More about Dusseldorf
Why Cruise to Dusseldorf?
Stunning architecture, a historic Old Town and beautiful outdoor spaces are highlights in Dusseldorf
There's a lot to see in this charming city -- be sure not to lose track of time
Dusseldorf has become an increasingly popular European destination, and for good reason
Dusseldorf Cruise Port Facilities?
Riverboats stop near a pretty park, adjacent to an outdoor cinema. You'll be about a 30-minute walk (or a 12 euros taxi ride) from Dusseldorf's Altstadt (Old Town).
Good to Know?
The effects of those potent local beers -- don't lose track of time or your riverboat.
By Taxi: Taxi service is available, and it's about a 35-minute ride to the city's Konigsallee shopping street.
On Foot: If you plan to walk to Konigsallee, it'll take you about 35 minutes from the riverfront, while reaching the trendy modern MedienHafen harbor district takes about 40 minutes.
Currency & Best Way to Get Money?
The official currency is the euro. Many banks in Dusseldorf offer ATMs, including Deutsche Bank, Postbank and Commerzbank. The main banking district is around Schadowstrasse, a few streets inland from the riverfront.
Younger Dusseldorfers study English at school, so it's widely spoken. But that's no excuse for not learning a few key German phrases, and the locals will love you for it.