Dusseldorf is the capital of the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia and we have a number of Dusseldorf budget hotels designed for those who want to visit the city without breaking the bank.
There are a number of landmarks in the city and perhaps the hardest to miss is the Rhine Tower; a 790ft tall telecommunications tower. Take a trip to the observatory decks for the best views of Dusseldorf. Other landmarks and monuments in the city include The Rider statue, the beautiful Johanneskirche church building and Grone Jong fountain.
There are more than a dozen museums in Dusseldorf. Those who appreciate art and sculpture will love the Kunstsammlung Nordrehein-Westfalen and the city is also home to the Dusseldorf Film Museum.
Shop till you drop in Dusseldorf, a city that is home to what is widely considered Germany’s “most exclusive kilometre” in the form of Königsallee, a luxurious street in the city that houses some of the more exclusive brands around. For more mainstream brands, head to Schadowstrasse and for alternative style and souvenirs, try the old town (Altstadt).
Dusseldorf’s professional football team, Fortuna Düsseldorf, play their home games at the city’s Esprit Arena. The city also has a professional basketball team in the form of the Gloria Giants.
You can fly direct to Dusseldorf from Manchester, London, Edinburgh, Birmingham and Leeds. The city is connected by rail to German cities including Berlin, Bonn, Cologne and Dortmund as well as other European cities including Amsterdam.
Spend some time in Dusseldorf without spending a fortune on your accommodation. Check in to one of our Dusseldorf budget hotels.
Leave your vehicle with Holiday Inn Düsseldorf Airport-Ratingen when you fly from Düsseldorf International Airport with our special package. You can stay the night before your trip and park your car...