One place to visit while in Düsseldorf is, Nordpark. It is a public park known for the decorative flowerbeds, sculptures, water features, fountains, playgrounds and trees that it is home to. The Japanese garden is one of its most popular features. It was a gift from the Japanese community to the citizens of Düsseldorf. The garden draws in thousands of tourists and locals each day. The 36.6-hectare park is one of the most renowned in Düsseldorf.
Another popular attraction is The Rheinturm. Also known as Rhine Tower, it is a 240.5 metre high concrete telecommunications tower in Düsseldorf. It is the tallest building in Düsseldorf and stands at 174.5 metres high. There is a revolving restaurant and an observation deck which is open to the public every day. In addition to that, the structure also houses the largest digital clock in the world. This was added on as an attraction.
Noted for its high fashion, luxury retail stores, and fashion showrooms as well as for its centrally located landscaped canal, The Königsallee is an urban boulevard in Düsseldorf. It is also known as Kö by the locals. The Königsallee is one of the most high end shopping streets in all of Germany. It is located in an exclusive part of the city. For those looking to shop in Düsseldorf, there are several other shopping malls, arcades, streets and boutiques in and around Düsseldorf.
There are 3 airports in or close to Düsseldorf; Düsseldorf International Airport, Köln Bonn Airport and Airport Weeze. Düsseldorf International Airport is the third largest airport in Germany and is the main international airport in Düsseldorf. It is located about 15 kilometers away from the main railway station. The airport is easily accessible by private and public transport.
There are very few Halal Restaurants in Düsseldorf. Muslim visitors should be able to find some in areas of the city or boroughs inhabited by Muslim immigrants.
There are a few mosques located in and around the city. One known mosque is located in the borough of Derendorf.