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Düsseldorf: Scavenger Hunt Box Self-Guided Walking Tour

1. Düsseldorf: Scavenger Hunt Box Self-Guided Walking Tour

Your city game box contains 11 sealed and numbered envelopes, each holding riddles that need to be solved. Following clear and precise directions, you will be taken on a walk through Düsseldorfs modern but historic city center, as you solve the riddles to find your way to the various sights. It’s up to you when you start your scavenger hunt through Düsseldorf, as well as how long you wish to stay at each location. You can take a break from your city game at any time or even continue your scavenger hunt on another day, just as you like. The scavenger hunt through Düsseldorf begins at the main train station, then leads through the Japanese Quarter to the Kö-Bogen and Königsallee. It continues in the old town with its town hall and its many restaurants and breweries. You can also discover the Rhine promenade and the Medienhafen. There is no need to make an appointment for your scavenger hunt game. Simply book the game box and have it sent to you (the shipping costs are already included in the price), or notify your guides to pick it up during opening times.

Düsseldorf: Sweet Treats Guided Walking Tour of Old Town

2. Düsseldorf: Sweet Treats Guided Walking Tour of Old Town

Experience the sweet side of Düsseldorf on this guided tour.  Your guide will take you on a culinary exploration of old town, sharing knowledge about the food as well as the history of this exciting town.  Though the city and the old town is famous for beer, it also has an abundance of great cafés and pastry shops. Explore the old town and stop at 6 locations, learning fun facts about the city as you go. Indulge in some sweet treat at each venue, including regional specialities, international treats like Macaron, a danish Wienerbrød, Italian Amaretti, or an Assabeh from Lebanon. You'll also visit the famous chocolate shop between Carlsplatz and Königsallee. Try the delicious regional chocolate-speciality, called "Bützchen" (a little kiss).

Düsseldorf: Guided Architecture Tour

3. Düsseldorf: Guided Architecture Tour

Experience the mystery and history of various well known Düsseldorf buildings. This architectural walk follows along the Königsallee, through the old town, and ends in the Ehrenhof, giving you the opportunity to learn about Düsseldorf's architectural masterpieces. This tour guarantees exciting stories about striking facades, as well as about the people and institutions behind them. Included in this walk are visits to the Stahlhof, Wilhelm-Marx House, the Carschhaus and Kaufhof department stores, the ensemble of the Dreischeibenhaus building, Schauspielhaus Theater and the Kö-Bogen, Kunstakademie and Ehrenhof. Immerse yourself in Düsseldorf's striking architecture and take in the best the city has to offer!

Düsseldorf: Guided Old Town Walking Tour with a local beer

4. Düsseldorf: Guided Old Town Walking Tour with a local beer

Discover the top sights and hidden gems on this walking tour of the Old Town in Düsseldorf. Get tips on the best places to eat and drink. Walk along the Rhine and uncover photo hotspots. Meet your guide next to the Tritonenbrunnen statue and make your way down Königsallee. Pass by high fashion shops like Louis Vuitton, Cartier, and Rolex. Make your way through the Old Town to find local breweries. If you select the option, you can also sample a tasty local beer. Let your guide show you local dancing hotspots and restaurants. Hear fascinating stories and historical accounts about the city and its attractions as you walk. Admire the Rhine as you walk along its riverbank. Snap pictures at iconic spots in Düsseldorf. End your tour in the heart of the Old Town where you can easily find a spot to grab dinner.

Düsseldorf: Blue Hour Walking Tour with a Photographer Guide

5. Düsseldorf: Blue Hour Walking Tour with a Photographer Guide

Wander the urban district and the narrow alleys of Düsseldorf as you embark on a photography tour during blue hour, which occurs roughly 20-30 minutes after sunset. Begin in the afternoon in the urban boulevard of Königsallee to get some of the best shots of the city before the sunsets. Make your way through the alleys of the old town while listening to stories from your guide while keeping a lookout for secret places. Finish on a bridge over the river Rhine during sunset. Stand at the most scenic spot and capture amazing pictures of Düsseldorf after the sun has set. Receive tips from your guide on how to take the best photos possible and how to use the impactful light during this unique time of day.

Düsseldorf: Old Town Tour for Party Girls

6. Düsseldorf: Old Town Tour for Party Girls

Discover Dusseldorf's party culture on this guided tour in the Old Town. Taste the local beer, stop at a delicious cupcake cafe, and learn fascinating anecdotes about the Old Town and why it's known as "the longest bar in the world." Begin your tour in style with a can of Hugo at Carlsplatz. Stroll with your guide through Düsseldorf's Old Town and hear entertaining anecdotes about love, life, and partying at "the longest bar in the world." On your way to Königsallee, stop for some pink party shots and a local Altbier. Take a break at an ice cream parlor with special alcoholic ice cream. If you dare, enter the "Radschlag" contest to win a medal before heading to Düsseldorf's first cupcake café. As you enjoy your cupcake, snap the perfect Instagram pictures for your stories. Play drinking games with your friends. Finish your party tour in a bar at Bolker Straße with one more party shot.

Düsseldorf: Interactive Mystery Tour - The Old Town's secret

7. Düsseldorf: Interactive Mystery Tour - The Old Town's secret

The phone in your detective agency is finally ringing again after a long, long time. At the other end of the line: Mr. Schmidt. He tells you that his father - a retired employee of the Düsseldorf City Museum - died a few days ago at the blessed age of well over 80 years. When clearing out the apartment, he and his sister found an old, dusty - and well-locked - suitcase, well hidden behind a double wall unit. Mr. Schmidt tells you that his father would often have talked about a big secret ... but never wanted to reveal more. Now the caller wants to hire you as an experienced investigator to finally solve the mystery. He promises you that he will bring the suitcase - and that his sister or he will accompany and support you throughout the investigation. You can also negotiate two drinks (soft drink or Altbier) and delicious brewery snacks. Now it's up to you: Do you accept the assignment??? This tour is about three kilometers long, leads through the old town and Carlstadt, and will be accompanied by a guide / live actor the whole time. You have to solve riddles to get to the next station. You will find the riddles inside the suitcase and at several locations. The aim is to track down the secret of Mr. Schmidt's father.

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Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 23 reviews

The scavenger hunt through the city of Düsseldorf has us all 6 people. liked it very much. Good detailed information about the respective regions and districts. Very nicely worked out. Tip: You should always have read everything from the cards, otherwise you run more than necessary. But we found everything, albeit sometimes on a second attempt. There is still the NAVI on the cell phone. We can only warmly recommend it for those who like to have a few hours of fun with free time management

We did the scavenger hunt as two families with 11 and 13 year old children. So the children got to know Düsseldorf enthusiastically, were never bored and we had a great city tour to all the places worth seeing and were able to set the pace ourselves. Definitely to be recommended! We will order the scavenger hunt again if we want to explore another city.

The scavenger hunt was great. We saw so much of Düsseldorf that we would not have found without this game. There was also a lot of information about the history of the city. We also recommend with good impressions :)

Philipp and Kathi do this tour with so much passion that one is simply infected. We laughed a lot, learned something about the different shops and got to know delicious sweets in Düsseldorf.

Our city guide Mike brought us closer to Düsseldorf in a very nice, historically well-founded and also funny way. We can therefore only warmly recommend your tour of the old town.