Dusseldorf, or the longest bar in the world
Germans are a model of accuracy, punctuality and flawless law-abiding. Of course, there are exceptions everywhere, but everyone who came from Germany agrees with this statement. Tourists are simply fascinated by calm and surprisingly clean German cities, in which life is subject to strict rules and there is no place for disorder. One of the most striking examples of German well-being and pedantry is the city of Düsseldorf.
What is worthy of attention
Immediately a reservation for travelers: Düsseldorf is not the city where you have to rush around the sights all day, learning the century-long history of the German state. Not. There is something to see here, but it is rather an easy frame to the amazing atmosphere of the city.
The Old Town, or Altstadt, is rightly called the longest bar in the world. There is a narrow street, just oversaturated with a huge number of different pubs.Here, the Germans and guests of the city, starting at two o'clock in the afternoon, drink beer, coffee, have lunch, chat and just enjoy life. True, at nine o'clock the pious indigenous people go home - after all, tomorrow is a working day.
Where better to live
After drinking a couple of glasses of famous beer, you can go to the hotel. They are considered ideal for living here, from which it is easy to get to anywhere in the city.
Arriving in this German city, everyone should visit the legendary Königsallee. There is another world: insanely expensive boutiques and restaurants, sleek Germans and respectable Germans, rare cars. It is here that the atmosphere of that gorgeous pre-war Germany still hovers. From this alley, Mediahafen is strikingly different - the modern business center of Düsseldorf. Everything is very vivid and unusual, the imagination is struck by the many "curves of the house." Here, tourists are happy to take pictures, this place can be safely called a modern symbol of the city.
An evening walk
This place is simply meant to calm and restore inner harmony. There is nothing better than going out on the Rhine promenade in the evening and having a nice cup of coffee or a cup in a cozy placethe most delicious dark beer, which can be tasted only here, and then endlessly contemplate the watery surface, along which endless barges and dry-cargo ships glide nowhere, like everything German.