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Air Berlin flies daily to Dusseldorf from Stansted,.Karneval, held each November 11th with its parades and colorful costumes.Next door is the fine German Ceramics Museum.In his one-Michelin-star Berens am Kai, a suche die frau furs leben light room within all-glass walls, chef Holger Berens ditches all fussy touches and celebrates food.Gareth Huw Davies tested the weekend-away appeal of one of Germany's lesser-known but most elegant destinations.Shop smart, is Konigsallee Europe's smartest shopping promenade?This old electoral capital is also a city of wide streets lined by elegant shops, with a ring of parks and gardens encircling its vibrant downtown area.Food and fairly tales, it's a short walk from the old town to the shock of new Dusseldorf.
Stand-out creation seriöse partnervermittlung forum is the fairytale office block Der Neue Zollhof by Frank Gehry, who designed the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao.
First the delicious piece of apple cake to greet me in my room.
Its location on the Rhine along with its numerous wide squares and wonderful riverside walkways makes it a particularly pleasant place to spend time.
Walk the banks, lined with trees and cafes, and take in that marvellous curve in the river, as great freight-laden barges rumble.
I checked in 40 minutes after landing.Every July the city hosts the.Sheiks and princes fly in from the Gulf with their entourages to buy up half the street.Posters and photographs celebrate the exquisite Greta Garbo.My Atlantic lobster, followed by roasted guinea fowl, with a delicious glass of Merlot, was outstanding.They keep things simple in the pub brewery Zum Schlussel, on Bolkerstrasse in the old town.A personal shopper costs 43 for a two-hour tour.This big city on the River Rhine boasts one of the smartest shopping streets in Europe, a carnival to rival Venice's, the world's tallest digital clock and the Pope's favourite pastry shop.The brew is made to the exacting German purity laws, using only water, hops, yeast and barley.High and mighty: The 768ft-high Rheinturm towers over Dusseldorf.Best evidence is Rheinpark.The Königsallee boulevard, affectionately called KÖ for short, is a stimulating shopping paradise and at the same time an exciting Mecca for going out both a catwalk for the daring in fashion and a resting place for those who like to enjoy life.Fine Rhine, the Eighties TV series Auf Wiedersehen, Pet portrayed Dusseldorf as bleak and industrial, even though they shot it mainly in Hamburg.