The favourite guide for expats & business travellers

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Besides current English and other original language movies many museums offer exhibitions. April is just around the corner with several big spectator events coming up such as the Musems Night and the Metro Group Marathon. And, of course there’s Easter.

The comprehensive Amazing Dusseldorf expat guide for the state capital of NRW features specially selected articles that view life from the standpoint of expats and business visitors. Düsseldorf is international, friendly and offers a high quality of life to its residents.


Hetjens Museum

The ceramic museum in the Altstadt covers 8,000 years of history. Uniting over 20.000 pieces from every continent, works range from early Anatolian vessels dating around 6,000 BC to antique vases, Italian majolica, picture tiles, East Asian porcelain and contemporary ceramics.

OV Movies and Films in Düsseldorf


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"Insurgent" and "Kingsman: The Secret Service" are still popular in the original English version in Cinestar. Filmkunstkinos has a copy of "Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 2", hopefully as good as the first. "A Most Violent Year" and a few other films in English and French with subtitles are also screening.


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The greatest fun while swimming can be had in the Freizeitbad Düsselstrand in the Kettwiger Strasse. And with its many original art deco elements from 1902, the refurbished Münster Therme on the Münsterstrasse offers an unusual and unique atmosphere.


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Whilst most believe in the Easter bunny, some enjoy eating chocolate Easter eggs, while others love to colour real ones. They can be hollowed out or previously boiled. In Germany there is a long-standing ritual of hiding eggs for children to search out.


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Taxi in Düsseldorf

Taxis in Germany are modern and clean, mostly Mercedes and always beige. They also offer fairly good value for money with most drivers excelling in their professionalism, knowledge, politeness and friendliness. Call any of three numbers for a taxi.

Public Transport

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Courtesy of the Rheinbahn, public transport in Düsseldorf is efficient so waiting is generally kept to a minimum. A densely woven network of subway, trams and buses reveals an opportunity to alight on virtually every corner of one of the most compact cosmopolitan cities in Europe.


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