Author: Richard Janssen
If there’s anything nicer to do in Düsseldorf than dining out, it’s got to be dining in, especially if you forgo the cramped, barcoded world of the German supermarket and head instead for one of the city’s outdoor markets to do your shopping.
There are many dotted all across the town. Most take place on Saturdays, some are open daily, others appear on odd days during the weeek.
Far and away the best, is the Carlsplatz Markt, a short walk from the Königsallee at the edge of the Altstadt, or Old Town. No matter how ambitious your menu, you’re bound to find the right ingredients here amid a mind-boggling array...
Following one of the two main axes out of central Oberkassel brings a driver alongside the tram tracks. Follow these up the Hansaallee towards the old industrial areas and the countryside around Meerbusch. On Saturday and Wednesday...