Düsseldorf comes alive with various events during May. Hofgarten Concerts and Jazz Rally combine with Christopher Street Day and Japan Day. Meanwhile, the English and other original language movies are on cinema screens too.
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A varied and illustrious array of artists and groups perform on Sunday mornings offering audiences anything from jazz and pop to folk music, classical and choirs. Every year from May to September, musicians perform for up to an hour from 11am onwards.
Taking place on a Saturday, an explosion of impressive events and activities are staged in the old town and along the promenade throughout the day and into the evening. Most visitors to the Japan Day remain till after dark to watch the renowned beauty of the stunning Japanese firework display.More...
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The variety of sports activities available In Düsseldorf surprising. Rain or shine, summer or winter, it's possible to spend time keeping active. Whether football, athletics, swimming or otherwise, sports clubs are a large part of German culture and joining a club the norm.
Bringing a pet is relatively easy, however, dogs need to be registered when they accompany a family relocating to Düsseldorf. Owners may then take their pet virtually anywhere including out to dinner. Dogs need to be micro chipped, vaccined and licensed.More...
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Looking at the skyline from one of the bridges that cross the Rhine, Dusseldorf may at first seem rather modest. However fine sights abound with street art, Germany's first skyscraper, the stunning theatre house, the Königsallee hive of luxury and "the longest bar in the world".
New structures in the harbour have been erected in a rather eclectic and hapazard way to reveal a modern and lively and diverse mix of businesses interspersed with an increasing number of residential properties. Some older buildings have been renovated or extended.More...