We can state with no shadow of doubt that Germany is a big country with a lot of cities.
Nevertheless, the city of Dusseldorf managed to make itself stand out from all the other cities, why?
Because Dusseldorf can be considered the German capital of cultural activities, since it has a lot of museums, a lot of art galleries,
it is internationally known, and its famous Opera House is one of the most famous in the entire world.
With countless examples of art, architecture, and many other cultural aspects,
Dusseldorf, the city that has a population of about 1.220 million people, receives countless tourists who seek for an exciting and cultural place to visit.
While visiting Dusseldorf you don’t want to be surprised by a climate that you were not expecting, and as a matter of fact, if you are not prepared for it, your activities may be affected.
To make sure this does not happen to you, it is always good to get some basic information about the climate of your destination.
If you are planning a visit to Dusseldorf and you want warm temperatures, the best months for you to visit this city are during June, July and August, because it is summer andthe temperatures are higher, averaging 12ºC to 22ºC.
Nevertheless, there are some people who also enjoy visiting a destination when it is cold; in this case, the best season to visit Dusseldorf is during the winter when the temperatures can range from 0ºC to 5ºC.
The Transportation System
You can enter Dusseldorf by air using the Flughafen Düsseldorf; this is German for Dusseldorf Airport.
You can use the train. You can share a ride and pay a sum of 5 euros (about US$7)/100 KM; this process is known as carpooling.
But getting in is not the most important thing, what’s better than that is getting around and get to know different places.
For that purpose you can use the bus, a cab, your own rented car, or a bike.
Of course, from all these means of transportation there is one that provides you more comfort, commodity and freedom, you can get all that if you rent a car, then you are the one to decide where to go and when to go.
As previously mentioned, Dusseldorf can be considered the German capital in regards to cultural activities, but let’s have a look at some of the most important activities you can do here:
1. Drink:As you know, one of the “character traits” of the various German cities is the fact that they have a large variety of beers and the locals are known for their love for this centenarian beverage.
If you are going to visit Dusseldorf you have plenty of bars where you can drink and/or have fun.
2. Participate on a Guided Tour:Every guided tour is a treasure for a tourist since you will know a lot more about the places you must visit, and you will get a better insight about the culture and historical background of the city.
3. Enjoy the Cultural Activities:From dozens and dozens of art galleries and museums, to examples of architecture and even cultural events/festivals, you have a large array of options to choose from.
This guest post was written by Aronno, a writer and a traveldevotee.