A city - two rivers. The Düssel gave her the name, the Rhine the meaning. The former fishing village at the estuary of the idyllic Düssel in the Rhine looks back to more than 800 years of moving history. Counts and Electors shaped the history of today's metropolis. Goethe's visit left traces in "Poetry and Truth", Napoleon's visit the nickname of "Little Paris". The poet Heinrich Heine praised his birthplace, she was "very beautiful".
... is Düsseldorf International: Germany's third-largest airport. From here 77 airlines operate 180 destinations worldwide. From all major European cities, you can reach Düsseldorf in just one hour.
The Messe Düsseldorf hosts more than 40 international trade fairs a year, of which 23 are global industry leaders.
... Düsseldorf is a successful combination of Rhenish joy and cosmopolitan charm combined with an abundance of sights and attractions.
Düsseldorf - A city invites you to be discovered and experienced!