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The Rhein is just to the right of this, really!!The Rhein is just to the right of this, really!!

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inside rock climbing centers

by solecf

Hello again,
iam trying to find some climbing center over there but i dont find anything on the web... well, iam looking in english... maybe in german there is something
does anybody knows if there is a climbing center in dusseldorf?
can someone recommend me a good (but not mad expensive) gym in the city?
thanks *:)

RE: inside rock climbing centers

by abalada

The following sites list 3 for Düsseldorf, 2 with links.
http://www.alpenverein.de/template_loader.php?tplpage_id=156&plz=40

RE: inside rock climbing centers

by IceBear7

hola,

there are a couple of indoor climbing places around düsseldorf, the nicest is the Klettermassiv in Heerdt (www.klettermassiv.de).

Let me know once you're here, we can have a climb together ;-)

and there are lots and lots of gyms, depends on your preferences.

see you soon in düsseldorf

stef

Travel Tips for Düsseldorf

The Düsseldorfer landmark: The "Radschläger"

by elbe

In the Middle Ages boys begged for money by doing cartwheels. The "Radschläger" is still a Düsseldorfer symbol which you can buy as a marzipan-"Radschläger" or find as a figure on a fountain (at the Burgplatz). Since 1971 there's a "Radschläger"-competion every year in summer on the Königsalle on which also girls can take part.
Since 1981 also Düsseldorfs English partnercity Reading owns a "Radschläger"-Monument.

Altstadt (old part of downtown...

by Krumel

Altstadt (old part of downtown Düsseldorf)
The Düsseldorf nightlife concentrates mainly around the pedestrianised old part of the city. Bolkerstrasse with its many bars, breweries, cafes, nightclubs, restaurants and fast-food outlets is also called the longest bar in the world. One look at the picture will tell you why. The favourite passtime in Düsseldorf is either to sit outside a pub in Bolkerstrasse and check out everybody walking past, or to walk past the people sitting outside a pub in Bolkerstrasse and get yourself checked out.

Currywurst Heaven

by sabsi about Curry

A fancy chain of bars that serve variations of Currywurst with Chips, including the 'mayonaise of the month' A normal Currywurst with normal Chips and extra Aioli sauce and the view of the Gehry Buildings please!

Spee'scher Gaben

by antistar

Just behind the Stadtmuseum is one of Düsseldorf's many pretty little parks. The Spee's Graben was spectacularly transformed one day of my visit by a sudden and unexpected flurry of snow, allowing me to snap the photograph shown here. The gardens themselves actually form part of the fortifications of the "Marie Amalie" Bastion, and were once a ditch, hence the name "graben" which means ditch in German. The ditch was transformed into a park in 1834 by Maximilan Friedrich Weyhe, but part of the old fortifications remain in the form of a wall, which can be seen on the right of the photograph.

Neuer Zollhof

by antistar

The Neuer Zollhof (New Customshouse) is such a fantastically outlandish piece of office architecture it has to be my favourite set of buildings in the whole city, and one of my all-time favourites. The imaginative work by world famous American architect Frank O. Gehry (Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao) is just so photogenic, and fits in perfectly with the other works of forward thinking architecture in the Media Harbour. The buildings themselves, three office towers even more crooked than the spire of St. Lambertus in Düsseldorf's Alte Stadt, are made of three different materials, with the central aluminium plated one being the most striking.

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