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Königsallee: Our most recommended tours and activities

Düsseldorf: Scavenger Hunt Self-Guided Tour

1. Düsseldorf: Scavenger Hunt Self-Guided 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 outside opening hours.

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 "Lakrids" (licorice), Italian Amaretti, or warm roasted almonds - produced by a very popular showman-family from Düsseldorf. You'll also visit the famous chocolate shop between Carlsplatz and Königsallee. Try the delicious regional chocolate-speciality, called "Bützchen" (a little kiss).

Düsseldorf: Classic City Segway Tour

3. Düsseldorf: Classic City Segway Tour

Discover the sights of Düsseldorf on a Segway tour through the old town and along the banks of the Rhine. Drive across the Rheinkniebrücke to the other side of the river to discover the rhine meadows. Marvel at the skyline und enjoy a fun Segway-ride. Cross the bridge Oberkasselerbrücke to get back to the other side of the Rhine. Visit the Tonhalle that is known all over the world due to its breathtaking architecture of expressionism times.  Afterwards, discover the old town of Düsseldorf. Drive through the world's longest bar und enjoy a short stop and Altbier tasting at the house brewery "Uerige". Pass the picturesque Burgplatz close to the Rhine and head to the Medienhafen. Get a glimpse of the Federal State Parliament of Northrine-Westphalia, pass the architecturally interesting Medienhafen and finally reach the world-famous Königsallee.

Düsseldorf: Guided Architecture Tour

4. 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: E-Scooter City Tour

5. Düsseldorf: E-Scooter City Tour

Meet directly at the Rhine Tower, the highest building in the city. With a view of the state parliament and the spectacular Rheinkniebrücke bridge, you'll shortly learn how to drive and have fun on a secure e-scooter Scuddy. Begin by cruising along the Rhine to the Media Harbor, passing several funky Gehry buildings. Leave the yachts behind in the marina and continue on down the Rhine promenade towards the old town. Arrive at the spacious Burgplatz and check out the Schlossturm castle tower. Stay close to the Rhine to reach the Oberkasseler Bridge and the time-honored St. Lambertus Church with its leaning basilica tower. Then cruise past the imposing dome of the Tonhalle before reaching the legendary Fortuna Büdchen, a large drinking hall associated with the Düsseldorf football club. Continue on past important museums as well as the Dreischeibenhaus, an impressive piece of contemporary architecture from the 1960s. Experience the hustle and bustle of Königsallee, which features the best shopping in town. Choose the 2-hour tour for an even more thorough exploration of the city, including the left side of the Rhine. Discover the elegant Oberkassel, a district featuring buildings from the "Gründerzeit" and the Art Nouveau period. See additional sights like the K20, Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, an art collection housed behind a distinctive black granite façade. Roll by the Kom(m)ödchen, the cabaret stage, and head towards Carlplatz, where a bustling market can be found Mondays through Saturdays. At the end of your tour, you'll return at a relaxed pace back to the starting point.

Düsseldorf: Düsseldorf in 120 minutes

6. Düsseldorf: Düsseldorf in 120 minutes

Düsseldorf in 120 minutes - the city walk for more active newbies MedienHafen or Altstadt, Königsallee or Rhine Promenade, historic or highlights? On this tour, guests don't have to choose one of the city's most beautiful corners - they see them (almost) all. The tour takes advantage of the city's strength: In Düsseldorf, the best is usually close together. After about two hours, the tour touched on many things and whetted the appetite for the many specialized tours.

Düsseldorf: Guided Old Town Tour with Beer Break

7. Düsseldorf: Guided Old Town Tour with Beer Break

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 from the famous Königsallee to the Old Town. 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: Private Walking Tour with a Professional Guide

8. Düsseldorf: Private Walking Tour with a Professional Guide

Experience the beauty of Dusseldorf on a private walking tour with a guide. Learn about the area while visiting famous places like the Old Town, Rhine Promenade, St. Lambertus Church, and many more. You will start your tour near the old town to see the St. Lambertus Church, old buildings, cafes, etc. Immerse yourself into the vibe while listening to the history of the city. Visit the iconic Rhine Promenade and grab a cozy spot to enjoy the scenery. During the tour, your guide will tell you about the massive bombing during World War II, the religious and political background, and other facts about the city. Another point of interest is the famous Königsallee area, a popular shopping district in the city. After exploring some shops, you will see the famous Wilhelm Marx House, the first European skyscraper from the 1920s. Finally, walk by the great Rhine River and watch the TV Tower, the main feature of the city's skyline. Discover all the highlights of the charming city of Dusseldorf in an exciting walking tour. 

Delightful Dusseldorf: A Self-Guided Audio Tour

9. Delightful Dusseldorf: A Self-Guided Audio Tour

Dusseldorf, Germany’s answer to Milan, isn’t just known for its fashion industry. With portions of Dusseldorf’s old town built as far back as the 1300s, it packs a historical punch too. On this walking tour, I’ll show you the city’s historical highlights and share a few little-known stories. This Dusseldorf tour starts near the Heinrich-Heine-subway station. From there, you’ll quickly find yourself in Königsallee, a boulevard known for its posh, upscale stores. As you peruse the high-end brands, I’ll share the area’s history and point out several historical and picturesque bridges. You’ll soon find yourself in the beautifully preserved Old Town where I’ll show you which of the ancient houses survived the war, and which were restored. By the time we reach the Rhine Embankment Promenade, you’ll have an idea of what the area looked like some centuries ago. After passing St Lambertus Basilica, you’ll take in the old Marktplatz (Market Square), stroll along the Longest Bar in the World, and see poet Heinrich Heine’s birthplace. On this hour long tour, you’ll also have a chance to: • Gaze at the statue of Johann Wilhelm von der Pfalz, a Dusseldorf landmark in Markplatz • See the white tower that houses the city’s maritime museum (the Schifffahrtmuseum) and learn about its history • Take in the city prison’s old gate which was replaced by Filmmuseum Düsseldorf • Find out who discovered the fashion icon Versace • Sample tasty treats in the city’s most important market square, Carlsplatz • Pass by a 17th-century restaurant whose famous diners included Napoleon, Japanese princess Hisako, Queen Silvia of Sweden, and actress Brooke Shields • Ponder the story of St Lambertus’ crooked church spire • Search for hidden details in Stadt Erhebung Monument, a sculpture depicting the city’s founding story • Hear about one of the city’s bloodiest battles • Stroll along the old harbour • Learn about one of Germany’s greatest poets, Heinrich Heine So put on your walking shoes and discover the quirky corners of Germany’s most interesting cities.

Düsseldorf: Shopping Street "The Kö" Self-Guided Walk

10. Düsseldorf: Shopping Street "The Kö" Self-Guided Walk

This tour is only available in German. This is an informative and fun self-guided tour with your smartphone of Düsseldorf’s Königsalle, also known as "the Kö". Read the informative commentary on stories from the street known as “the Kö” and uncover its heritage, food, and architecture. Learn all about the street’s unique history. Uncover memories of the first telephones, stories about the First World War, and see why the street is famous for its fashion and high-end style. The tour starts at Corneliusplatz and takes you along Königsallee. The motto here is "see and be seen", but you will but you will look behind the facades. First you visit the Kaufhaus an der Kö, which opened in 1909 as the Tietz department stores' and is now known as Kaufhof. Continue to the Tritonen-Brunnen (Triton Fountain), which was once part of the city's fortifications. You will discover the Girardet House and learn more about the history of Königsallee. The tour continues to the Bastion Bridge, the Neckerei Fountain and the Kö Lion, which has guarded Königsallee since 1960. You will visit the Stilwerk, a shopping centre for interior design, and the Kö-Galerie, which was Germany's most modern shopping arcade in 1986. Other tour stops include the Sevens, the Lichtburg and the Heinemann confectionery, famous for its Champagne truffles. The tour ends at the Haus der Universität and the Kö-Bogen, two impressive architectural highlights of the city. Enjoy the flexibility of a self-guided tour which you can use at any time as you get to know "the Kö" at your leisure. The tour is a great way to get outside and discover new things with family, friends or on your own. It's like being shown Düsseldorf by a good friend. Many anecdotes will enrich your walk through the city. You can start the tour at any time and as often as you like in the browser of a smartphone. On site or even from the comfort of your sofa. Enjoy your time in Düsseldorf! *** Good to know *** You will receive the link to start the tour in an email directly after booking. Like everywhere else in Germany, all shops in Düsseldorf are closed on Sundays. However, the restaurants and cafés are open.

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What a fantastic experience this was! Something my wife and I had never done before but it is something we will most definitely be doing once again in the future. Mehmet; our guide, ensured we were fully confident using the Segway before we headed off around the City (it was a surprise for my wife whilst in the City and she was quite nervous to begin with), and provided us with a fantastic tour allowing us to see all that Dusseldorf had to offer, with insightful information regarding different areas of the city along the way. I can't recommend this experience highly enough and if you are visiting the wonderful city of Dusseldorf, this has to be on your list of 'things to do', as it provides you with a fun-filled x2 hours delivered by an extremely friendly and helpful guide. Thanks again Mehmet. Chris & Des

I gave my boyfriend the "Sweet Treats Tour in Düsseldorf" for his birthday and we were both very excited. Our guide, Philipp, gave us many small delicacies to try and we were spoiled with a unique culinary experience. We also learned a lot of background information about the respective cafés. The tour is especially recommended for those with a sweet tooth :)

Hello, the e-scooter tour was a great success. We were traveling with 6 women and our guide Dieter and that was really great. Dieter explained the scooters to us in a great way and then the ride through Düsseldorf was fun that we will definitely repeat in another city. Greetings from Lorup

It was fun for everyone. The stories about the individual locations were very interesting and the tasks were easy to solve. Only the directions to Uerigen was a bit confusing. We will definitely do this again in another city

The tour was just perfect and is an absolute recommendation! Interesting information mixed with a relaxed atmosphere.