City magazines for Düsseldorf
If you would like to know where to go for a good party, a nice restaurant, a concert, an exhibition or what's played in the theatre of Düsseldorf, buy the latest PRINZ. In this magazine you find nearly everything for a nice day or evening. Issues are also offerd for following cities/ ares: Berlin, Bremen, Cologne, Dresden, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hannover, Munich, Nürnberg, Ruhrgebiet, Stuttgart
Also Überblick is a city magazine which can be quite interesting for you. There are special editions like "Düsseldorf geht aus" in which you find for example the categories pubs, restaurants, clubs, discos, breakfast, Biergärten etc. and "Düsseldorf kauft ein" in which every kind of shops are described. Here's the link to the Düsseldorf page of PRINZ:
and the one of the Überblick:
I found this sign outside a large stadium in Dusseldorf. Apparently, after soccer games, when the visiting fans leave, sometimes they leave "gifts" in the nearby woods for the home team.... making this sign necessary!!!! LOL
Small Underground Subway Line
In Düsseldorf, there is a small U-Bahn line that is an underground subway. I took it once from the Koenigsallee area back to the Hauptbahnhof. It was a quick ride -- definitely shorter and easier than walking!
This bar on the grounds of an old railway station doesn't look too fancy from the outside but it is one of the most popular places in Düsseldorf. Along with nice wines they serve very tasty pasta dishes here! Bruschetta and Pasta Arrabbiata
Hetjens Museum - German Museum of Ceramics
Twinned with the Film Museum next door Hetjens is the only museum in Germany devoted entirely to ceramics, and covers and astonishing amount of time and space, with over eight thousand years of history and exhibits from the Americas, Europe, the Middle East and many other places. The prize of the collection is a huge 17th century cupola from Pakistan, but there are over 20,000 pieces in the collection in total.
Late opening on Wednesdays until 9pm.
Entry: €3.00 adults.