Ranked number six on Forbes list of ‘8 European Cities Offering The Best Quality Of Life In The World’, I’m here to tell you why Dusseldorf, Germany is indeed a fantastic place to call home!
While it’s difficult to sum up a city in just a few minutes, I found this video by a trivago colleague very on point.
Looking for suggestions on restaurants, bars and attractions from locals? Look no further, because we’ve rounded up some of our favorite weekend hangout spots around town!
Hosting one of Europe’s largest Japanese communities, Dusseldorf offers visitors an authentic Asian culinary experience. We even have an entire street (Oststraße) with nothing but Korean, Japanese and Chinese restaurants- hailing thousands of visitors each day. For those looking to give Korean a try, definitely check out Bibimcup! For those looking for authentic Japanese restaurants in the area, see restaurant recommendations by New York Times’ own Giulia Pines. Bibimcup is perfect for vegans and vegetarians or anyone looking for affordable dining options.
„Jeder Mensch ist ein Kunstler“ – Joseph Beuys
Rheinufer Promenade –
Where the city meets the river. The Rhine embankment is a great place to meet friends for a long stroll along the river or for a waterfront picnic at sunset.