The popular city guide for expats & business travellers

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Upcoming events include the delicious France Festival and the exciting Open Source Festival. And, of course, the highly impressive Funfair is approaching rapidly.

Helping expats’ lives be a little easier. Amazing Dusseldorf is designed to help expats and all foreign newcomers find what they need and to make life as a resident easier. We sincerely hope we are succeeding in our goal for you.


France Festival

Every year early to mid July, Dusseldorf celebrates its amicable relations to "La Grande Nation" with the the Düsseldorfer France Festival. On or around Bastille Day it’s time for Düsseldorf to say say "Vive la France!" with French culinary specialities and amusements.



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Millions of visitors flock to the funfair to enjoy new and traditional funfair rides, roller coasters, carousels and to partake of tasty foods and beverages. Police and protection associations help to ensure safety but traffic restrictions are high and roads are impacted locally.



A view inside the fashion emporia Breuninger in Düsseldorf
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Breuninger brings together fashion, accessories, shoes, beauty and cuisine across a sales area of more than 15,000 square metres. The department store offers a most magnificent shopping experience to discerning customers in the Kö-Bogen, an impressive downtown location.


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Club News in Düsseldorf

Club news reveals the dates of events arranged by international clubs in Düsseldorf as we hear of them. They include organisations for the British, Americans, Japanese, French and more. Offering a variety of activities, several also organise meetings open to non members.

Finnlines to Helsinki

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Looking for an exciting Springtime or Easter trip? Vibrant Helsinki awaits with open arms and delightful atmosphere. And instead of flying try a different route. What better way is there to visit than taking a calm trip with Finnlines and experiencing more delights along the way?


MBA Studies


The part-time MBA in General Management of Düsseldorf Business School is primarily designed for participants who have not yet graduated with a degree. The 2016 English language MBA offers studies during evenings and on Saturdays on the university campus in Düsseldorf.


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Luegallee & Oberkassel

Always a desirable neighbourhood, Oberkassel is in high demand. The first group of people living here include some who played football on quiet residential streets. Others came later because it was pretty and relaxed, nowadays since its fashionable and sought after.

Plane, Flight, Airport

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Düsseldorf Airport is the third largest airport in Germany after Frankfurt and Munich. During recent years it has gained importance as a hub for intercontinental flights and is only ten minutes or so by taxi from downtown.


Airport Getaway

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Düsseldorf Airport offers easy access to the city via taxi and bus as well as access the rail network via the Sky Train, the suspended monorail. A mere ten kilometres from downtown, getting to and from this easy airport couldn't be better.


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