ProWein 2014: Things to do in Düsseldorf

ProWein is big enough and boasts enough of its own activities to keep you more than busy for a week, if it went on that long.

Prowein-Cover-2If, however, you desperately need a break from all that tasting, and perhaps if you’ve never been to Düsseldorf before, you should get out and explore the city.

Be warned, Düsseldorf is not a classically beautiful German city but it does still have a great many cultural attractions. Here is our list of the top six non-wine-related things to do there.

Additional Düsseldorf diversions include the Nordrhein-Westfalen parliament buildings, the Rheinturm (the Rhine Tower), the botanical gardens, Germany’s first high-rise building, the ARAG-Tower, designed by Sir Norman Foster, more art and film museums, churches and breweries. A flight extension might just be in order.

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