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    5 Reasons To Visit and Stay in Dusseldorf

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    Creative neighbourhoods, international restaurants, long promenades, beautiful beaches, spacious meadows, and parks: Düsseldorf has everything a visitor's heart desires. Here's our top 5 reasons to visit the city:

    1. Colourful Street Art in Kiefernstraße

    Chic Düsseldorf is famous for its fabulous fashion industry and its art scene. If you love street art, then put a visit Kiefernstraße on your list. Here, street art adorns entire houses - crafted by squatters looking to immortalise themselves in the 80s - and makes for some Instagrammable travel memories. Today, an eclectic blend of white-collar professionals and punks from around 40 different nations live here which adds a different vibrancy, but nowadays with a rental contract.

    2. Refresh Yourself at the Longest Bar in the World

    Düsseldorf's old town on the east bank of the Rhine is well worth a visit... and smack bang in the middle, you'll find the "longest bar in the world". Don't be fooled though, it's not actually one long bar, but a string of lively bars and pubs around Bolkerstraße. There is always something going on here and it's a great way to mingle with the locals. When in town, why not order the typical Alt beer and pair with local cheese and a cumin and rye sandwich (Halve Hahn) or try Killepitsch - a herbal liqueur that originated right here in Düsseldorf.

    3. Shopping at the Concept Store “Vaseline”

    If you’ve a taste for the eclectic, extravagant jewellery, wacky decorative items, and other treasures can be found at Vintage Galerie Vaseline. Located in the middle of the old town, this Düsseldorf institution opened 20 years ago and adds a very special touch to the shopping landscape. If you're looking for a one-of-a-kind souvenir, this is the place to browse and while away the hours.

    4. Strolling Along the Paradise Beach “Paradiesstrand”

    Paradiesstrand, not far from Düsseldorf's main harbour, offers a refreshing change from the city lights. The fine sandy natural beach - complete with funky beach bars - gives a Caribbean-esque feeling, even in winter, and the view of the Düsseldorf skyline from Paradiesstrand is a real highlight. We recommend renting a bike or walking along the promenade and exploring the impressive landscape.

    5. Japan Feeling at the Japanese Quarter “Little Tokio”

    Konichiwa! If you want to experience a taste of Japanese lifestyle in the middle of Germany, the district around Immermannstraße known as Little Tokyo is where you want to be. Here you can stroll through Japanese bookstores and typical small stores and supermarkets or visit one of the countless authentic Japanese restaurants for authentic ramen, sushi, kimchi, or Japanese baked goods.

    A stay at Adina Hotel Dusseldorf puts you right in the centre of the city and super-close to all the attractions. This apartment-style hotel offers you the opportunity to combine independence and comfort with our friendly hospitality. If you are planning a visit to Dusseldorf, take advantage of our hotel opening offer.