A complete swimming and sauna experience

Hallenbad Benrath opened in 1959, and it soon became one of the most popular pools in the area. With a variety of opportunities to relax, the bath has something in stores for all visitors, regardless of age.

Hallenbad Benrath offers heated outdoor saline pool; 25m swimming pool with five lanes; diving pool with 1m and 3m board towers; paddling pool; spacious sauna area with Finnish sauna, and steam rooms; massage and medical treatments; water aerobics for seniors and much more.

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Altstadt (Center)

The heart of the party
Triton-Fountain at Königsallee, Stadtmitte
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The Center of the city, or the first district of Düsseldorf, is composed of a few historic neighborhoods: Altstadt, Carlstadt, Derendorf, Golzheim, Pempelfort, Stadtmitte - all boasting equally interesting attractions. But from all, Altstadt is the most popular with tourists, as the “the longest bar in the world” (längste Theke der Welt), with over 300 bars, pubs, restaurants and nightclubs.Every other neighborhood is easily accessible from Altstadt. While most tourists come to Düsseldorf to party, there are enough of those who don’t want to miss its cultural landmarks - and there’s plenty to see in the Center.

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Benrath

Famous castles and stunning gardens
Schloss Benrath, panoramic view, northern aspect
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The best known landmark of the ninth district of Düsseldorf is Schloss Benrath, one of the greatest baroque castles in Germany, surrounded by an equally famous garden. Many tourists are drawn to this neighborhood to admire the building and its museum, and it the process, they get to see other landmarks of the eight neighborhoods that form the district: Benrath, Hassels, Himmelgeist, Holthausen, Itter, Reisholz, Urdenbach, Wersten.

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Düsseltal

Paradise for art connoisseurs
Düsseldorf-Düsseltal, Pauluskirche
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The second district of Düsseldorf comprises three neighborhoods: Düsseltal, Flingern-Nord, Flingern-Süd. From them, Düsseltal is a more exclusive neighborhood, boasting excellent residential areas, a well-known shopping district, and landmark attractions like the Düsseldorf Zoo. Both Flingern neighborhoods are industrial residential areas, however popular with art connoisseurs, as there are many art galleries and studios in the area.

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Eller

Local flavors
Schloss Eller
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The eight district of Düsseldorf comprises the neighborhoods of Eller, Lierenfeld, Unterbach, and Vennhausen. From all, Eller is the most interesting for visitors, as the site of Schloss Eller, a mansion built in 1826 (today a history museum), on the site of a medieval moated castle. The other neighborhoods in the district are mainly residential and industrial.

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Flughafen

Surprisingly striking
The Departures hall of Düsseldorf Intl. Airport
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Düsseldorf’s International Airport (Flughafen) is located in the fifth district of the city, which made of several neighborhoods: Angermund, Kaiserswerth, Kalkum, Lohausen, Stockum and Wittlaer. Aside Germany’s third largest airport, this area also boasts several interesting attractions, like Schloss Heltorf, Burg Angermund, art galleries and the Japanese Garden in Nordpark, the district’s landscape gem. Few tourists are aware of the stunning landmarks of the area, as most never adventure past Messe Düsseldorf and the Flughafen.

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Garath

Residential area in the south
Schloss Garath in Düsseldorf
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Garath and Hellerhof lie in the far southeast part of Düsseldorf, and form together the tenth district of the city. With high unemployment rate, the south is a bit of an urban problem area for Düsseldorf. However, visitors are not concerned with local issues, being attracted by one of the area’s best known landmarks: Schloss Garath, a stunning manor of the XIII century, today a business and consulting center.

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Grafenberg

Fancy a horse race?
Grafenberg
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The seventh district of Düsseldorf comprises the neighborhoods of Gerresheim, Grafenberg, Hubbelrath, and Ludenberg, all blessed by beautiful landscapes and chic residential areas. From all, however, Grafenberg is the most interesting for visitors, as the site of the Düsseldorf-Grafenberg Racecourse. By contrast, the other neighborhoods, boast several notable religious landmarks, and typical urban architecture, offering a unique, and authentic, vision of the city, far from the tourist hubbub.

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Hafen

Culturally diverse, a place to party all night long
Düsseldorf Medienhafen
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Together with Bilk, Flehe, Friedrichstadt, Hafen, Hamm, Oberbilk, Unterbilk, and Volmerswerth, Hafen is part of the third district of Düsseldorf, an area of special interest, as it is one of the most diverse parts of the city. Hafen itself hosts numerous nightclubs, bars and restaurants, art galleries and several landmark buildings. Other quarters like Volmerswerth and Flehe preserve their suburban charm, offering a more authentic taste of life in Düsseldorf. However, since most tourists will not venture past Hafen, we used this as the common denominator for the entire third district.

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Lichtenbroich

Business and residential area
Lichtenbroich: AirportCity business park
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Lichtenbroich, Mörsenbroich, Rath and Unterrath form the sixth district of Düsseldorf, north of the Center.This is a business and industrial area, with several good hotels, and the Düsseldorf Exhibition Center, which gets quite busy every other week, with exhibitions, conferences and other events. There are several other attractions in the area, but mostly this is a residential side of the city, with less tourist appeal.

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Oberkassel

A multicultural experience
Oberkasseler Brücke in Düsseldorf
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Oberkassel is part of the forth district of Düsseldorf, which also comprises Heerdt, Lörick, Niederkassel. Situated on the left side of the Rhine, just across the Central district of Düsseldorf, Oberkassel boasts superb views of the central skyline. The district boasts several interesting attractions, including a Japanese culture center, and the celebrated Eko-House surrounded by beautiful Japanese gardens.

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Altstadt (Center)Benrath DüsseltalEllerFlughafenGarathGrafenbergHafenLichtenbroichOberkassel

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