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Flights to Düsseldorf (DUS)

A flight to Düsseldorf provides a fascinating peek at Germany’s main attractions: bustling streets, exciting nightlife, and impressive architectural developments.

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You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, teenagers, children, and infants.

Each adult passenger can bring one infant.

Children traveling alone or in a different cabin class from their parents are considered Unaccompanied Minors and must pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.

  • You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW), children, and infants.
  • Each adult or OFW passenger can bring one infant.
  • All OFWs must submit the required documents to receive the tax exemption.
  • Children traveling alone, or in a different cabin class from their parents, are considered Unaccompanied Minors and must pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.
  • You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs), teenagers, children, and infants.
  • Each adult or OFW passenger can bring one infant.
  • All OFWs must submit the required documents to receive the tax exemption.
  • Children traveling alone, or in a different cabin class from their parents, are considered Unaccompanied Minors and must pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.
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Flights to Düsseldorf

Düsseldorf is a business and finance powerhouse, attracting as many blue-chip companies as it does trade fairs. But if that makes the city sound staid and boring and puts you off booking a flight to Düsseldorf, think again.

It’s certainly an affluent city, exemplified by the boutiques and high-end hotels that line Königsallee. Yet such economic prowess has resulted in a city that bankrolls its culture: there are more than 100 art galleries and 26 museums, plus landscaped parks, concert halls, and an opera house.

Perhaps that’s why pioneering musical acts such as Kraftwerk are synonymous with Düsseldorf; there is certainly a feeling on those Old Town harbor streets that creativity is to be celebrated and nurtured.

Many cultural attractions can be found in the Old Town, or Altstadt, an area best explored on foot. In fact, you could easily spend a few hours wandering around this fascinating neighborhood or strolling along the Rheinuferpromenade, a walkway that connects it with the MedienHafen harbor area, creating a literal and figurative pathway between the old and new.

All of which makes Düsseldorf something of a pleasant surprise for those who come for a trade fair and find themselves with a few hours to spare. With its Michelin-starred restaurants, fashionable cafes and lounges, quality hotels, and impeccable transport links, most people who come to the city for business end up returning for fun.

What to do in Düsseldorf

See the Old Town

It’s incredible to think that Altstadt isn’t actually that old at all—it was ruined during the Second World War and completely rebuilt. But it’s still a wonderfully atmospheric square kilometer full of lounges and restaurants, as well as home to a lot of Düsseldorf’s cultural attractions, including museums, an opera house, and various theaters.

Forum Freies Theater
Jahnstraße 3
40215
+49 211 876 7870

Visit art museums

It might have been founded and funded by commerce, but Düsseldorf has more than 100 museums and is one of the most artistic cities in Germany. Start at the magnificent Museum Kunstpalast, which has five museums under one roof offering everything from international touring exhibitions to contemporary photography and glasswork.

Museum Kunstpalast
Ehrenhof 4-5
40479
+49 211 5664 2100

Walk the Rheinuferpromenade

Düsseldorf was built on a river, but it wasn’t until a main road was submerged under its banks in the late 20th century that promenading along the Rhine became a real tourist attraction. Linking Altstadt to MedienHafen, the Rheinuferpromenade is lined with cafes and lounges, and it's the perfect place to watch Düsseldorf life go by.

Altstadt
40213
+49 211 172 020

Where to eat in Düsseldorf

The Victorian (European)

The most centrally located of Düsseldorf’s Michelin-starred restaurants, the Victorian is versatile; it also boasts a bistro for those with less expensive tastes. Matthias Hein’s seasonal menu includes a range of expertly cooked dishes "from sea to field," served in an elegant dining room.

Königstraße 3a
40212
+49 211 865 5011

Berens Am Kai (European)

If you’re staying at Hyatt Regency at the Harbour, you could eat at its fine Dox restaurant, or you could stroll across the water to Berens Am Kai, a buzzy place offering modern and classic menus. Both are brilliantly designed by Holger Berens, although the atmospheric setting and wonderful views are reason enough to visit.

Kaistraße 16
40221
+49 211 300 6750

Ginseng (Korean)

This authentic Korean restaurant is perfect for a quick afternoon stop, and all the lunch dishes come with soup and spring rolls. It’s usually packed with a mix of tourists, locals, and Korean expats. Try the galbi-tang (short rib soup) or sundubu jjigae (tofu stew).

Oststraße 63
40210
+49 211 1754 3599

Places to stay in Düsseldorf

Steigenberger Parkhotel Düsseldorf

Königsallee 1a: it doesn’t get more central in Düsseldorf than this. But the Steigenberger Parkhotel is more than just convenient; this is a grand building offering classic refinement in 130 spacious rooms and suites. Ask for a room with a view of the park.

Königsallee 1a
40212
+49 9558 9854

Stage 47

A stylish boutique hotel with just 27 rooms that shares its grand building with Düsseldorf’s Savoy Theatre and Atelier Kino cinema, Stage 47 is perfect for the cultural tourist. Each of the luxurious rooms is dedicated to a different German actor, while the modern fabrics and furnishings offer a sense of both fashion and comfort.

Graf-Adolf- Straße 47
40210
+49 211 388 030

Hyatt Regency Düsseldorf

Hotel chains are not always known for their individuality, but Hyatt Regency Düsseldorf is a unique design hotel in a contemporary building overlooking the water in Düsseldorf’s MedienHafen. The 303 rooms and suites are both modern and elegant.

Speditionstraße 19
40221
+49 211 9134 1234

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