Dusseldorf, city, capital of North Rhine–Westphalia Land (state), western Germany. It lies mainly on the right bank of the Rhine River, 21 miles (34 km) northwest of Cologne. It is the administrative and cultural centre of the industrial Rhine-Ruhr area. It’s a posh and modern city that seems all buttoned-up business at first glance: banking, advertising, fashion, and telecommunications are among the fields that have made North Rhine–Westphalia’s capital one of Germany’s wealthiest cities.
Dusseldorf has dozens of museums and in excess of 100 art galleries encompassing everything from internationally renowned facilities, such as the impressive Art Collection North Rhine-Westphalia, to the smaller installations found in the city’s trendy Königsallee area. These tourist attractions, along with the city’s location on the Rhine and its numerous wide squares and wonderful riverside walkways, make it a particularly pleasant place to spend time.
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Düsseldorf has dozens of museums and in excess of 100 art galleries. Also you can visit its most elegant shopping street, Königsallee, city’s wonderful riverside and its old town.