When it was built in 1804, the 'Kö', as it is affectionately known to locals, was situated in a slightly ... More
When it was built in 1804, the 'Kö', as it is affectionately known to locals, was situated in a slightly run-down area on the edge of the city. As Dusseldorf grew, the street became more central and things really took off after a face-lift at the start of the 20th century. An underground station was opened, the pavements were widened and the street lamps, kiosks and telephone boxes were restored. Nowadays the boulevard is Dusseldorf's number one shopping street and has enhanced the city's reputation as being one of Europe's major fashion centres, but has also lent it a reputation for being somewhat snobbish.
K�nigsallee is the most expensive shopping street in Duesseldorf. Here you'll find stores like Gucci, Hugo Boss, etc.. You will also find nice but expensive restaurants, bars and discos. If you are richer than average you really should go there, you'll love this place and can spend a lot of money for clothes etc. K�nigsalle is located directly next to a small city river with some real nice looking bridges. It's also a nice place if you just want to walk around a little. There are some nice shops for more "normal" people as well. Go to the KULT2 store, it's a real stylish clothing store for younger people, they have everything, clothes in all pricing categories. The Spanish shop "ZARA" is also very nice for young people and not that expensive. Another real nice store is "KOOKAI", they have very special clothes for women and girls, a little more expensive, but very special. At night you should go to the club "Nachtresidenz", which is one of the top locations of Duesseldorf. It is located at the end of the K�nigsallee.
The Holiday Inn Express Dusseldorf North is situated just 10 minutes' drive from Dusseldorf Airport in a leafy business district.
The hotel is a five minute walk from major banks and the ARAG Tower, and a short drive from ...
Founded in 1987, Mahn und Gedenkstätte,l documents the persecution of Jews, communists and gypsies in Dusseldorf during the Nazi era.
The building in the old town used to be a prison for political prisoners before being taken over by ...
This spacious park features both tranquil surroundings and marvelous view of Dusseldorf's cityscape. The area is perfect for jogging, skating,
picnicking and more. The city's summer carnival takes place here.