CorelDraw Map Dusseldorf Germany

Düsseldorf is the capital city of the North Rhine-Westphalia state in Germany and is known for its diverse neighborhoods and districts. Each district has its unique character, and here is a brief description of some of the notable ones:

  1. Altstadt (Old Town): Altstadt is the historic heart of Düsseldorf, known for its charming cobblestone streets, historic buildings, and the Rhine River promenade. It’s a hub of culture, with numerous museums, galleries, and the famous “longest bar in the world,” which is a collection of bars and restaurants lining the streets.
  2. Medienhafen (Media Harbor): This district underwent a transformation from an industrial harbor area to a modern, stylish district. It’s characterized by iconic architecture, including the Gehry Buildings. You’ll find upscale restaurants, bars, and corporate offices here.
  3. Pempelfort: Pempelfort is a trendy and lively neighborhood with a mix of historic and modern buildings. It’s known for its boutique shops, cafes, and parks. The Nordpark is a particularly beautiful green space in this district.
  4. Flingern: Flingern is a diverse neighborhood with distinct east and west sections. It’s a creative hub with numerous art studios, galleries, and a burgeoning nightlife scene. This district has a more alternative and bohemian atmosphere.
  5. Oberkassel: Oberkassel is an affluent neighborhood on the west bank of the Rhine River. It’s known for its elegant villas, upscale shops, and fine dining. The Rheinwiesen park offers a beautiful view of the city skyline.
  6. Golzheim: Golzheim is a quiet, residential area known for its spacious parks, including the Hofgarten and the Botanical Garden. It’s an ideal place for families and those seeking a peaceful atmosphere.
  7. Benrath: Benrath is a district in the southern part of Düsseldorf, famous for Schloss Benrath, an 18th-century palace surrounded by beautiful gardens. It’s a quieter area with a more suburban feel.
  8. Gerresheim: Gerresheim is a historic district with a charming village atmosphere. The St. Margareta Basilica and the Gerresheim Church are notable landmarks. It’s a peaceful residential area.
  9. Unterrath: Located near the Düsseldorf Airport, Unterrath is primarily a residential neighborhood with a mix of housing options. It’s convenient for those who frequently travel and want easy access to the airport.
  10. Eller: Eller is a diverse district with a mix of residential and industrial areas. It offers a range of amenities, including shopping centers, parks, and schools.
  11. Hamm: Hamm is known for its green spaces and parks, including the Volksgarten and Südpark. It’s a residential area with a mix of housing options.

These are just a few of the many districts and neighborhoods in Düsseldorf. Each has its own unique charm and appeal, catering to a wide range of lifestyles and preferences.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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