Dusseldorf

The favourite city guide for expats, internationals & business travellers

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Welcome to Düsseldorf and Amazing Dusseldorf, the English language guide with all that’s needed to assist expats and internationals living or working in the city.

To assist expats, local authorities and businesses, the first eBook for Düsseldorf is now published, much of the content relevant to expats in Ruhr. If demand requires, a version for the Ruhr Metropolis could be released.. Enjoy over 50 pages of new articles, excerpts from the eGuide plus a few personal stories. Free to download and available to share, no sign up required.

Lovely Triena and Sina from Crafters are hosting their fourth Craft Beer Festival the first weekend of July. Over 80 brands of craft beer, 5 local bands playing live music and several food trucks will sooth the palates and delight the senses of expats and nationals alike. An impressive list of international micro breweries lined up to attend promises a terrific response. More about this and other activities on the Happenings article.

The ISR International School on the Rhine is offering their popular Summer school again this year. This excellent opportunity for children and their parents is available for one, two or the full three weeks from July 2. ISR students and non-students from kindergarten through grade 8 are welcome.

The Next Düsseldorf Clean Up takes place on July 7. The international community has adopted the official annual “Dreck Weg” concept and offers continuity to those residents who wish to volunteer.

Finally, the Düsseldorf weekly original movie update reveals new releases and ongoing films of many genres in English and other languages. Those reading from the Ruhr Metropolis will be pleased to know a weekly update of movies in many Ruhr cinemas is available there too. Enjoy!

 

Cartwheeling Tournament

This fascinating event has been held annually in Düsseldorf since the mid nineteen hundreds. Traditionally performed openly on the streets by children as a sign of happiness and joy, the symbol has long been adopted by the city. The display delights spactators along the beautiful promenade of the Rhine.

France Festival

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© Destination Düsseldorf

Every year early to mid July, Dusseldorf celebrates its amicable relations to "La Grande Nation". On or around Bastille Day it’s time for socalled "Petit Paris" to say "Vive la France!". The France Festival in the state capital offers French culinary specialities accompanied by amusements and music.

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Happenings in Düsseldorf

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© Crafters / Craft Beer Festival

In Düsseldorf every now and then something special takes place. Such activities can vary from a concert, vernisage or celebrations to mark an opening, a spontaneous pop up or a small one off event. The community loves happenings such as Expat Entrepreneurs or Educating Rita from the English Theatre Düsseldorf.

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Funfair in Düsseldorf

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River, cruise boat and funfair in background
© Amazing Capitals / DeiaGreg

Millions of visitors flock to the Düsseldorf funfair to enjoy new and traditional funfair rides, roller coasters, carousels and to partake of tasty foods and beverages. The largest funfair on the Rhine takes place in the district of Oberkassel along the shoreline of the river Rhine directly opposite the old town.

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OV Movies and Films in Düsseldorf

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© Amazing Capitals / Greg

Original language movies in Düsseldorf 20-27.6: English: Ocean's 8, The Rider, Love Simon, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Wonder Woman, Hereditary, On Chesil Beach, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Hostiles, Swimming with Men, Solo: A Star Wars Story, Deadpool 2, Lady Bird, Avengers, You Were Never Really Here. Plus F, J, R.

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Expat Service Desk

The Expat Service Desk offers initial information concerning living and working within the city of Düsseldorf and the county of Mettmann. This official organisation bundles information, networks and institutions. Gain comprehensive support from us on official procedures and aspects of everyday life.

Essentials and the new eBook

© Amazing Capitals / DeiaGreg

When moving to a new home in Germany, a few regulations need to be followed. Germany has rules for everything and, as they say, if it isn't regulated then it's not permitted. A few insights and relevant information are packaged in the new eBook. Designed especially to assist the transition to a new home in Düsseldorf.

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ISR Summer School

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Children playing tug-o-war at the ISR International School Rhine
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The ISR International School on the Rhine is again offering a Summer School during 2018. This is an opportunity for ISR students and non-students from kindergarten through grade 8 to participate in a unique experience in an international multilingual school environment which is both educational and fun.

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City Clean Up

© Thomas de Groote

Trash. A global human phenomenon at home in Düsseldorf too. Unfortunately. It is a fact that local authorities are cash strapped, their coffers drained. Düsseldorf has had a balanced budget for many years and the price is at times challenging. Private initiatives can pick up the slack and one such example is the annual clean up day.

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International School of Düsseldorf

Cartwheel sculpture of the ISD international school düsseldorf
© ISD

Choosing a school for your child is a big undertaking and one of the most important factors in relocating. The ISD fully understands this and welcomes you and your child in a truly international community which supports positive and cooperative working relationships between students, teachers and parents.

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Society & Folk

Anyone who has experienced the hospitality offered by German society knows how peaceful the place is. This country and the folk here have changed much over recent years and people are much more laid back, friendly and humerous than first meets the eye.

Neuss Düsseldorfer Häfen

Harbour scene with barge docked in Düsseldorf
© Neuss Düsseldorfer Häfen

The company's intelligent world of logistics offers cleverly combined services at ports in Neuss and Düsseldorf, Krefeld and Cologne. Beyond ports and waterways, rail haulage enables Neuss Düsseldorfer Häfen to offer a trimodal combination of efficient and low impact forms of transportation of goods.

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Germans

© Amazing Capitals / DeiaGreg

Germans can sometimes be hard to meet, except perhaps at work. A high percentage live in single-person households. Nearly everyone is able and normally willing to speak at least some English. A somewhat private folk, they perhaps need a nudge or a drink to do so.

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Sleeping Over

© Amazing Capitals / Greg

Dusseldorf boasts wide range and a large selection of hotels. Five at the top of the range, some twenty four star hotels, business and three star establishments as well as small and cosy guesthouses. Caution is required during the city’s many international trade fairs when inquiries can reveal a full house.

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State Sights

© Oliver Franke / Tourismus NRW e.V.

Great historical events have shaped NRW and many monuments preserve their memory. Besides the cathedral in Cologne, the Hermann Monument and the burial site of Charlemagne in Aachen, many castles, cathedrals and smaller monuments can be found across the state.

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