Dusseldorf Vacation Packages
- Market Square Slide 1 of 3: Market Square is where you’ll find attractions like the equestrian statue of John William II and Hetjens Museum.
- Media Harbor Slide 2 of 3: Home to media, arts, culture and fashion, the architectural masterpieces and historical monuments found here are impressive.
- Königsallee Slide 3 of 3: Germany’s most elegant avenue is the country’s ritziest shopping district.
As a destination known worldwide for eccentric architecture and profound kunst (art), Dusseldorf excites your imagination, gallery after gallery. Dusseldorf is also the fashion capital of Germany, where twice a year international fashion designers and buyers come to one of the world’s biggest fashion shows. In addition to fashion, Dusseldorf’s Old Quarter is a mix of Rhenish charm and global flair. It’s also where old and young meet in its beautiful squares along the Rhine riverside promenade.
Find your way to the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen museum to behold major works by Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse and Piet Mondrian. Gawk over futuristic exhibits at Kunstsammlung NRW or browse rare vintage film technology at the Filmmuseum. The Classic Remise Dusseldorf offers a 200,000-square-foot classic car facility for you to peruse.
Art meets history in dramatic sculptures and monuments. Visit the Jan Wellem Equestrian Statue — considered one of the most beautiful equestrian statues north of the Alps; Jroner Jonh — a beautiful floating fountain depicting a sea god; and the Father Rhine and His Daughters statue — a symbol of homage to Emperor Wilhelm I. Marvel at the spiral staircase of the Schlossturm (Castle Tower), which houses the 2,000-year-account of Rhine navigation; or head south to Schloss & Park Benrath, a stunning 18th-century garden palace that holds three elaborate exhibits.
Ultimate harmony includes an escape to the city’s many lush, green areas and ponds, such as Nordpark’s Japanese Garden or Southpark’s Field of Clocks. Evenings are best spent watching the sun melt into shimmering waters at the Rhine promenade.
From haute couture to bargain basements, Dusseldorf is a shopper’s paradise. Market squares offer interesting regional specialties, and many small shops off the main shopping routes are simply too irresistible to pass up. Purchase daring fashion pieces in the chic shopping district of Koenigsallee.
Germany’s exciting culture has a long history of an infinite wealth of gastronomic delights — from traditional inns to gourmet restaurants. When it’s time to unwind, take refuge in riverfront entertainment or a quiet dinner with sweeping views at the Rheinturm. Enjoy a local Altbier beer at a riverside pub, or relish premier cuisine in a fancy venue in the growing MedienHafen harbor area. With authentic hospitality and hip venues, you are sure to find a treat for your taste buds everywhere you turn.
Delta Vacations flight + hotel packages include round-trip airfare aboard a Delta Partner Airline to the Dusseldorf International Airport (DUS). From the airport, Dusseldorf’s city center is a quick, easy train ride away. Car rentals are available to add to your package, offering you the flexibility and convenience to travel when and where you want.