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Rheinturm, Dusseldorf

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Take in 360-degree views of the Dusseldorf city skyline from the top of Rheinturm. 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 Rheinturm on your trip to Dusseldorf, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Great Tower with an awesome panoramic view over Düsseldorf. Restaurant on the Top could be better (very little choices) - if you want the fine dinning one floor below (opens at 6pm) - you must... 
    Great Tower with an awesome panoramic view over Düsseldorf. Restaurant on the Top could be better (very little choices) - if you want the fine dinning one floor below (opens at 6pm) - you must...  more »
  • Spectacular panorama view over beautiful Düsseldorf. Enjoy tasty cakes and coffee in the Panorama restaurant and just enjoy the view 
    Spectacular panorama view over beautiful Düsseldorf. Enjoy tasty cakes and coffee in the Panorama restaurant and just enjoy the view  more »
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  • Very good overview on 168 meter height! There is a bar with fair priced sweets and drinks. On a clear day you can see cities from far away. Recommend you order ticket online to skip the queue time.
  • Wonderful way to see the city of Düsseldorf from way up. There is a small restaurant on the top that serves cakes, coffee and drinks. We visited on Sunday 7/17 around 1pm and the wait was not bad, but when we got to the register they would accept only cash. We bought the tickets online and scanned the codes at the scanning machine to go up. Wait to go down wasn’t that bad either.

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