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Review of Loewensenf Mustard Museum and Shop, Dusseldorf

Super

Free; fun; a little bit educational

Captions only in German

...With a giant fibreglass mustard pot standing at the front doors, Dusseldorf?s Mustard Museum is easy to find. It?s actually situated at the back of the Loewensenf mustard shop on Bergerstrasse, a minutes walk from the Old Town Hall in the heart of Dusseldorf. To be fair the museum is more of a lure than a genuine attraction ? quite simply, they want to entice you there in the hope you?ll buy some...

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Review of Dusseldorf (Germany)

Super

Fun, scenic, eclectic, plenty of culture and loads of Altbier

Can be fairly pricy, limited accommodation types

...because the size does not exceed the 100ml limit. The wide tree-lined Königsallee (also known informally as the 'Kö') Düsseldorf's most upmarket shopping area but is a nice place to enjoy a stroll because between its two lanes of traffic, there's a peaceful park with a canal running through it. Look out on Königsallee for the 'Radschläger' or cartwheelers; this Düsseldorf tradition dates back to...

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Review of Ponte Vecchio, Dusseldorf

Super

Excellent value specials; lots of fish dishes if you like them

Smokers congregating around outdoor tables

...To say that Düsseldorf diners are spoilt for choice when it comes to restaurants is an understatement. In the city centre there are streets and streets of restaurants and cafes representing cuisines from all over the globe and we found making a decision very difficult. On our first night we had eaten in a German restaurant (that also had a few Balkan specialities on the menu I was interested to...

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