The skyline of Düsseldorf is excitingly diverse. From historic landmarks to wonders of modern architecture, the city has it all. A tour of Düsseldorf is never complete without exploring its most beautiful buildings. Here’s our guide to the most beautiful spots to visit when you’re in town.
The Rathaus, or City Hall, was built between 1570 and 1573 by architect H. Tussmann, and redesigned and reconstructed over the following centuries. One of the oldest buildings in the city, it stands a proud witness to devastating wars and centuries of history. The gorgeous Renaissance complex, made of unpaved brick walls, consists of five wings and sprawls to the bank of the River Rhine.