Düsseldorf Motorhome Rental Holiday
Düsseldorf is the Center of German excellence in art and culture; the city exist in its more than 250 pubs, numerous eateries, a plethora of museums, a myriad of shopping centers and a world class shopping experience. To the thousands of visitors who flank to the city each year, the upscale Königsallee shopping street is representative of the elegance of Düsseldorf while the Gehry buildings in the Media Harbor offer a glimpse into modern Düsseldorf; the old quarter has an assortment of restaurants that serve the most tantalizing and top fermented altbier used to wash down lip smacking delicacies. The city has developed quite a reputation for providing ample of opportunities to have a blast. There are plenty of opportunities to book motorhome rental in Düsseldorf, as there are a number of Germany motorhome hire depots in the city.
Camping sites in Düsseldorf:
Rheincamping Meerbusch: The location is ideal for a vacation with the family; with easy access to the river, forest and the city. The camping ground is a mere 6 kms from the city of Düsseldorf and has ample of opportunities for indulging in water sports ; the campground offers faculties like internet cafe, a shop where you can buy fresh bread in the morning and even a beach bar.
Wasserski Camping Langenfeld: The campsite offer most regular amenities besides quick access to the city, lake and is only a stones throw away from the main routes that will take you to the center of Düsseldorf.
Place to visit:
The capital of North Rhine, Düsseldorf has several interesting tourist attractions that should figure on top of your ‘must see ‘list
The Königsallee Shopping Street: This is probably the most popular part of the city, with its upscale shops, a myriad of restaurants quaint passageways; grand, old churches and an assortment of pubs, bars and discothèques. The spectacular riverside promenade runs through the old quarter parallel to its many cobbled streets to the Media Harbor that has been transformed into an architectural showcase.
The Axis of Art: If you are an art enthusiast, you simply cannot mss this 800 meter long stretch that houses some of the best Art museums; academies, art palaces , associations; most notably among them the North Rhine Westphalia Art Gallery and the Kunsthalle art gallery.
Benrath Palace: A summer home to the celebrated elector Karl Theodor; the residence cum hunting lodge has been preserved in all its glory since the 18th century. The stunning architectural synthesis of park and palace forms a breath taking ensemble of great historical, artistic and cultural importance.
NordPark: an incredible assembly of parks dedicated to various themes; at the west end of the Nordpark lies the Japanese garden which features a stunning array of landscapes and an astonishing variety of flora within a relatively small ground area.
Gerricusplatz: Located in Gerresheim; at the foothills of the Düsseldorf hills; this is a historic area with ancient tress casting their shade on the splendid Sankt Margareta basilica; the old marketplace is only a few minutes walk from the basilica and the fountain that adorns the center of the square; bespeaks of the towns history. Although situated in Düsseldorf; the town breaks a striking resemblance with the French Squares; probably one of the reasons why the sound of boule is often seen filtering out of buildings.