The city's old Renaissance-style town hall.
Redesigned by Oswald Mathias Ungers in 2001, the Museum Kunstpalast is situated in the centre of Dusseldorf, directly on the river Rhine. Since its re-opening, the museum has achieved international fame with numerous high-caliber exhibitions, including MIRO, DALI, WARHOL, CARAVAGGIO, EL GRECO AND MODERNISM and GURSKY. The Museum Kunstpalast collections are also highly regarded worldwide. These...
This medieval church is the architectural highlight of Old Town.
This neighborhood is known for its concentration of Art Nouveau architecture.
In 1961, the Federal State of North Rhine-Westphalia acquired altogether 88 works by Paul Klee, which form the foundation of the museum’s collection. Celebrated in 1986 was the inauguration of the newly-constructed building of the Kunstsammlung am Grabbeplatz, with its characteristic black granite façade. Working in the tradition of Arne Jacobsen, the Copenhagen architectural office of a...
This promenade includes restaurants, bars and cafeterias, you can find there boats for having a trip on the river Rhein, just walk around the river or do jogging / roller blades or find a green area to sit down and relax.
No street reflects the city's well-to-do reputation more than the wide array of upscale stores and restaurants on Knigstrasse.