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Dusseldorf is just north of Cologne in Germany, and it’s a very popular destination for business travellers. It’s a tidy, clean and compact city with a fizzing financial and business centre, often hosting world trade fairs and conferences. The Rhein only slices off part of the city, and the international airport is in the north near Ratingen. Dusseldorf is a region that’s separated into different districts, but generally if you’re here for a city break you’ll spend most of your time in District 1.




Stadtmitte is what you came to Dusseldorf for – this is where you can find the stock exchange, Schadowstraße (a high street with one of the highest turnovers in Europe), and Hauptbahnhof – the main train station. The hotels here are well equipped for short and sweet business trips, and there are some beautifully designed apartments if you’re here for a long weekend.




The Old Town is the centre of everything in traveller-friendly Dusseldorf, amazing architecture, chic shops and the ‘longest bar in the world’. This is a singular bar, running through 300 different establishments. The church and the Rathaus (town hall) are worth a visit in between German beer tastings, and there are a huge variety of hostels, hotels and apartments for city breaks in the Old Town too. Cheers!




Carlstadt is one of the smallest, and most expensive boroughs in Dusseldorf. It’s home to the leafy green Konigsallee, as well as a variety of high-end shops and 5 star hotels. If you’re after a hotel with all the whistles and bells as well as a beautifully kept neighbourhood, choose one of the 5 star options around Konigsallee. You’re still within walking distance of the Old Town and the river banks, and even if you don’t choose to stay here, it’s worth an afternoon stroll.




Golzheim is north of the Old Town, and it’s really known for being a business and hotels district. There are a few interesting Gothic and Contemporary art museums near the Hofgarten, as well as a handy bundle of restaurants and supermarkets in the south. The hotels range from 3 star standard hotels, to self-catering apartments. This would be a great place to stay if you’re here on business and like staying in a neighbourhood with supermarkets, museums and gardens, outside of the city centre.




Derendorf is more of a residential area, but there are some mid-range hotels here that are great for catching early morning flights from Dusseldorf airport.