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Joachim von Bandemer
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Welcome to the InterContinental Dusseldorf, located in one of the most elegant streets in Germany, the famous Koenigsallee. My name is Joachim von Bandemer we are proud to offer you a stunning choice of activities and for sure: Insider-Knowledge of this great city.

Things to do
The Perfect Day

Morning

Step out of the hotel onto Königsallee, the famous shopping and business boulevard. Across the street you will find flagship stores of international luxury labels. The smaller side streets are always good if you are looking to discover small new boutiques and young designer labels. After a shopping tour, continue your day in the Altstadt, the historic center of the city, lined with shops, restaurants and bars. St. Lambertus Church with its twisted tower is worth a visit.

Afternoon

Stroll through the Altstadt to the river Rhine and along Joseph-Beuys-Ufer to the NRW-Forum, famous for contemporary photography and media art. Or go to Grabbeplatz where two great art museums face each other: explore the 20th-century art at K20 or changing exhibitions of contemporary art in the Kunsthalle. Walk down Mühlenstrasse to Burgplatz and take a break in one of the many cafés right by the Rhine. Afterwards, a cruise on the river shows the city from a different perspective.

Evening

Start your evening with a stroll to the Medienhafen and enjoy the modern architecture of world-famous architects such as Frank O. Gehry, David Chipperfield and Murphy/Jahn. Perhaps have an aperitif and an early dinner in one of the several bars or restaurants. For evening entertainment, the Roncalli Apollo Varieté Theater presents breathtaking acrobatic shows. The concierge team will be happy to book tickets for the city’s symphonic orchestra at the Tonhalle, the opera and many other cultural highlights.

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Did You Know?
  • Art

    Dusseldorf’s art academy was established in the 17th century. This gave the city an impulse to develop its status as possibly the leading art city in Germany – especially thanks to the state collection at the Kunstsammlung NRW and the NRW-Forum Düsseldorf with its outstanding exhibitions of contemporary photography. The city continuously hosts internationally renowned exhibitions and also presentations of local artists who have had an impact on modern art.

  • Fashion Hot Spot

    Dusseldorf is not only a city of business, art and lifestyle, but also a fashion metropolis. Several leading fashion and beauty shows, where famous designers present their collections, take place in Dusseldorf each year. You can find more than 800 permanent showrooms spread all over the city, for example at the Medienhafen and Kaiserswerther Strasse, and of course all luxury brands on the Königsallee boulevard, right where the hotel is located.

  • Media Harbour (Medienhafen)

    Seven architects from all over Europe (including Frank O Gehry, Claude Vasconi and David Chipperfield) designed several company headquarters in the Media Harbour, making the area an architectural landmark of the city. You will find a great mix of industrial, heritage buildings and most modern architecture. This is an interesting contrast to the oldtown. Walking distance 20min.

  • Japanese community

    Dusseldorf has the 3rd-largest Japanese community outside Japan. Most of the Japanese stores and restaurants are around Immermanstrasse and Klosterstrasse, a short stroll from the hotel. In summer, Japanese Day celebrates the cultural exchange between East and West with a big event at the riverside, finishing with a splendid firework display.

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