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Dusseldorf Guide

Tips for First-Time Travellers Booking an Airfare to Düsseldorf

Prepare to Dress Smartly

Not only is Düsseldorf one of the wealthiest cities in Europe, but it’s also one of the most fashionable. Even if you’re looking for flights to Düsseldorf, you might not know about the dress code. There’s still a bit of an unwritten rule about what you can wear into most buildings. You’ll notice employees and locals in their smart attire as soon as you land at Düsseldorf International Airport (DUS). Whether you’re headed out to a restaurant for lunch or to one of the malls for an afternoon of shopping, make sure you’re not wearing shorts, slip-slops or vests.

Make the Most of the Free Art

Düsseldorf is home to some of the most sought-after art in the world. Many art lovers from all around the globe keep their eye out for cheap flights to Düsseldorf just so that they can explore the world-famous classic and modern art on display. Many of the museums, with their innovative architecture, stand tall as works of art themselves. If you’ve already booked your flights to Düsseldorf, make sure you take some time to visit museums such as the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Classic Remise Düsseldorf and the home of the classics, the Museum Kunstpalast.

Look for the Tower

Düsseldorf can be quite tough to navigate. If you don’t have clear sight of the Rhine river, it’s tough to know which way you’re heading. All you need to do is look out for the Rheinturm - the tall, iconic TV tower in the middle of the city centre. You should be able to spot the tower as you come in to land at Düsseldorf International Airport (DUS). Although this is a great failsafe, it’s best to print a map (or download the region to your Google Maps application) before you board your cheap flights to Düsseldorf.

Tokyo Away from Home

Düsseldorf is home to the third-largest Japanese population outside of Japan itself. If you’re thinking about booking flights to Düsseldorf and you think your itinerary might have a gap, make sure you head to the Schadowstrasse neighbourhood for some of the most delicious Japanese food in Europe. Some of the restaurants in the area can get quite busy, so consider booking a table as soon as you’ve booked your return flights to Düsseldorf.

Major Events and Festivals

Fischmarkt Düsseldorf

Once a month, the locals in Düsseldorf come together on the banks of the Rhine river to enjoy the Fischmarkt (Fish Market). Here, you’ll find delicious local and organic goods on sale at more than 90 stalls. If you’ve booked your return flights to Düsseldorf anytime over April, May and June, make sure you keep your eye out for the Fischmarkt.


Love cycling? You’ll love Cyclingworld. Every year, people find and book flights to Düsseldorf to attend the Cyclingworld event. This event hosts more 180 exhibitors, showing the best of what modern cycling gear has to offer. This event usually takes place between April and May, so if this is something that interests you, and you’re looking for cheap flights to Düsseldorf, make sure you check the dates of the Cyclingworld festival before you book. Tickets are usually around €15, with kids under 12 getting free entry.

Night of the Museums

Düsseldorf International Airport (DUS) sees many visitors step off their flights to Düsseldorf just to explore the rich culture that the city has to offer. The city is peppered with museums and galleries that house modern art and ancient relics from all around the world. Night of the Museums happens in April every year. It’s a night of wonder, when all of the museums and galleries around the city open their doors to the public to explore for free. Not only do the museums and galleries keep their doors open, but the city’s restaurants and bars also stay open late. It’s an evening well worth booking flights to Düsseldorf for.

Landmarks and Monuments You Can’t Miss When Travelling to Dusseldorf

The Elegant Avenue Kö

Dusseldorf is known for its magnificent array of shops and boutiques. So much so, that some European visitors book return flights to Düsseldorf just for a quick shopping trip. The opulent city has some of the finest boutiques and concept stores in all of Europe. Königsallee Street is Düsseldorf's most extravagant shopping road. The locals have taken to calling it "Kö". Often compared to the iconic Avenue Montaigne in Paris, Kö sees thousands of shoppers every day, exploring the beautiful boutiques, luxury shops and art galleries.

Old Town Düsseldorf

Düsseldorf is often referred to as ‘The Pearl of the Rhine’ because of its modern buildings and beautiful city centre. That said, a lot of people book their flights to the iconic city to explore its historic side. Old Town (Altstadt) is clean and well preserved, with some of the buildings dating back to World War I. The old city offers an incredible experience and should definitely be included as one of your reasons to find cheap flights to Düsseldorf.