Discover Düsseldorf’s Historic Old Town
Take a tour of Düsseldorf’s historic heart taking in the architecture, culture and cuisine.
Discover some of the most beautiful churches in Düsseldorf, such as the churches of Sankt Andreas, Sankt Maximilian or the Sankt Lambertus Basilica with its unique tower.
For culture lovers, the K20 Museum for modern and contemporary art of the North Rhine-Westphalia Art Collection is particularly worth a visit. Amongst its many works are pieces by Picasso, Matisse and Klee, among others.
The interactive film museum offers hands-on art: from the revolution of the moving image to the special effects of 21st century blockbusters, you can experience film history up close.
Culinary Delights And Nightlife In Düsseldorf’s Old Town
Whether pub or café, snack bar or restaurant, in the old town you will find culinary delights at any time of the day. Enjoy international dishes from Argentinian steak to Lebanese mäsa. If you prefer something rustic, you have a good selection of traditional Rhenish cuisine including the typical Düsseldorf Alt beer.
Fans of the Rhenish specialty will get their money’s worth on a Düsseldorf brewery tour. Among the best known are certainly the Füchschen Alt and the Uerige Alt.
The Longest Bar In The World
Although Düsseldorf’s old town is one of the city’s smallest districts it is one of the most important hubs in terms of leisure, culture and history. Both locals and visitors appreciate the district for its shopping opportunities and gastronomy that is second to none. With over 300 bars, the old town has definitely earned its nickname as the “longest bar in the world”. Clayton Hotel Düsseldorf is centrally located, just a short walk from the old town.