The old town is located on the Rhine river. There are many historic buildings and many pubs and restaurants. The old town has completely preserved the traditional German residential buildings. The old church here has a strong sense of age. It is a typical German red brick church. This is a good place for a holiday.
"Churches and Cathedrals"
The Wellem, in The Unbound Collection by Hyatt
Living Hotel de Medici
North Rhine-Westphalia is located in western Germany and is the most populous state in Germany and the most densely populated region in Europe. The capital of Dsseldorf, west borders Belgium and the Netherlands.
From the Netherlands, Amsterdam, Utrecht, Arnhem, the line is the ICE Express, direct to Duisburg, Dussel, Cologne, Bonn, Frankfurt and other big cities, expensive but save time.
On Christmas Eve, Dsseldorf's "King's Avenue" decorated with lanterns presents a unique theme world. The little angel market at Heinrich Heine Square exudes the energy of young people. There is a nostalgic stall in front of the historic City Hall and the statue of the Knights of Yang Williams. The small star market in Steinbrcken is full of impressive winter views.
Walking in the cold winter days, how can I have a glass of mulled wine made from white or red grapes? Gluhwein is a German traditional Christmas drink. As early as BC, the Romans prepared wines by adding sugar and various spices to the wine to preserve the wine for a longer period of time and increase the flavor of the wine. Only this winter, which needs warmth, can be enjoyed. A cup of hot wine went down and the cold was dispelled.
More than 230 Christmas stalls and 450 square meters of city ice rink, fun.
Located on the banks of the Rhine, next to the world-famous Ruhr, Dsseldorf is the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia, Europe's most densely populated and economically developed region. It is a German advertising, clothing, exhibition and communications industry. The important city is also the European logistics center city.
There is a quaint, complete preserve of traditional German residential architecture. There are also 13th to 18th century monuments, art academies, and famous pottery museums in the city.
Because we arrived early, there is no one in the streets of the old town, and the neighborhood that the world is affectionately called "the longest bar in the world": Bolker Street, Kurze Street and Andreas Street, it also ends the eve of the night, the whole The city is very quiet~