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Car rental Düsseldorf

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Car hire Düsseldorf

Car rental Düsseldorf

Dusseldorf is located in northwestern Germany, near the river Rhine, is the state capital of Nordhrein-Westphalia.The city has nearly 600,000 inhabitants, and is also geographically linked to the huge industrial Ruhr area.

Next to that is a major business center in this part of Germany, the Cologne also known as an important city of art – and there are a number of galleries and art museums.Art Academy in Dusseldorf was founded in 1762 and had its heyday in 1830 – and 1840-years as a hotbed of the so-called “Düsseldorfer School” in European painting.

Among the main attractions, otherwise we rococo castle Benrath (built between 1755 and 1770), which is just outside the center. Mention must also be the historic district Kaiserswerth, located in northern central area – on the banks of the Rhine – and as such includes the ruins of the German-Roman Emperor Friederich Barbarossa medieval fortress (1100) and a number of old baroque buildings.

The old central district of Altstadt is also a popular destination. Besides being able to present some interesting, old architecture (including several churches), this section of Düsseldorf also offers a lively nightlife. Altstadt is often called “the world’s longest bar counter” because of the more than 300 bars and beer lounge located close together here. The shopping opportunities are excellent, especially in the famous shopping street Königsallee (often shortened to Kö).

The largest airport, Düsseldorf International Airport , which is one of Germany’s busiest airport, located 9 miles north of downtown.