Dusseldorf's Airport (DUS) is located just north of the city center. It is near Forstbusch and Oberbusch nature preserves. From here, it's a short drive to Old Town.» See hotels in Düsseldorf Airport.
Friedrichstadt is situated a mile south of Dusseldorf's historic center (about twenty minutes on foot) and is a short walk inland from the Rhine River.
Here you'll find St. Peter's Church, just north of Kirchfeldstrasse. Along the Bachstrasse, Dusseldorf Arcaden offers shopping and Florapark showcases botanical views in the city center.
The historical center of Dusseldorf, known as Aldstadt or Old Town, is a mostly car-free zone. Narrow lanes filled with rowdy bars are interrupted by boutiques, museums and historical sights.
Konigsallee, known around town as the "Ko," is Dusseldorf's main shopping avenue. It starts at Hoftgarten and moves south. The majestic St. Andreas Church rules the corner of Muhlenstrasse and Hunsruckenstrasse with white and gold stucco and 22-life-size sculptures. The Museum Quarter is also part of the neighborhood.
Pempelfort is situated a ten-minute walk from Dusseldorf's Old Town and is just north of the Hofgarden (palace garden). Many sights are found inside the garden. Deutsche Oper am Rhein is located on the south side of the park while the Goethe Museum is on its eastern edge. The Theatermuseum sits nearby and the Museum Kunst Palast is located close to the Rhine River just off the Hofgartenufer.» See hotels in Pempelfort.
The Dusseldorf Stock Exchange and the central train station are both located in the Stadtmitte neighborhood of Dusseldorf. Southeast of the city's center, Stadtmitte is home to many hotels, bars and restaurants.
The Hofgarden (palace garden) is on the north side of the neighborhood and serves as home to Dusseldorf's opera house and the art museum. A tourist office is located inside the train station at Konrad Adenauer Platz.