Dusseldorf is one of the largest cities of Germany , which is the center of Westphalia. The first annalistic mention of it dates back to 1135. But the ancient buildings in Dusseldorf almost did not survive, since the city was seriously damaged during the war from the bombing of Anglo-American aircraft. Nevertheless, the residents of the city lovingly rebuilt it, relying on documents. Therefore, there is a full-fledged historical center with interesting architectural objects.
The main attractions of the city can be seen during a fascinating sightseeing tour in the company of an English-speaking guide, who will show you the most interesting places in Dusseldorf during a live conversation:< ul>
There are also modern facilities in Dusseldorf that a private guide can show you during a tour in English language. For example, the Reinterterm TV and radio tower with a revolving restaurant and a viewing platform, which offers an amazing panorama of the city. The ticket price for visiting the observation deck is quite affordable for such an object, which makes it incredibly popular with tourists. The tower is located in the Mediagawan district, where there are interesting “modernist” buildings, including an unusual house with colorful people.
If you feel hungry during a city tour, go to the Rhine embankment, where there are numerous cafes and tents. Here you can have a bite and admire the beautiful cityscape, or visit one of the fairs that are often held at this place.