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A city of business, sophistication and cosmopolitanism, Düsseldorf also boasts a big nightlife scene and hosts one of the most important carnivals in Europe.
With the Rhine river flowing through it, one of the city’s distinguishing characteristics are the three groups of buildings located in the modern, busy port zone, designed by Frank Gehry, the architect behind the Bilbao Guggenheim Museum. The buildings are a marvel of asymmetry and movement, and lend an air of expressionism to an area that reflects the famous film M- The Vampire of Düsseldorf, by German expressionist Fritz Lang. The Altstadt, or Old Town, is the most famous neighbourhood, which you too could visit with one of our cheap flights to Düsseldorf. Composed of narrow alleys and old, low-slung houses, the area is known as the ‘best bar in the world’ due to its large concentration of bars and nightclubs. Wednesday nights see the Rattingerstrasse street bursting with people drinking al fresco. Its main square, the Burgplatz, located on the banks of the Rhine, is the ideal place to sit and enjoy a glass of Altbier, the city’s trademark high gravity beer. If you enjoy shopping (or are able to limit yourself to some window-shopping), don’t miss a stroll down Königsallee, the most famous road in Düsseldorf, lined with shops selling the world’s finest and most exclusive brands. Lovers of all things Asian will feel right at home here, as the city has the largest Japanese population in Europe and boasts Europe’s largest Japanese garden, the Benrath Palace located in the Nordpark park.
If fancy dress is your thing, don’t miss out on one of our cheap flights to Düsseldorf for carnival, which is so renowned in Düsseldorf that it shares its carnival participation delegation with Puerto de la Cruz in Tenerife. Rest assured that with or without fancy dress, Düsseldorf will put on a great show for you.
Thinking about travelling to Düsseldorf? With Iberia it couldn't be easier. If you take a flight to this beautiful city, you'll find pleasant summers with some cloud cover and long, very cold and windy winters with mainly cloudy days.
Naturally, the fastest and most convenient way to visit Düsseldorf is to fly with Iberia and land at Düsseldorf International Airport, which with 17 million passengers a year is Germany's third busiest aerodrome.
Besides, this airport has the added luxury of its own train station (Düsseldorf Flughafen) and underground station (Düsseldorf Flughafen Terminal / S-Bahnhof). At the train station situated a few kilometres north-east of the airport you can take the SkyTrain monorail to the airport terminals. The journey takes five minutes.
With regard to the local cuisine, this city boasts great delicacies and is noted in particular for its cakes and rich variety of fruit-studded bread.