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  • A Bit of a Different Museum

    A Bit of a Different Museum
    A park that looks like a garden in some places and like a wildlife sanctuary in others, massive modern brick building appearing out of nowhere behind some trees, artworks by Cézanne, Matisse and Schwitters among a mix of ancient sculptures of the Khmer and from China – believe it or not, but you'll find this unique mix at Museum Insel Hombroich in Neuss, Germany.
  • The Other Side of the Rhine (Düsseldorf)

    The Other Side of the Rhine (Düsseldorf)
    Fancy a time out from the hectic urban life or maybe just a stunning view of the skyline? Some instant holiday-feeling without being too far away? The Rhine meadows might be the place for you.
  • At The Beach in Scheveningen

    At The Beach in Scheveningen
    Fancy a day at the beach? Maybe Scheveningen is the place for you: You can go swimming or windsurfing, even bungee-jumping is possible at the pier. Or just get some ice cream and hang out in the sun or take a walk in the dunes.
  • IHZ-Park, Düsseldorf

    IHZ-Park, Düsseldorf
    If you are just passing Oberbilker Markt via one of the main roads, you might not be aware that hiding behind all those fancy office buildings, there's a park.
  • Rhine promenade, Düsseldorf

    Rhine promenade, Düsseldorf
    If you come to Düsseldorf, you'll probably want to see the Old Town. But when you're already there (and if the weather's only halfway decent) you should go down to the Rhine and stroll down the Rheinuferpromenade (Rhine Embankment Promenade).
  • Idstein historical town center

    Idstein historical town center
    Idstein is a small town in Hesse, about 20 minutes from Wiesbaden. The most famous landmark is probably the Hexenturm („Witches' Tower“), but Idstein has a beautiful historical town center with a large number of very old timber-frame houses.
  • Börkhauser Feld

    Börkhauser Feld
    Börkhauser Feld used to be a field, right around the corner from where I grew up. Actually, I could see it from my bedroom window. We used to play there as kids, and it looked beautiful when the whole field was bright yellow with rapeseed flowers.
  • Schloss Benrath (Düsseldorf)

    Schloss Benrath (Düsseldorf)
    Schloss Benrath is a palace with a huge park and garden areal. It's in the south of Düsseldorf, near the Rhine. Built in the second half of the 18th century as a summer and hunting residence for the Elector Palatine Carl Theodor von der Pfalz, it replaced an old moated castle.
  • Medienhafen, Düsseldorf

    Medienhafen, Düsseldorf
    If you are interested in modern architecture, the Medienhafen („Media harbour“) in Düsseldorf is the place to go.
  • Wuppertaler Schwebebahn

    Wuppertaler Schwebebahn
    Public transport in Wuppertal is a unique experience, and also quite an adventure, especially if you're scared of heights. To get in and out of the swaying carriages of the Schwebebahn („floating train“) takes a bit of strong nerves but you'll be rewarded with a fun ride and (more or less) exclusive views into people's backyards – keep your camera ready!
  • "Night of the Museums", Düsseldorf

    One night every April almost all museums and lots of galleries and studios in Dusseldorf open their gates from 7 p.m. 'til 2 a.m. With just one ticket you have admission to every participating museum as well as a free shuttle service taking you from one place to the other all around the city.