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Düsseldorf is a city that knows how to have fun, despite its reputation as a major financial center. After all, this is the city of 'five seasons', with the fifth season dedicated to carnival time. Floats, parades and a riot of colorful street costumes make this a delightful time for kids of all ages. Düsseldorf is also known for its love of cartwheeling, something of a city-wide obsession. Family-friendly spectacle seems to run in the Düsseldorfers’ blood.

Things to see in Düsseldorf



Düsseldorf’s history certainly comes to life in the Old Town. There are statues of those cartwheeling kids, whom legend says started the tradition to celebrate a famous victory in the Middle Ages. There are cobbled alleyways with traditional German toy stores, and a church with a wonderfully twisted spire. The district is ringed by pretty parks, with opportunities for lovely walks along the Rhine. The river is a great day out in itself. Taking a boat cruise from the Rheinuferpromenade is an exciting prospect for kids. Even more exciting, perhaps, is a trip to the top of the Rheinturm. This impressive tower looms some 790 feet over the city. After being whizzed up to its sky-high observation platform, you will be treated to spectacular views over Düsseldorf and beyond. It even has a revolving restaurant. Lastly, for a spot of educational fun, try the Aquazoo Löbbecke Museum. It manages to combine an aquarium, terrarium and insectarium, all under one roof!

Family-friendly hotels in Düsseldorf



Family-friendly hotels in Düsseldorf are plentiful, and they provide some great kid-friendly services, thanks to Germany's positive approach to childcare. Baby-sitting services and childcare services are excellent. Choose carefully and you'll find that the more family-friendly hotels in Düsseldorf have play facilities or pools suitable for children. And if you're clever with your booking dates—avoiding times when there are big trade fairs in town—you can find some very affordable Düsseldorf hotel rates too.

Where to stay in Düsseldorf



The central districts are a great place to start looking for family-friendly hotels in Düsseldorf. Many streets here are pedestrianized or easily traveled around by tram. You can actually find some great child-friendly accommodation in the Old Town (Altstadt). With its easy walking to most of the city's sights—and its pleasant nearby parks—this can be a pleasant, stress-free option. There are also plenty of family-friendly hotels in Düsseldorf's Stadtmitte district. Around the main railway station of Hauptbahnhof, you can find some very affordable rates. Another option for family-friendly hotels in Düsseldorf is the Pempelfort area, usefully close to the wonderful park and gardens of Hofgarten.

How to get to Düsseldorf



Traveling to Düsseldorf with kids is easy enough, as the main airport, Düsseldorf International Airport, has a direct rail link into Düsseldorf's main station. You will find yourself in central districts after just a 12-minute ride. Once there, Düsseldorf's trams and underground metro provide affordable and convenient options for reaching your hotel. Alternatively, a taxi from the airport should get you close to a central hotel within 20 minutes. The city's trams and underground metro are also safe and simple means for getting around town to see the sights with the kids.

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