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About Düsseldorf

A thrumming contemporary city and Germany’s fashion capital, Düsseldorf dresses to impress with its avant-garde arts scene, pioneering architecture, trendy café culture and uber-cool nightlife. Head to the Altstadt district for 300+ welcoming pubs, bars, restaurants and clubs, that are so close together the locals call it “the longest bar in the world”. Electronica’s big in the club scene round here, and you’ll find the country’s largest Japanese community in Niederkassel and along the Immermannstrasse (Little Tokyo), where locals and tourists head for amazing sushi and ramen.

The Rhine is the place to go for a relaxing stroll and picking up ice cream on the promenade along the East Bank. Or step over the river to Oberkassel, an exclusive district with beautiful meadows, or wander by the picturesque ponds in front of the Ständehaus, the former state parliament building. The daily market at Carlsplatz is perfect for coffee and a pastry, and be sure to try Dusseldor’s ‘top fermented’ altbier beer, often served with traditional dishes like slow-cooked pork, potato salad or currywurst.

Flying to Düsseldorf for the Euros

If England wins their group and then comes through a last-16 tie, this is where the Three Lions will play their quarter final. The official fan village is located the square in front of the Düsseldorf Schauspielhaus theatre. And to mark the occasion a production has been commissioned by Euro 2024, ‘Faith, Love, Football’, which transforms legendary European Championship scenes into an imaginary football match, creating a stadium atmosphere with real fan chants and choreography.

Just over one hour from Düsseldorf Airport by train

Borussia Dortmund’s huge 81,000-capacity Westfalenstadion is one of European football’s most iconic grounds, and big hitters like Italy, Portugal and France will all be here in the group stage. Dortmund will also host the penultimate game of the tournament when a semi-final is played in the city on 10 July. With the fan zone Friedensplatz and the public viewing at Westfalenpark, Dortmund offers two prime fan festival locations.

Around 45 minutes from Düsseldorf Airport by train

A small city neighbouring, Gelsenkirchen has an outsized influence on German football as the home of one of its top clubs, Schalke 04. Schalke’s home ground has been selected to host Euro 2024 games – England is here for their opener against Serbia, and will return for their last-16 tie if they win Group C. On 20 June, arguably the most hotly anticipated game of the group stage will take place here when Spain meet Italy.

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Time zone:GMT +1 hour (GMT +2 hours in summer)
Flight time:1 hour 25 mins
Airport code:DUS
Holiday type:City Break

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