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Very small and quaint. This are is very near the international school and as a result houses many expats from around the world. The ruins are very cool and the city is full of history dating back to the Roman Empire.
Looking for a quiet vacation on the Rhine (Rhein) River close to Dusseldorf, Kaiserswerth is a small village with an old fashioned flair. This village is great for walking, biking, and taking a boat ride on the Rhine river. This location accessible to Dusseldorf by...More
We took a round trip from Dusseldorf by riverboat for 21 Euro per person, which included drinks (coffee, tea, Cola, beer) on board. The small town of Kaiserwerth offers churches, a ruined castle a quaint market street with small shops and bar/restaurants and some interesting...More
Definitely worth a trip out of the city to this lovely old village. It’s right on the Rhein and is great to walk through. We walked along the river, saw the old castle and had a beer in a shady beer garden overlooking the river....More
This is an area outside of Dusseldorf that's has a village like feel. It's a lovely place, very quiet but wonderful to walk around for an hour or so. Walk down the Main Street to the end and see the lovely river, the castle ruins...More
Kaiserswerth is located about 10km from downtown to the north. It is a peaceful community with some interesting historic sites, restaurants and gift shops. In good weather it’s a lovely place to spend a few hours, winter time visit is possible but not as pleasant....More
Kaiserswerth is a suburb of Dusseldorf easily reached by the U79 tram to Duisburg.
We spent a couple of hours in this quaint village and wish we had time for more. It has a number of interesting shops which are a touch pricey but the...More
When I'm in Europe I like to see as many castles as I can. Some are in great shape and some are in ruins. It doesn't matter… This is history you just need to absorb it.I am told this is one of the oldest parts...More