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Second hand bicycle

by Douya

As my mountain bike was stolen in Hauptbahnof, I plan to buy a new one to continue the exploration of the Rhein borders and Dusseldorf's region.

But for city trip, I would like to find an old bicycle I can leave anywhere in the evening, without having to return home by foot.

Are there some places/shops where I can find/buy a second hand bike in Dusseldorf or around ?

Thanks

PS: If you would also recommand a good bike shop to get a nice mountain bike, I also take ! Thanks :-)

RE: Second hand bicycle

by pieter_jan_v

Work you way down from the Dusseldorf Yellow Pages. They include websites (if available) and local maps with the shop locations. See:

http://nuernberg.gelbeseiten-regional.de/yp/quickSearch.yp?direction=regional&taoid=00040030000000006010420312841750000003&subject=Fahrrad&location=Dsseldorf&at=yp&bcList=ST_


PJ

RE: RE: Second hand bicycle

by Douya

Hi PJ,

Lot of thanks for your answer.
For mountainbike shop some collegues recommanded me a small one in Bilk.

But still I'm looking for second hand bike and it is hard to extract this information from the yellow pages.
Are there in Germany the equivalent of the french "Emmaus" where some unemployed people collect and restore old and unwanted stuffs, including bike ?

Aurelie

RE: RE: Second hand bicycle

by pieter_jan_v

Contact VT-member Sabsi. She's the expert on Dusseldorf. I hope she's around.

You could look in the Yellow pages at: Gebrauchwaren or something like that.

PJ

RE: RE: Second hand bicycle

by jonedorf

Hi

I'm in the same position as you were in January - after an old bike id Dusseldorf - but only have a day to track one down. Did you have any luck finding one and can you point me in the right direction. Thx for any help you can provide

Travel Tips for Düsseldorf

Düsseldorfer Karneval

by elbe

The area around Düsseldorf and Cologne is the only area in Germany where you can find the "real" carnival - street-carnival.
It starts on "Altweiber", the Thursday before "Rosenmontag" and "Veilchendienstag". On this day women take on masks and costumes to look like old women. And they are allowed to cut off the mens ties.
On Sunday are the "Veedelszöch", the carnival-processions of the quarters. The big processions of Düsseldorf and Cologne are on Monday, Mönchengladbachs "Veilchendienstagszug" is on Tuesday. The participants of the carnival-processions throw candies and other things for the people along the streets. Especially in Cologne nearly everyone wear a costume, but also in Düsseldorf and Mönchengladbach you should at least wear a special make-up.
Karnival is in February, but the exact date is always different.
http://www.karneval.de/

Atmos-beer

by Sjalen about Schluessel

Sabsi's favourite Alt had to be tried and tested and did not disappoint although different altogether from our first session in Uerige. What fascinated me about this place was the size of it. Yet another of those huge German beer halls with a fantastic ambiance whether by the table with the couple in love, or the one with the company birthday party. This place is not to be missed! Anything.

The Beer The Beer!

by SwanCarlos about Füchschen

This is a stop that is a cultural gem of Duesseldorf. Old, warm and inviting I felt immediatley at rest and ready to eat - and drink - once we sat down. The waiter - who was from Austria - upon our request placed three simple tumblers of the fantastic local Alt beer on our table and never allowed my uncovered glass to see an empty moment before he was back with a new glass and more Alt. Check out the "Vomit-mode" in the men's bathroom. Evidently they have had their share of fraternity gatherings. I wanted to keep it simple so I ordered the Fried Wurst. A lovely and unimposing pork sausage with gravy and potato salad was place in front of me in no time. I also ordered the Red Cabbage. The Wurst was delicious as well as the potato salad, which were both very filling. The Red cabbage however was a little to soupy for my taste and I will probably order the Saurkraut next time.

I am most interested in returning and trying the enormous Pork Knuckle I saw a guy eating at another table.

Rhine Tower

by leafmcgowan

Dusseldorf's Rhine Tower
Stromstraße 20 (Unterbilk) * Dusseldorf, Germany
http://www.duesseldorf-tourismus.de/

The Rhine Tower is a 240.5 meter high concrete telecommunication tower in Düsseldorf, Germany, capital of the federal state (Bundesland) of North Rhine-Westphalia. It was built from 1979 - 1982. It's architect was Horst H. Deilmann. It's total height is (incl. aerial): 234,20 m; with a Tower base of a diameter roughly 17,40 m. The tower is supported by 260 concrete pillars (11 m each) reaching through the Rhine pebbles into the subsoil. Atop the needle is a revolving restaurant. The port holes on the tower form the world's largest decimal clock. From top to bottom, vertically arranged yellow lights - separated by horizontal red ones - show decades of hours, single hours, decades of minutes, single minutes, decades of seconds and single seconds being called a Lichtzeitpegel (light time level) and making it the biggest digital clock in the world. The Rheinturm carries aerials for directional radio, FM and TV transmitters. It stands 174.5 meters, houses a revolving restaurant and an observation deck, at a height of 170 meters. It is the tallest building in Düsseldorf.

Old Jesuit Church

by DanielF

This is the most beautiful Barroque church in Düsseldorf. It was modelled after the typical churches of Bavaria. for this reason, it looks a bit out of place in this Rhineland city with Prussian influence.

The church is also known as Saint Andrew's.

Jan-Willem, that guy who let erect a statue in his own honour on the Marquet Square, is buried here with his vanity as only companion for eternity.

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