With the Rhine and Ruhr right on our doorstep, two strong rivers flow through Duisburg. Many influences come together here. The flair of the Ruhr area mixes with the relaxed atmosphere of the Lower Rhine. Between industrial culture and modern architecture, one experiences culture, leisure and history in interplay.
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The successful structural change is represented by the city center with its shopping opportunities and the Duisburg Inner Harbor. As a cultural mile, it is one of the city's top destinations. Many restaurants and bars invite you to linger.
The Duisburg-Nord Landscape Park is an absolute magnet for visitors. The 180-hectare area of the former iron and steel works offers space for recreation, adventure and culture. At night, Jonathan Park's light installation illuminates the park in bright colors.
Duisburg's museum landscape is also well worth a visit. The Lehmbruck Museum shows national and international sculptures. The MKM Museum Küppersmühle features works by renowned artists such as Jörg Immendorf and Anselm Kiefer. The highlight of the Kultur- und Stadthistorisches Museum is the Gerhard Mercator treasure chamber, and in the Binnenschifffahrtsmuseum everything revolves around life on board.
Duisburg - a city of exciting contrasts! Whether it's the Duisburg Zoo, the Sechs-Seen-Platte recreation area or a harbor cruise in the world's largest inland port - at the end of the RuhrtalRadweg, the variety of experiences is far from over.