Book a cheap flight to Düsseldorf, the Wunderbar city on the Rhine, with WOW air. Düsseldorf is famous for its art and culture, luxury fashion and lifestyle. Germany's finest shopping boulevard Königsallee is enchanting and the city prides itself on countless museums, theatres and attractions.
In the old town (Altstadt), over 260 pubs form the “longest bar in the world., with a variety of local breweries, lounges, cocktail bars, electro-clubs and sophisticated ambiances. Here, you'll also find the city's art and cultural venues here. There are plenty of interesting museums, and of course Düsseldorf has a world-class opera house, the Deutsche Oper am Rhein. The Rhine embankment promenade links the traditional Altstadt to the modern MedienHafen, which has, over the last ten years been made into the most modern and trendy area of the city with the help of Guggenheim-architect Frank O. Gehry. This is the place to relax and watch the Rhine shipping go by.
The Palace and Park Benrath is one of the most beautiful garden palaces of the 18th century, situated in Düsseldorf's southern district of Benrath. It is also home to three museums: the Museum Corps de Logis (in the palace's main building), the Museum for Landscape Art, and the Natural Science Museum. Düsseldorf's Königsallee is the main reason for the city's image of an elegant shopping destination and a sophisticated lifestyle. It's absolutely free to do some window shopping at the numerous flagship stores, small boutiques, luxurious jewelers and impressive shopping malls. Stop for a coffee at one of the many street cafés where people go to "see and be seen." For parties, underground clubs and second hand shops, head to the student part of town, Bilk.