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Dusseldorf City Holidays

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Located by the River Rhine is a city that inspires modern thinking and creative brilliance and this is why cheap holidays to Düsseldorf are fast making it the must visit destination in Germany.

Plus, every July the city is transformed as millions of people descend on Düsseldorf for the Größte Kirmes am Rhein (Largest Fair on the Rhine). So, great value breaks to Düsseldorf with Jet2holidays at this time of year will give you a chance to experience the city in full carnival mode.

Admiring the Architecture and Culture

The blend of Bavarian design with contemporary thinking has made the aesthetic beauty of the city quite eye-catching and it is easy to see why it is such an influential fashion city. Yet for all the fashion shows and museums, Düsseldorf is characterised by its leading financial sector.

This financial heritage has inspired many of the crisp contemporary-designed buildings with large glass panels that stand shoulder to shoulder with the more traditional architecture. It is quite easy to lose a day, strolling through the streets and admiring this architecture on holiday in Düsseldorf.

One of the best ways to absorb all of this beauty on a cheap holiday in Düsseldorf is on a boat trip down the River Rhine. As you cruise along you will take in many of the iconic sites like the recently developed Media Harbour, Konigsallee and the Old Town. When the boat trip is over, you can always grab a bit to eat and chill on the river banks watching the world go by.

Shopping, Theatre and The World’s Longest Bar

With cheap holidays in Düsseldorf being a real lifestyle experience you’d expect to find plenty of entertainment and it doesn’t disappoint.

The Konigsallee is where you will find your shopping heaven with all kinds of shops and boutiques squeezed into this famous part of the city. Then there is the Schadow Arkaden, if the Konigsalle isn’t enough for you.

For your evening entertainment choose between the German Opera House and any of the other numerous theatres or museums. For something a little more fast-paced you need to head to the Altstadt, which is the old town.

Here you will find 260 cosy bars nestled together to create, what is celebrated as, the world’s longest bar. Serving traditional German ales, you can have your very own festival on a city break in Düsseldorf.

Clubs also play a big part in the late-night scene in the city. On a cheap holiday in Düsseldorf, all musical tastes are taken care of.

Get Ready to Party

It is estimated that there are 600 carnivals in the city each year, so there is never a bad time to go on a cheap holiday to Düsseldorf. This constant flow of carnivals and festivals ensures that the place is always alive with people and entertainment.

Cheap holidays in Düsseldorf are a real lifestyle experience from the eye-catching architecture to the array of carnivals, there are numerous experiences waiting to be discovered.

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With over 300 bars packed into half a square kilometre you will be spoilt for choice. One good optin would be to visit the Uerige bar. A craft brewery with a warm welcome, superb décor and a great atmosphere. Take a seat at one of the benches and try some of the many beers on offer and there is the chance to sample some local delights as well.

Food and drink

Düsseldorf’s Old Town (Altstadt) is known as ‘the longest bar in the world’, because there are over 300 bars packed into half a square kilometre. While you’re there, you should also try the locally brewed altbier.


The Königsallee (King’s Alley) is a tree-lined avenue complemented by upmarket designer boutiques. For famous brands with less eye-popping price tags, Schadowstrasse features many malls and department stores.


Standing 174m high, the Rhine Tower is the tallest building in Düsseldorf and houses the world’s largest digital clock. The tower marks the start of the Media Harbour, with the K21 modern art gallery nearby.

Getting around

As a bustling metropolis, Düsseldorf is supplemented with its U-Bahn (underground) and S-Bahn (rail) services. Conveniently, you’ll only need a Düsseldorf Welcome Card to see most of the city’s main sights.

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Where is it?

Situated in the region of North Rhine-Westphalia, Düsseldorf is a mere 30 miles north of Cologne and is a stone’s throw from the Belgian border. Its airport is only seven kilometres from Downtown Düsseldorf.

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