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Segway City Tour in Dusseldorf
"Start your tour through Düsseldorf at one of the most iconic locations in the City – the Rheinturm. This 240 meter high TV and communications tower is not only one of the tallest structures in Germany but also an integral part of the Düsseldorf skyline. There’s a parking lot right next to it so you’re welcome to arrive by car – and find a parking space. Begin with our local Tour Guide by learning how to control your Segway. Have ample time to safely learn how to drive steer and stop the vehicle then head out to the Landtag the state parliament which is right next door. From here
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30 Minutes Segway Tour in Düsseldorf
"Your segway tour Dusseldorf begins with a detailed driving instructions by an experienced guide. Our tour guides have years of experience in the training and give you a safe feeling. You learn to ascend and descend on our tour of license dealing you can then at any time borrow a Segway and explore the area alone."""Experience the feel of a Segway and join us on our little tour through the surrounding of Dusseldorf.title=Highlights&1=Dusseldorf+Segway+tour&2=Cruise+through+the+city+on+a+30-minute+sightseeing+tour+with+a+guide&3=Check+out+attractions+around+the+Old+Town+and+K6nigsallee&4=Great+way+to+get+oriented+with+the+city"""Düsseldorf
From EUR29.00
 
1 Hour Segway Tour in Düsseldorf
"The tour starts in the old town then performs the Apollo Theater and the Parliament over to the harbour. See the famous Königsallee shopping district. With the licenses they have issued from the tour Segway driver's license you can then at any time borrow a Segway and explore the area alone."""Experience the feel of a Segway and join us on our 1 hour tour through Dusseldorf.title=Highlights&1=Dusseldorf+Segway+tour&2=Cruise+through+the+city+on+a+60-minute+sightseeing+tour+with+a+guide&3=Check+out+attractions+around+the+Old+Town+and+K6nigsallee&4=Great+way+to+get+oriented+with+the+city""
From EUR49.00

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Food and Drink

Altbier is the local brew of the Lower Rhine and Dueselldorf in particular It has a dark, coppery hue and is brewed using a top-fermenting yeast. It is almost sweet (amlmost) to my taste and I am...
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Traditions

This is actually a local custom for Hannover but since I’ve never been there and was introduced to it by Hanover transplant Sabsi who now resides in Düsseldorf I’ll put it here. She thoughtfully gave...
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Useful Information

The big tower is telling the time. I must admit I didn't quite get the explanation about how the time should be read, but the main guidelines are: the first vertical row of lights (starting from the...
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Karneval

In carnival (which is BIG in this part of Germany!!) people in Düsseldorf don't shout 'Alaaf' (that's in Cologne!) but 'Helau' ... Be prepared to get drunk and dirty when going into Düsseldorf's old...
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Visit the museum Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen (Grabbeplatz 5). There are many beautiful paintings of the modern arts artists, like Dali, Kadinsky, Miró, Ernst, Lichtenstein, Mondrian and Picasso,...
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Japanese Düsseldorf

Düsseldorf often is called „Klein-Tokyo am Rhein" which means Little-Tokyo at the Rhine. The first Japanese in Düsseldorf was registered in 1905. Today Düsseldorf is home and place of employment for...
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Traffic

Düsseldorf is the only German city I know where traffic lights not just have green and red lights but also an orange light. And that makes the crossing quiete interesting - for German circumstances...
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Rivalry between Düsseldorf and Cologne

There is a rivalry between the two neighbors on the Rhine River, Düsseldorf and Cologne, that is clearly evident in beer distribution. Although Düsseldorf is only about 30 minutes away from Cologne by...
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WC (Water Closet) is Designation for Rest Rooms

In Germany, you won't see signs for rest rooms. Instead, look for signs for WC which stands for Water Closet. Be sure to note that Herren refers to men and Damen refers to women.Also, it is a good...
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Sarcastic Köbes (waiters) in Altbier pubs

It is a Düsseldorf tradition for the Köbes (waiters) in the Altbier pubs to be somewhat sarcastic. It is done in a fun, lighthearted way -- and it adds to the atmosphere. I encountered a little bit of...
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Christmas market

Germany is well-known for its Christmas markets. Every year, thousands of people come to Germany around Christmas time to visit them.Of course, Duesseldorf has its own Christmas markets. From around...
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Christmas Markets

Christmas time is wonderful in Düsseldorf, there are Christmas markets all over the city center. You get lots of food, sweets, hot drinks with a tiny little bit of alcool in it (you only notice after...
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Arts

Düsseldorf is a city of arts.There is an important arts university, there have been famous painters here in the past (Klee, Beuys), and there is an exciting contemporary arts scene today (Immendorf)....
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Night of the Museums

This year I attended the night of the museums for the first time, and I really loved it! You buy a ticket for 11 Euro and with that you have free entry to many many museums and galleries and you are...
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Top Hotels in Düsseldorf

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Karl-Arnold-Platz 5, Dusseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, 40474, Germany
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Muensterstrasse 230 - 238, Dusseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, 40470, Germany
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Volmerswerther Strasse 35, Dusseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, 40221, Germany
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Adersstrasse 65, Dusseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, 40215, Germany
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Graf-Adolf-Strasse 60, Dusseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, 40210, Germany
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Hammer Strasse 25, Medienhafen, Dusseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, 40219, Germany
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Top Things to Do in Düsseldorf

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Old Town - Altstadt

Germany is a great country but there is one very bizarre thing that few of the natives want to talk about. If you’re not a white person, the nightlife in most major cities can be very hostile. In...
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Rheinturm

Düsseldorf's slightly surreal municipal Rheinturm, towers above the city like an electric blue funnel standing on a stretched stem in a similar mould to Berlin's Fernsehturm. The tower was completed...
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Königsallee - Kö

Not being into high-end shopping, luxury hotels or being a fashion victim, wandering Koningsallee didn't much appeal to me. Nevertheless, I did appreciate the way master builder Huschberger managed,...
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Rhine - Rhein

After the war, in 1946, Düsseldorf was granted the status as state capital of the newly created region of North Rhine-Westphalia. The state parliament would meet at the Ständehaus, on the other side...
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St. Lambertus Church

This is probably the oldest building still standing in Duesseldorf and thus, for me, by far the most interesting. I had to cut my visit to its interior short because an unexpected Mass began (I think...
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Benrath Palace - Schloss Benrath

Benrath Palace consist of 3 main buildings (museums) and a huge park - garden with a lake. The museums are of European Garden History, Corps de Logis, and Museum of Natural History. I visited only the...
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Top 5 Düsseldorf Writers

sabsi

"Die längste Theke der Welt and ... My new hometown"
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antistar

"Düsseldorf in the Snow"
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IceBear7

"Home!"
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sandysmith

"Designer Dusseldorf"
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wilde13

"Düsseldorf"
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