But for nesting, occasional partying, and quality of life--definitely Duss. Brasserie Refined but relaxed excellence. Dusseldorf's cultural scene is extremely impressive for a city its size just under, with a world class opera and ballet; a musical heritage that ranges from Robert Schumann to Kraftwerk; and numerous internationally renowned art museums. Frauenschwoof zakk in Flingern. TripAdvisor LLC is not responsible for content on external web sites. Visit the home of Altbeer. Sign In Sign Up.
The Aldstadt is a wonderful place to go out.
The gay scene in Düsseldorf
Anyone can suggest anything to do in Sundays? There is a lot more gay life in Koeln - I know a few people there who could help - just let me know. The team has both gays and lesbians. But Dusseldorf dwarfs it both politically as the capital of Germany's North Rhine-Westphalia state and in terms of fashion and shopping options, and Dusseldorfers are quick to provide myriad other reasons why theirs is simply the better dorf. Unless you live south, the weather in Germany generally sucks. I would encourage any able bodied, fitness-minded people to look into it. That being said, Duss has much more of a big village feel.
What are the most popular tours in Dusseldorf? I wondered if there were many lgbt on the forum, if there are any lgbt meets and what the gay scene was like in the area. I like Cafe Rico in Cologne, on Rudolfplatz and theirbrunch options are very good there. Can you tell us about life there -- is it a great city to live in? Cologne has a much more interesting gay nigh life.