travel agency, hairdressers and dry cleaners. Stroll through the streets and uncover artistically-folded lanterns and a temple gate. Discover the history of Japanese culinary specialties and find out where to feast on them. Encounter Far Eastern lucky charms and Japanese cherry blossoms as you get to know this unique side of Düsseldorf. At the tour stops, there are entertaining tasks to solve and fun questions to answer. Who knows, for example, what the cherry blossom means to Japanese people? It's like being shown Little Tokyo by a good friend. Many anecdotes will enrich your walk through the city. You can start the tour at any time and as often as you like in the browser of a smartphone. On-site or even from the comfort of your sofa. Enjoy your time in Little Tokyo! *** Good to know *** You will receive the link to start the tour in an email directly after booking. Like everywhere else in Germany, all shops in Little Tokyo are closed on Sundays: e.g. all supermarkets, bookshops (Takagi) and also the Manga Mafia shop. However, restaurants and cafés are open, as well as BingGo, which sells tayjaki for consumption on the street.

Düsseldorf: Self-Guided Highlights Scavenger Hunt & Tour

Düsseldorf: Self-Guided Highlights Scavenger Hunt & Tour

Get to know Dusseldorf at your own pace on this interactive scavenger hunt walking tour played on your phone. Decipher riddles, interact with the most important attractions of the city, and unlock interesting facts and legends. An ideal outdoor activity for first time visitors, couples, groups, families, and children. Can be used as a great team-building activity. Download the scavenger hunt tour on your mobile device, open the app, and head to the starting point to begin your city game adventure. Use the mobile app and integrated map to navigate your way around Düsseldorf, visiting 10 of the city's most popular sights along the way. At each stop, learn about the attraction and solve a location-based riddle that can only be solved if you reach the specific location. Use logic, imagination, observation, and team spirit to unlock the correct code and reveal the next destination of the city sightseeing game. At each stop, learn about the attraction and solve a location-based riddle. Use logic, imagination, observation, and team spirit to unlock the correct code and reveal the next destination of the tour. Visit Martin-Luther-Platz, the unique Triton Fountain, and the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf. Continue to the Church of St. Andreas and the St. Lambertus Church. See the Stadterhebungsmonument, Burgplatz, Marktplatz, the Old Town Hall, and the Rheinuferpromenade. Start your walking tour whenever you like and enjoy the flexibility to pause your game at any time to take a break, snap the perfect photos, stop for lunch, or visit a museum. Choose to continue later or save the rest for another day.

Dusseldorf: Old Town & Altbier Tour

Dusseldorf: Old Town & Altbier Tour

Together with your guide, you will take a look behind the scenes of the time-honored and myth-enshrouded provincial capital of North Rhine-Westphalia. See the hotspots of the old town, experience its unique atmosphere, and taste one of its culinary specialties: the famous Düsseldorf Altbier. Your guide will tell you lots of interesting facts about the history of the city and provide you with a crash course in terms of Düsseldorf Platt - the local dialect. Learn about historic buildings, French influences on the city, and secret recipes. You will also, of course, hear about the traditional rivalry with Düsseldorf's neighbor, Cologne. With the perfect combination of information and entertainment, you walk from one highlight to another. Explore locations and stories that mean a lot to the locals. Find out more about poets, painters, and even punk and pop artists who started their careers here.

Düsseldorf: Altstadt Guided Tour

Düsseldorf: Altstadt Guided Tour

Discover the "longest bar in the world" - and much more. Düsseldorf's Altstadt (Old Town) is packed with more than 260 bars, restaurants, cafés, and breweries, along with everything else that adds to the flair of a historically grown city. Join an expert guide on a stroll through the picturesque lanes, take a look behind the scenes and prepare to make surprising discoveries. This is history come to life. Find out, among other things, why the Gothic St. Lambertus church has a twisted tower, how The Rider statue of popular elector Jan Wellem came about, where Heinrich Heine was born, and how tailor Wibbel gained fame. The Burgplatz (square) with the Schlossturm (palace tower) holds great charm. The Schlossturm (palace tower) is the only remnant of the castle built in the 16th century and which was demolished after a fire in the 19th century Burgplatz. The oldest inland navigation museum in Germany has been housed here since 1984. Your tour ticket includes free entrance on the same day. From here, it's a stone's throw to the Rhine embankment Promenade - offering a stunning view of Düsseldorf's skyline and the Oberkassel Rhine banks.

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Düsseldorf: 24-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Ticket

Düsseldorf: 24-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Ticket

Get on board and enjoy the highlights of Düsseldorf! The tour lasts approx. 90 minutes and will take you right around and through the city center of the vibrant metropolis on the Rhine. The modern HopOn HopOff concept allows you to get off at any stop and explore your favorite spots at your own leisure. En route, learn more about each attraction and the history of the city through earphones (ten languages). The stops for the bus tours are: • Königsallee (Kö-Brücke Königsallee/Steinstraße) (first bus leaves at 10 a.m., the last bus at 4 p.m.) • Burgplatz/Altstadt • Rheinturm/Medienhafen (öffentliche Haltestelle: Rheinturm - 1) • Rheinterrasse/Ehrenhof (öffentliche Haltestelle: Rheinterrasse) • Nordpark/Aquazoo (Kaiserswerther Str.) • Kunstakademie/Altstadt (öffentliche Haltestelle: Tonhalle/Ehrenhof - 5) • Main entrance (central library-Konrad-Adenauer-Platz 1) • Königsallee (Kö-Brücke Königsallee/Steinstraße)

Düsseldorf: Altbier-Safari Beer Walking Tour

Düsseldorf: Altbier-Safari Beer Walking Tour

Enjoy authentic Düsseldorf beer culture and lifestyle on this city walking tour. Sample local microbrews and learn about production as your guide takes you through the process. Your tour starts in front of the Schloßturm at Burgplatz in the old town of Düsseldorf. In the Brauerei Kürzer, get an insight into the brewing process and see the "beer barrel which is never empty." Sample the non-pasteurized craft beers with unique flavors you could taste blindfolded. Drink like a local, standing on the street in front of the brewery, and listen as your guide shares stories of the local beer culture. Discover the answers to questions like why you don't have to order a beer in Düsseldorf, why the glasses are so small, and where the longest bar in the world is. Afterward, make new friends and reserve a table at one of the breweries, where your tour will end on a high note.

Düsseldorf: Brewery Tour with Alt Beer Tastings

Düsseldorf: Brewery Tour with Alt Beer Tastings

Experience a fun way to explore the beautiful city and history of Düsseldorf with the renowned brewery tour. Meet your guide and take a trip through the city's most famous breweries such as the im Füchschen, Zum Schlüsse, Brasserie Kürzer, and more. Start the thirst-quenching journey to 3 different breweries, where you will taste delicious local beer to find the one that best suits you. Sip on the famous Alt beer while enjoying the warm and traditional atmosphere of the breweries. You will meet fellow travelers from around the globe and learn about the breweries and the local brewing culture of Düsseldorf. Taste many other types of beers and play interactive party games with your new friends to break the ice. Enjoy the unique public brewery tour with your friends, families, coworkers, sports team, or even by yourself. 

DüsseldorfCard: Discount Tourist Card

DüsseldorfCard: Discount Tourist Card

Create your own itinerary in Düsseldorf with an affordable city card offering discounts of up to 100% at a host of participating museums and attractions. Enjoy unlimited use of the city's trams and buses, along with all surcharge-free RE, RB and S-Bahn trains within zone B43 of Düsseldorf and surroundings to get from site to site. Benefit from reduced-price entry to a host of exhibitions and avail of leisure facilities included for the duration of your DüsseldorfCard.

Düsseldorf: Guided Tour with a Night Watchman

Düsseldorf: Guided Tour with a Night Watchman

“Hear ye! Hear ye!” As the day draws to a close and the lamps come on in the romantic narrow streets, the Night Watchman will take you on a tour of the historical Altstadt (Old Town). The nightwatchman has all kinds of interesting and saucy tales to tell about local customs and everyday life in the past.

Düsseldorf: Sushi, Sake & Japanese Lifestyle Tour

Düsseldorf: Sushi, Sake & Japanese Lifestyle Tour

Nowhere else in Germany can one get such a great feel for the Japanese way of life as in Düsseldorf. The epicentre of that world is the area around Immermannstraße. This part of town is home not only to the oldest Japanese bookshop outside Japan, but also to many fantastic restaurants. Come with us to discover where to get the best sake, which sushi is the most valuable, and which manga comics are currently trending. Incl.: four culinary samples

Düsseldorf: Little Tokyo Self-Guided Walking Tour

Düsseldorf: Little Tokyo Self-Guided Walking Tour

Get to know Little Tokyo in an exciting way. Start the self-guided tour whenever you like and spend an enjoyable and varied time in this fascinating part of Düsseldorf. The tour takes you through the Japanese part of the Asian-influenced district of Düsseldorf, home to countless sushi and ramen restaurants, as well as bookshops with the best selection of Japanese comics and several supermarkets, as well as a travel agency, hairdressers and dry cleaners. Stroll through the streets and uncover artistically-folded lanterns and a temple gate. Discover the history of Japanese culinary specialties and find out where to feast on them. Encounter Far Eastern lucky charms and Japanese cherry blossoms as you get to know this unique side of Düsseldorf. At the tour stops, there are entertaining tasks to solve and fun questions to answer. Who knows, for example, what the cherry blossom means to Japanese people? It's like being shown Little Tokyo by a good friend. Many anecdotes will enrich your walk through the city. You can start the tour at any time and as often as you like in the browser of a smartphone. On-site or even from the comfort of your sofa. Enjoy your time in Little Tokyo! *** Good to know *** You will receive the link to start the tour in an email directly after booking. Like everywhere else in Germany, all shops in Little Tokyo are closed on Sundays: e.g. all supermarkets, bookshops (Takagi) and also the Manga Mafia shop. However, restaurants and cafés are open, as well as BingGo, which sells tayjaki for consumption on the street.

Düsseldorf: Self-Guided Highlights Scavenger Hunt & Tour

Düsseldorf: Self-Guided Highlights Scavenger Hunt & Tour

Get to know Dusseldorf at your own pace on this interactive scavenger hunt walking tour played on your phone. Decipher riddles, interact with the most important attractions of the city, and unlock interesting facts and legends. An ideal outdoor activity for first time visitors, couples, groups, families, and children. Can be used as a great team-building activity. Download the scavenger hunt tour on your mobile device, open the app, and head to the starting point to begin your city game adventure. Use the mobile app and integrated map to navigate your way around Düsseldorf, visiting 10 of the city's most popular sights along the way. At each stop, learn about the attraction and solve a location-based riddle that can only be solved if you reach the specific location. Use logic, imagination, observation, and team spirit to unlock the correct code and reveal the next destination of the city sightseeing game. At each stop, learn about the attraction and solve a location-based riddle. Use logic, imagination, observation, and team spirit to unlock the correct code and reveal the next destination of the tour. Visit Martin-Luther-Platz, the unique Triton Fountain, and the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf. Continue to the Church of St. Andreas and the St. Lambertus Church. See the Stadterhebungsmonument, Burgplatz, Marktplatz, the Old Town Hall, and the Rheinuferpromenade. Start your walking tour whenever you like and enjoy the flexibility to pause your game at any time to take a break, snap the perfect photos, stop for lunch, or visit a museum. Choose to continue later or save the rest for another day.

Dusseldorf: Old Town & Altbier Tour

Dusseldorf: Old Town & Altbier Tour

Together with your guide, you will take a look behind the scenes of the time-honored and myth-enshrouded provincial capital of North Rhine-Westphalia. See the hotspots of the old town, experience its unique atmosphere, and taste one of its culinary specialties: the famous Düsseldorf Altbier. Your guide will tell you lots of interesting facts about the history of the city and provide you with a crash course in terms of Düsseldorf Platt - the local dialect. Learn about historic buildings, French influences on the city, and secret recipes. You will also, of course, hear about the traditional rivalry with Düsseldorf's neighbor, Cologne. With the perfect combination of information and entertainment, you walk from one highlight to another. Explore locations and stories that mean a lot to the locals. Find out more about poets, painters, and even punk and pop artists who started their careers here.

Düsseldorf: Altstadt Guided Tour

Düsseldorf: Altstadt Guided Tour

Discover the "longest bar in the world" - and much more. Düsseldorf's Altstadt (Old Town) is packed with more than 260 bars, restaurants, cafés, and breweries, along with everything else that adds to the flair of a historically grown city. Join an expert guide on a stroll through the picturesque lanes, take a look behind the scenes and prepare to make surprising discoveries. This is history come to life. Find out, among other things, why the Gothic St. Lambertus church has a twisted tower, how The Rider statue of popular elector Jan Wellem came about, where Heinrich Heine was born, and how tailor Wibbel gained fame. The Burgplatz (square) with the Schlossturm (palace tower) holds great charm. The Schlossturm (palace tower) is the only remnant of the castle built in the 16th century and which was demolished after a fire in the 19th century Burgplatz. The oldest inland navigation museum in Germany has been housed here since 1984. Your tour ticket includes free entrance on the same day. From here, it's a stone's throw to the Rhine embankment Promenade - offering a stunning view of Düsseldorf's skyline and the Oberkassel Rhine banks.

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