Hotel Villa Oberkassel Düsseldorf
Just minutes away from the exhibition grounds, airport and downtown Dusseldorf is located the Hotel Villa Oberkassel. Experience Düsseldorf's lifestyle with his multi-faceted locations. The 10 guest rooms are lovingly and individually furnished and offer ...
Düsseldorf is the capital of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and is located directly on the Rhine. The city is considered a major economic metropolis. There are many listed companies, and there are several ports available. 22 Universities prepare young people for their profession. The traditional Düsseldorf carnival, which takes place on the streets, in the houses and in the halls, is legendary. There are important exhibitions held throughout the year, which is why the city is set up for frequent visitors.
A comfortable accommodation in the city
Hotels in every category, from simple to luxurious, are home to countless visitors. This is not only a business traveler, but also private individuals come here to visit the vibrant city. The grandiose traffic network is among the strongest in the world. This starts at the Düsseldorf airport and ends with the car-sharing. Many motorways, federal roads and other traffic routes surround the urban area. The rail transport is also worth mentioning. In the same way, there is a local transport system with a dense road and urban railway network. If you are not traveling by car you will find the best conditions to get from one point to another in a different way.The special attractions
For the strolling one is best to the Düsseldorf "Kö", which is actually Königsallee but is well-known with the abbreviation. It should be brought to the shop some time. Here, a luxury business is lined up. Special attention is given to fashion. The noble mile is divided by the city moat in the middle, which is lined with trees. An evening walk is also worthwhile. Many residential streets are still illuminated with historical gas lanterns, which gives them a romantic atmosphere. In the Old Town of Düsseldorf, there are not only numerous listed buildings. An infinite number of quaint pubs and historic restaurants invite you to an old-world beer in the so-called "longest bar in the world". The picturesque Rhine river promenade follows the old town.Other interesting highlights
There are several churches in Düsseldorf, all of which are worth seeing. The Catholic parish church of St. Matthew in the Garath district was built between 1968 and 1970 and therefore stands out from the others. It is regarded as a parade example for modern church architecture. Dusseldorf is also referred to as the "Gartenstadt", as parks and public green spaces are located in a large number. The Märchenbrunnen in the Hofgarten was presented in 1904 at the International Horticultural Exhibition in the Duesseldorf Kunstpalast. The parks, castles and manor houses of the city are now largely open to the public. The Unterbacher See has emerged due to excavator excavations and is regarded as a popular recreation location. The well-known Düsseldorf wheel-breaking is an old tradition, which is why there are the wheel-racket fountains on the castle square and the sculpture "Pylon" by Max Kratz in front of the airport building.