Südstadt Cologne, © Johannes Höhn | @pangea

City trips in NRW


Clas­sics and secret ad­vice

Vanilla scent may be wafting through the streets, beautiful pieces of art can be found in subway tunnels, and great orchestra concerts are played in small alleys: The cities in North Rhine-Westphalia keep having surprises in store even for those closely familiar with them. Unexpectedly green corners and cosy places along the waterfront provide a contrast to the trendy scene districts and shopping opportunities in historical city centres. No matter if you choose to visit Aachen, Münster, or Wuppertal: Join us on a tour of discovery through the cities in NRW!

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View to the old town of Münster, © @een_wasbeer XD X3

Mün­ster


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The Luisenviertel in Wuppertal, © Malte Reiter

Wup­per­tal


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Street Art by the artists Majabrothers, Ben Mathis and the Föns Crew in Kiefernstrasse in Düsseldorf., © Johannes Höhn

Düs­sel­dorf


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Essen Kettwig, © Johannes Höhn | @pangea

Es­sen


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The upper town in Siegen, © Universitätsstadt Siegen

Sie­gen


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Winterberg in the autumn fog, © Ferienwelt Winterberg

Win­ter­berg


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Johannisberg Bielefeld, © @jens.flachmann

Biele­feld


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KD-Ship on the Rhine in Cologne, © Johannes Höhn

Co­logne


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House facades of the Frankenberger Viertel in Aachen, © Johannes Höhn

Aachen


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Museum Ostwall Dortmunder U, © Frank Vinken | dwb

Dortmund


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Bonn Panorama Innenstadt, © Michael Sondermann, Bundesstadt Bonn

Bonn


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Old town Mönchengladbach, © Andreas Lousberg

Mönchenglad­bach


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