Kaiserswerth – the oldest part of Düsseldorf located in the north.
The historic district directly on the Rhine with its historic old town, the picturesque ruins of the “Kaiserpfalz” and the Rhine promenade, this historic jewel is not only a popular destination for Düsseldorf residents, but also for visitors from all over the world.
The immediate vicinity of Kaiserswerth is also ideal for wonderful walks, long hikes and bike rides.
In the town center, neat baroque houses with a wide range of shops and the St. Suitbertus Basilica on Stiftsplatz await your visit. But Kaiserswerth is not only historically but also culinary, with its gastronomic offers up to the gourmet restaurant, a trip to the north is worthwhile.
The charming Lower Rhine landscape as well as the nearby art and culture world of Düsseldorf guarantees a variety of activities in every season. In the summer months it is advisable to plan a boat trip between Kaiserswerth and downtown Düsseldorf.
Despite the village atmosphere, Düsseldorf Airport can be reached in 10 minutes, the international trade fair in 10 minutes and downtown Düsseldorf in 15 minutes.
You also have direct underground connections to the exhibition center and the city center.