Rhine Tower, Dusseldorf

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Take in 360-degree views of the Dusseldorf city skyline from the top of Rhine Tower. At a height of 174 m (572 ft), the tower is the city's tallest building. An elevator takes you to the top. Here, you'll find a circular observation deck and revolving restaurant with sprawling views of the city and surrounding Rhenish country.

You can walk to the tower along the banks of the Rhine river to admire its looming presence in the city. Use our Dusseldorf trip website to visit Rhine Tower on your trip to Dusseldorf, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • The Rhine Tower is always an eye catcher and stands together with the Rhine knee bridge for the city image of Düsseldorf... The changing lights on the exterior especially pretty at night show time ⌚️. Just test whether you rausbekommt the logic without instructions you can save yourself the visit to the Tower, this is quite boring
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  • To climb the Tower of TV should get off at the stop of tram Landtag/Kniebrücke (direction Neuss). The entrance fee €9 (prices reduced to children and older). From its viewpoint to 168 meters you can enjoy the historic centre of the city, the new port area of Medienhafen, the impressive meander of the Rhine through the Center and on the horizon you can see the neighboring cities of Cologne, Leverkusen, Duisburg You can take a coffee (2.5-€3) while enjoying the 360 ° views.
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  • The view is great and even if €9 are not a little, I think it's still ok. Very disappointing, I found the bar and also the seating areas are rather spartan. There you could offer anything much more beautiful with little money. By "Sky Bars", I'm used to something better...
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  • View is amazing in a clear day of course. Try to get before 11 am for the early bird price-5 euros- just to go up on the elevator. food and drinks are a bit overpriced, but I believe that should be depending the point of view and where you are coming from ;). Worth the early bird money for the view.
  • Only 5,00€ before 11:00 am. 10€ after. Great place to relax and enjoy the views.
  • Highly overrated. Food is terrible and place is old and expensive. Dusseldorf is much prettier from the ground than seen above.
  • went to this place twice and will come back again. it has a little fee but really worth the money. Great view over Dusseldorf, recommended
  • Located on the banks of the Rhine, it's a huge tower I should say. It's a little overpriced though. But all in all, it provides a nice look to the whole area.

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Where to stay in Dusseldorf

The Old City, Altstadt, is the center of the action and offers a number of hotels and guesthouses. For quiet evenings and a view of the Old City consider the Oberkassel/Niederkassel area on the other side of the Rhine river. There is inexpensive accommodation in the Unterbilk area near the university, along with a collection of bars, restaurants, and cafes.
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