Author: Garry Green
Düsseldorf as compact as it is, is in fact a collection of former villages which have been brought together to form the city. It's easy to spend a whole day wondering around the local areas discovering the delights of local businesses and retailers.
The main shopping districts are located in and around in the City, around the Schadowstraße, Königsallee and Altstadt. Notable suburban areas are also the Nordstraße, Luegalle, Hafen, Rethelstrasse, Friedrichsstraße and the vibrant Asian Immermannstrasse.
Derendorf and Pempelfort.
Derendorf was formally the tradesmans area of the city so it’s particularly good to still see numerous specialist retailers and crafts people here. The shopping area stretches along Nordstrasse from Jülicherstrasse to...
Immermannstrasse – Native Japanese Impressions
No doubt the Japanese all know of the Immermannstasse in Duesseldorf. It runs from Hauptbahnhof to Berliner Allee through to the Oststrasse. Once you enter onto this street, you may think that you are not on a street in...
Some may have noticed that street names are written in German in various ways, for instance Dusseldorfstrasse, Dusseldorf-Platz or Dusseldorfer Strasse. The latter, which means the street leading to Dusseldorf, actually exists...