Düsseldorf consists of 49 districts. Each of them is fascinating, a microcosm of its own with shops, restaurants, markets, parks and cultural attractions.
Media harbour – a central landmark of the city. Renowned architects such as Frank O. Gehry, David Chipperfield and Claude Vasconi have made the media harbour the number one address for connoisseurs of architecture from around the world.
Meeting centres are important for the community life of a city. Often these are the central buildings of a religious community.
A city reflects its history through its statues and sculptures, commemorating important persons of city history or displaying the zeitgeist of an era.
No doubt the attraction of a city is also judged by the cultural and leisure opportunities it offers.
The citizens of Düsseldorf are as colourful and varied as their city. It is the people that make a city what it is. The city is a mirror of the people who live there.