In true Düsseldorf Jeck (nutty) style, the carnival Rosenmontag (Rose Monday) procession cancelled due to the storm will be held on March 13, which is a Sunday.
Those with a loved one in Düsseldorf may wish to remember Valentine’s Day and check out a great place to go out for dinner on Sunday.
Burlesque, the current show in Roncalli’s Apollo Varieté offers a delightful opportunity to experience vaudeville with a Valentine’s Day special.
Everything international business professionals and foreign residents need to know about life in Düsseldorf is available under Expat Life. Or discover more about the wonderful state capital of NRW, the region and the locals under The Location. Find out what’s on and what could be enjoyed on Düsseldorf’s extensive cultural timetable under Things to Do.
The best place to discover more about Düsseldorf is the Stadtmuseum. The oldest museum in the city reveals the history, tradition, culture and arts of the both the state capital and the region. Besides its impressive collection, temporary themed exhibitions are a joy to experience.
Far more than just theatre; artistry and dance, music and laughter speak a language that every international guest can understand. Apollo offers an extraordinary show & dine experience. Located directly on the bank of the Rhine, Roncalli’s Apollo Varieté is an ideal attraction for all audiences.More...
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The International School of Düsseldorf, ISD, offers international families an environment of understanding and first class education. Their caring, well-qualified staff members are quick to integrate children from across the globe to this rather special place of learning.More...
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The city became known as the garden city in the 18th century when Johann Wilhelm II, Elector of Palatinate, chose Düsseldorf as his royal capital. Today, residents can enjoy several beautiful parks, gardens and green spaces, especially when the crocusses bloom in spring.
Many examples of street art can be found tucked away in residential side streets and more openly on house frontages or bridges. Kiefernstrasse is an exciting street to visit. In Düsseldorf, graffiti has outlived its day and property or vehicles are less defaced in most places.More...