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In the capital city of North Rhine-Westphalia, ‘boredom’ is a foreign word. Duesseldorf has countless opportunities, offering something different for every taste: a city tour through the state parliament (“Landtag”), a Fortuna Duesseldorf game or a visit to the unbelievably beautiful River Rhein Promenade. Why not book a boat ride and journey down the river Rhine on a party boat? The River Rhine beach will give you that summer feeling! Travelling by coach to Duesseldorf is particularly popular with people who like to go on spontaneous trips and discover new cities. When you arrive on Koenigstrasse, just follow the crowds and you’ll automatically be led to the centre of the city, where there are many shopping opportunities. Here you will see first-hand the award-winning and distinctive Duesseldorf quality of life. Take a coach to Duesseldorf and see for yourself!
The capital city on the River Rhine is a popular destination for our bus passengers: the old town of Duesseldorf boasts many wonderful attractions such as the Church of St. Andreas or the gothic style St. Lambertus Church. Architectural fanatics can discover the exciting buildings in the stylish Duesseldorf “Media Port,” where one should stroll down the famous Koenigs alley or the Rive Rhine promenade.
Many different cultural events are always taking place in this bustling city. The art scene as well as the architecture has an outstanding reputation in and around Duesseldorf. The traditional Duesseldorf theatre dates back to the 16th Century where the first plays were performed. Today in 21st Century, your coach will bring you directly to Duesseldorf where you can experience a play of your choice – traditional, modern or perhaps even a musical? Whether it’s the art collection of North Rhine-Westphalia, the Stiftung Museum Kunstpalast or the Hetjens Museum – there are many of opportunities for fans of classical and contemporary art in Duesseldorf.
For those of you travelling by coach to Duesseldorf, the opportunities to explore the city centre at night are endless. The well-known ‘Old Town’ is the perfect location to find many pubs – very fitting to its nickname: “the longest bar in the world.” The most popular and well known are the quaint Altbier bars, the Fuechschen brewery and the Schumacher brewery – so you’ll definitely have the chance to taste the local beer. In addition to this there is also a wide selection of different bars and restaurants all withiin close proximity of each other. So if you want to party with your friends then Duesseldorf is the place for you. Recently, however, the Old Town of Duesseldorf has had some competition with the so-called “Media Port” – here you’ll find numerous local clubs where well known artists frequently perform.
The countless streets and alleyways full of shops and boutiques in Duesseldorf will invite you to shop til you drop! For example, Flinger Strasse is one of the busiest shopping streets in the whole of Germany. With over 10,000 passer-by’s in just one hour, you can imagine why so many people shop in Duesseldorf. The bargain and low cost shopping malls, frequently holding large sales, make it almost impossible for our bus travelers to not leave without finding a bargain. Of course, the first bargain of all being your bus travel. So deciding to choose bus travel to Duesseldorf will save you not only time and money but will also mean that you will arrive relaxed and ready to shop shop shop!
The city is most well known and famous for its football division ‘Duesseldorf Fortuna.’ But the Esprit arena is not only for football fans – the Esprit arena is a large multi-purpose hall that hosts many different events and concerts which may also be a single reason to book your bus travel to Duesseldorf.
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