When you think about Dusseldorf, you might imagine the Königsallee, the fancy and expensive shopping street, or the Old Town, called the longest bar in the world. But apart from these sights Dusseldorf with its 50 districts offers much more. Beautiful streets with old Art Nouveau houses, small neighborhoods, quiet streets with owner-managed shops; nice cafes and restaurants invite you to stroll around and linger. And if you like green areas, you can relax in numerous parks and of course along the rivers Rhine and Düssel. Historical and modern buildings often lie side by side. International flair combines with the original Düsseldorf Rheinish cheerfulness which makes life in this city adorable.We would like to give you a taste of all this on a walk and look forward to receiving your Greet requests.
Personal and free
Greeter welcome guests to their city and take them on an individual tour. We love our city and will accompany you through our city - completely free of charge, as is common among friends. You will experience very personal and individual tours and can learn about everyday life in our city.