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Αεροπορικά Εισιτήρια Dusseldorf

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Flights from Greece to Dusseldorf

Düsseldorf is a cosmopolitan metropolis of Germany, with stunning architecture, vibrant nightlife and an art scene that can only be compared to the world’s greatest. Whether you’re a theatre and opera fan, shopping and fashion follower or party animal and looking for your next destination, search for cheap air tickets to Düsseldorf and you’ll be in the right place. Charming Düsseldorf, stretching across the Rhine, though not as wealthy as its neighbour Cologne, is indeed a Mecca of art, quality and fun way of living. Book your flights and accommodation in Düsseldorf and enjoy!

Πληροφορίες για Dusseldorf

Düsseldorf is the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia. The city is located across River Rhine, with five bridges spanning the river and linking one side to another. Düsseldorf started out as a farming settlement, but over the years knew a tremendous boom. What once was a small village, now is a radiant capital of fashion and advertisement and a very popular travel destination.

The Academy of Fine Arts was founded in Düsseldorf in 1777, a fact that decisively defined the character and future of the city!

Countless art exhibitions, fashion shows and music scenes in Düsseldorf attract thousands of visitors annually, who cannot wait to come back again and again. Would you like to be one of them?


The airport of Düsseldorf (Flughafen Düsseldorf) is located 7 kilometres north of Düsseldorf and is accessible by train and bus.

Getting around Dusseldorf

You can get around Düsseldorf using the city’s metro, tram and bus networks. Fares start from 1.50€ and minimum taxi fare costs 5.50€.

Dusseldorf. Airports
Dusseldorf has 1 main airports.

Dusseldorf Guide

Your day in Düsseldorf begins at the Altstadt, the Old Town of the city. Around that area, you will have the chance to visit some of the city’s most notable sites and points of attraction:

  • The Renaissance city hall (Rathaus) and the Basilica of Saint Lambert

  • The Film Museum of Düsseldorf (Filmmuseum), founded in 1993 and offering a magical trip into the world of cinema and film technology, through interactive exhibitions, archive collections and many more exciting events.

  • The K21 Museum, one of the three branches of the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen cultural centre, the other two being the K20 Museum in Gabberplatz and the Schema Haus in Carlsplatz.

    These three art galleries boast excellent collections of 20th and 21st century art and fine examples of the world’s greatest art movements, from expressionism, cubism, surrealism to abstract art; works by German and international artists are included.

  • The Kunstpalast Museum, one of Düsseldorf’s world-class museums you should by all means visit. More than 100,000 works of art from every field of what we consider as Fine Arts are exhibited in this fantastic museum; painting, design, sculpture, photography and decorative arts, from the Classical Antiquity to our modern era.
Around 250 traditional buildings of the Altstadt have been restored and now house little cafes and idyllic bars and restaurants. No wonder Düsseldorf is often referred to as “the world’s largest bar”!

Your next stop is outside the city centre, at the Schloss Benrath, a magnificent Rococo palace with elegant gardens. Its two wings house the Museum of Landscape Architecture and a Natural History museum. The Schloss Jägerhof, a second Rococo palace in the region, is the seat of the Goethe Museums, dedicated to the life and work of this extraordinary genius.

Walking across the Rhine to the South, you will come across the Rheinturm; this is the monumental TV tower you’ve been seeing dominating Düsseldorf’s skyline all this time! The tower is open to the public and commands breathtaking views from its top. If you’re hungry, you can even have dinner at the revolving restaurant of the tower’s top.

The official language of Düsseldorf is German. English and French are also widely spoken.

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