Info Flight from Bucharest to Dusseldorf
When we fly
15:40 (Local time)
Where we fly
Dusseldorf International Airport
Düsseldorf is a one of the biggest cities in Germany, being also one of the greenest in the world. From green oases in the middle of the city, to japanese gardens, Düsseldorf offers places to walk and relax. Of course, without leaving aside the nightlife for the ones who love beer and going out. Discover more details and prepare your visit.
Düsseldorf is one of the most diverse areas in terms of culinary diversity. Since the city has the third largest Japanese community in Europe, the Asian food brings a strong flavour into the nowadays cuisine. Beer and traditional Rheinischer food bring and extra-experience for the food lovers visiting Dusseldorf. Find out more about this!
Before traveling to Düsseldorf, you should look for al the important information, so you can fully plan your trip. From booking your accommodation, pandemic travel, information about available tours and ways to find transportation, airport details to city pass, keep in mind all the important details for your vacation.
Düsseldorf is now a cosmopolitan city, an international business and financial center, a mix of old and new, diversity and cutting-edge architecture. Each year it holds fashion and trade fairs and Rhenish Carnival celebrations, every year in February/March.
A visit to Düsseldorf needs to have on its must-see at least the most important places in the town:
- - The Medienhafen - a very must for architecture lovers, with the Frank O. Gehry Building ensemble (the well-known landmark on the city skyline), the Sign skyscraper of Helmut Jahn and the vitreous Stadttor.
- - The Float Building in Holzstrasse which was designed by Renzo Piano.
- - The Kö-Bogen I and II at the top of Königsallee, the Europe's largest green facade
- - Parks: the Rheinwiesen, the Hofgarten and the Nordpark with its Japanese Garden, The Volksgarten that has expanded for the Federal Horticultural Show
- - Old city connected to music and art: The Tonhalle and Ehrenhof, Carsch House, Wilhelm Marx House and Behrensbau, Oper and Ballett am Rhein
- - Museums and venues: Rheinturm - Rhine Tower; highest building and landmark of Düsseldorf, Art Collection Northrhine-Westphalia (Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen), Palace and park of Benrath, City Library (Stadtbibliothek), The ISS-Dome (ice hockey stadium).
- - The Christmas with its Christmas Market, every year from 17 November until 23 December, with mulled wine and hot chocolate and watch craftsman blow glass and create art.
- - Kö (Königsallee), a shopping street with luxuries shops.
When in vacation in Dusseldorf, there are at least five things to try:
1. A visit in the Little Tokyo, in the Immermannstraße area, between the main train station and Schadowstraße, where you can find numerous restaurants and pubs.
2. Sushi tastings at the best japanese restaurants in the city, well appreciated all over the world.
3. Lunches with traditional meals: Rheinischer Sauerbraten (a beef roast and sometimes horse marinated for a few days in vinegar and spices served with gravy and raisins) and Heaven and Earth (Himmel und Äd; black pudding with stewed apples mixed with mashed potatoes), Muscheln Rheinischer Art (Rhenish-style mussels), Reibekuchen (fried potato pancake served with apple sauce), Düsseldorfer Senfrostbraten (Steaks roasted with Düsseldorf mustard on top), Halve Hahn – this dish is made from a half a double rye roll, which is another of the specialties of Düsseldorf, buttered, with a thick slice of aged Gouda cheese, onions, mustard, ground paprika and sour pickles, Himmel un Aad – a dish of mashed potatoes and apples along with slices of blutwurst and caramelized onions.
4. Some beer tasting: Düsseldorf is well known for its Altbier, a hoppy beer which translates as old beer, a reference to the pre-lager brewing method of using a warm top-fermenting yeast like British pale ales. There are five pub-breweries in Düsseldorf which brew Altbier on the premises: Füchschen, Schumacher, Schlüssel, Uerige and Brauerei Kürzer. Four of the five are in the historic centre of Düsseldorf (Altstadt); the other (Schumacher), between the Altstadt and Düsseldorf Central railway station (Hauptbahnhof), also maintains an establishment in the Altstadt, Im Goldenen Kessel, across the street from Schlüssel.
5. A walk with the bycicle in the green zone of the city and why not a boat walk on the Rhine.
- Country: Germany, member of European Union and Schengen Area, does not need a visa
- Accommodation: You can choose to stay in a hotel, hostel, private host, in the centre or in the main disctricts of the city, which are very well connected to the city center. The accommodation is not that cheap, but the quality is very good. Choose your accommodation through Booking.com for extra security!
- Official language: German, English
- Currency: EUR
- Time zone: UTC/GMT +1:00 hour, Summer time +2:00
- Phone Prefix: +49
- Internet domain: .de
- City card: The DüsseldorfCard is the cheapest and simplest way of getting to know the city. It guarantees you not only unlimited use of trams and buses within the city area but also free or reduced entry to museums and various attractions. In addition to your DüsseldorfCard, the Tourist Information Offices (Touristen-Information) will provide you with information about Düsseldorf, a city guide, an official calendar of events, and a current list of exhibitions. The DüsseldorfCard is available at RheinBahn customer service centre, at the tourist information offices, many museums and hotels.
- Airport: Dusseldorf International Airport is the largest airport in North Rhine-Westphalia. You can leave/arrive at the airport using train (Lines 729, 759, 776, SB51) or bus (Line 721, 760, 896)
- COVID-19 Info: The rules for entering Dusseldorf depend on rules from State government of North Rhine-Westphalia and other statal institutions from Germany. Discover all the details on the official travel guidance.