Discover Düsseldorf


Düsseldorf is a city of many charms, a city steeped in history and wonderment, comprising of many things to explore and discover – and a stay at Breidenbacher Hof, one of the top five-star hotels in Düsseldorf brings them right to your doorstep. Take a ten-minute stroll from the hotel and discover our picturesque Old Town and designer boutiques, world-class art galleries and panoramic city views. Ideal for day trips to neighbouring cities, it also has plenty of green spaces and lively attractions for fun-filled family activities in Düsseldorf.

Konigsallee in Duesseldorf


River Rhine in Duesseldorf

River Rhine

Phantasialand in Duesseldorf


Schlossturm in Duesseldorf


Villa Hugal in Duesseldorf

Villa Hügel

Standehaus K21 in Düsseldorf

Ständehaus K21

Duke Jan Wellem in Duesseldorf

Duke Jan Wellem

Mayor's Court in Duesseldorf

Mayor's Court

Horse Racing in Duesseldorf

Horse Racing Track Düsseldorf

Views from River Rhine, Duesseldorf

River Rhine

Zoo Gelsenkirchen in Duesseldorf

Zoo Gelsenkirchen

Museum Island Hombroich in Duesseldorf

Museum Island Hombroich

Benrath Castle in Duesseldorf

Benrath Castle

Enjoy a vibrant shopping scene

Düsseldorf is renowned for its diverse shopping scene, offering everything from high-end designer boutiques to quaint vintage shops. At the heart of the city's shopping district lies the Königsallee, affectionately known as the "Kö," a tree-lined boulevard revered as one of Europe's premier shopping streets.

In the historic Altstadt, or Old Town, visitors can discover a treasure trove of unique boutiques, artisanal craft shops, and traditional markets. From handmade jewelry to locally crafted souvenirs, the Altstadt offers an eclectic shopping experience steeped in charm and authenticity.



Shopping Sprees

Four Cities for the Price of One

Four cities for the price of one – Use Düsseldorf as a base and enjoy multiple options for daytrips to the most beautiful cities around Düsseldorf. Cologne is reached within 40 minutes by car and offers shopping as well as great kids activities.


"Düsseldorf, Asmterdam, Brussels, Cologne - all on our doorsteps"

Art Hub Düsseldorf

Düsseldorf, as a significant cultural city along the Rhine, boasts a rich diversity of museums, galleries, and art academies that attract both local and international visitors. Among the most prominent institutions is the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, showcasing 20th and 21st-century works and exhibiting renowned artists like Joseph Beuys and Gerhard Richter.


"Düsseldorf offers a rich array for art lovers of every taste and inclination."

One-of-a-kind Attractions –
Sightseeing tips for the Düsseldorf Area

Castle Benrath

The magnificent castle with its elegant gardens was designed by the famous architect Nicolas de Pigage and is an outstanding example of 18th-century architecture.

Villa Hügel

The splendid interiors, elaborate gardens, and panoramic views of the Ruhr area make Villa Hügel a popular cultural and historical landmark, attracting visitors from around the world.

Island Hombroich

The Museum Island Hombroich is an inspiring destination for art enthusiasts and nature lovers alike who wish to experience a unique fusion of art and nature.

Castle Dyck

The extensive gardens surrounding the castle are a highlight, featuring meticulously landscaped grounds, ornamental ponds, and picturesque walking paths.

Art meets Culinary

The Paffrath Gallery is a traditional family business with international standing, which today is run by Hans Paffrath in the fifth generation. In cooperation with the Breidenbacher Hof, the gallery offers its location for special events.

Above the roofs of Düsseldorf on the seventh floor and with a view of the famous fashion boulevard Königsallee, you can enjoy the renowned The Duchy cuisine surrounded by masterpieces of art.


Düsseldorf Oldtown

Düsseldorf's Oldtown, also known as the "longest bar in the world," is a historic district brimming with charm and cultural significance. Dating back to the 12th century, the Altstadt is characterized by its narrow cobblestone streets, picturesque squares, and well-preserved medieval architecture. Visitors to the Altstadt can explore an array of captivating attractions, including historic sights, traditional breweries, the market square Carlsmarkt, individual shops and boutiques as well as art venues.


"The Altstadt is a captivating destination steeped in history and culture."

Beautiful River Rhine

The River Rhine in Düsseldorf offers a captivating blend of natural beauty and urban charm, making it a focal point for locals and visitors alike. The Rhine promenade, stretching for miles along the riverbank, provides a picturesque setting for leisurely strolls, jogging, or simply enjoying the scenic views of the water and city skyline. One of the most popular activities along the Rhine is embarking on a boat cruise.


"Exploring the city from the water provides an unforgettable experience."

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