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Radisson Blu Scandinavia, Dusseldorf
Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel in Dusseldorf is by the river Rhine and in the heart of the city, easily accessible from the Dusseldorf International Airport which is just 5 kilometres and a 10-minute taxi ride away. The city centre is 3 km away, whil...
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Dusseldorf

Dusseldorf's elegant side is typified by the upmarket Koenigsallee shopping street, while the Gehry buildings in Media Harbour represent modern Dusseldorf.

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Dusseldorf

There are more than 260 bars and restaurants in the old quarter, plenty of opportunity for sampling Dusseldorf's top-fermented altbier and seeing how the people of the Rheinland have a good time. With outstanding museums, theatres, concert halls and galleries, Dusseldorf also has an international reputation as a centre for art and culture.

The old quarter has quaint passageways, old churches, traditional brewpubs, bars and restaurants. Dusseldorf's attractive riverside promenade runs alongside the old quarter to the Media Harbour, which world-class architects such as Frank Gehry have transformed into an architectural showcase.

The Aquazoo and Loebbecke Museum was the first institution in Germany to combine a natural history museum and zoo. It contains a science exhibition, aquarium, terrarium and insectariums, as well as the Loebbecke Collection (approximately 250,000 molluscs). The museum is involved in various projects relating to the preservation of species and natural habitats, animal geography, behavioural biology and reproduction. Helping to conserve endangered species is one of the tasks of the Aquazoo, along with the scientific documentation of the collection. Guided tours, special workshops, events and holiday programmes for children are available on request.

The Dusseldorf Film Museum,Myth and magic, fun and suspense, illusion and idols, tricks and dreams, cult and culture, film is all this and more. The film museum offers a kaleidoscope of film history.

The Hetjens Museum, was established in 1909, based on a bequest by Laurenz Heinrich Hetjens. The collection of ceramics, earthenware and porcelain etc. has grown over the years to encompass more than 20,000 exhibits. This is the only museum in the world to show the universal history of ceramics from its origins to the present day.

The Hofgarten Gardens, with the rococo Jaegerhof Palace, are the city's green lungs. The extensive Bilk Rhine Park with the 234-metre Rhine tower sprawls along the southern bank of the Rhine. The River Dussel, which gave the city its name, snakes through South Park.



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