Düsseldorf is full of surprises and unexpected attractions and one of Europe’s art and fashion capitals. The city’s historic centre, the ‘Old Town’, is known as the ‘Longest Bar in the World’ with its 260 bars and restaurants in under a square mile. The combination of old-town charm and cosmopolitan centre make Düsseldorf a must-see destination. It’s young, stylish, and alive.
Cologne is known for its open-mindedness and tolerance – which is why people love visiting this city of one million on the Rhine River. Around the famous Cologne Cathedral, Germany’s biggest tourist attractions, lies a center of art, shopping, theatres, and great night life. Roman and Medieval buildings and artifacts all over the city are vivid reminders of Cologne’s 2,000-year history and create a fascinating atmosphere.
Bonn is a true hidden gem among German cities. Historic and yet modern, the city has a unique energy and charm to spare. With its incredible variety of cultural institution and venues, there is something for everyone. With its massive collections of arts and culture, Bonn continues to fascinate visitors from all over the world.
Duisburg’s evolution from industrial city to a destination for leisure and cultural travel is remarkable. The wealth of undiscovered outdoor and cultural attractions makes Duisburg a treasure for any visitor.