Hotel am Vogelsanger Weg

Vogelsanger Weg 36, Dusseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, 40470, Germany
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Weekend activities for a large group of guys

by carlitoab

I am going to Dusseldorf on the last weekend of July with a large group of male friends and was wondering about what activities there are, and of course, the nightlife.

Does anyone know if there is an outdoor waterpark, or something else outdoors that would keep a group occupied for the day?

Also, what is the nightlife like? We will be staying in the Old Town, or at least near it, so we want to have a typical Germany experience!

Thanks.

RE: Weekend activities for a large group of guys

by qaminari

Not exactly outdoors but maybe this is the sort of thing you are after, as far as waterparks are concerned? http://www.freizeitbad.de/en/parks/de/duesselstrand.php
Otherwise it's a bit of a way to Waterworld near Wuppertal..

RE: Weekend activities for a large group of guys

by PaulKirk

It's some time since I've been but I can't believe the Altstadt has changed much. It's a popular drinking destination for Germans. It's packed with bars and there's such a range that you'll find the ones that suit you. The local beer is Alt. It's dark and an acquired taste. Try it. There's plenty of other beers available if you don't like it. There's plenty of food available in stalls so you can eat on the hoof or cafes and restaurants if you want something more. If the White bear's still going it's a great Heavy Metal bar. Find the Loffel bar and try the special schnapps served in a big spoon. Don't know about clubs and discos as I'm in the Anti Disco league. As for the day out the German trains do special weekend tickets that are very cheap as long as you don't use the expresses. So even if the Waterpark near Wuppertal is some way it should be cheap to get to. Or ride the train to Cologne and take in another city.

Travel Tips for Düsseldorf

Cartwheeling

by Sjalen

There is an old tradition of wheeling in the city (no idea if they were famous wainwrights here or what) and these days cartwheeling is still done by children in the street, usually to collect money for some charity. Outside the Uerige brewpub is this "Radschläger" sculpture to further emphasise this tradition and if anyone can tell me how it all started or why it is so big in Düsseldorf, feel free :)

It's Fresh!

by IceBear7 about Früchtehaus am Zoo

This wonderful shop has been open since 1902, and since 1949 in todays location, the 5th generation of the same family operate it these days and offer really fresh fruit and vegetable and flowers. Doors are always wide open so it's hard to pass by without buying anything.Very friendly staff, they know their regular customers! more than in the supermarket but it's worth it

Nippon-Kan - Japanese Restaurant

by matjung about Nippon-Kan

Dusseldorf is the "japanese capital" in Germany and with so many japanese living here,
there are also some unique japanese restaurants.
The Nippon-Kan is neighter a Sushi Restaurant nor a noodle soup house, and still a japanese restaurant. Tempura

St Lamberts Church

by Ewingjr98

St Lamberts was built in the 1200s and was reconstructed in 1394. It is famous for its twisted spire... according to legend, the tower was built while the wood was wet and as the wood dried, its shape changed. Look for this great, old church near the marktplatz, along the Rhine River.

I have only been here for a...

by sharonn

I have only been here for a couple of months and have mainly explored surrounding areas by car as it has been raining (as if they get a monsoon season) so hopefully when the weather is more friendly I shall explore further.
I like the fact that this part of Germany is very clean. The people here are very friendly and big sausage eaters!!

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