About Ann-Kristin B
Lives in Hamburg, Germany
Since Oct 2008
I was Born and raised in Hamburg. But after graduationg from high School I felt I wanted to see the world. That is why I decided to take a break and absolve voluntary worjk in Tanzania and a traineeship in South Africa as well as backpack through China and South America. When I came back I moved to the Netherlands to study International Tourism Management. I graduation in 2013 and am now living again in the most beautiful City of Hamburg where I also work in the tourism industry. I'm still crazy about travelling and cannot wait for my next trip :)
Historic Walking Areas
Take a Segway PT guided tour around the city center and the Rhine promenade. It's a great way to discover the city and get active at the same time.
Whether you take an hour cruise or a whole day, there are plenty of castles, churches, and towns to discover along the River Rhine. You'll love the feel of the fresh breeze as you explore the city from the water.
You can find the Dusseldorf Wildlife Park in the middle of Grafenberger Forest. There are more than 100 wild domestic animals here and, best of all, there is no entrance fee!
If you are looking to take a break from shopping — or just want to enjoy nature for a while — the Standehauspark is a huge, green oasis right in the heart of the city, with more than six hectares of lawns and lakes to discover.
Radstation is a bike rental outlet at the central station and, in summer, also pops-up on the Rhine promenade. Dusseldorf is the perfect city to discover on two wheels, and you're sure to enjoy exploring the beautiful bike lanes along the River Rhine.
The Rheinufer is said to be one of the most beautiful promenades in Germany. There are plenty of bars and cafes overlooking the Rhine — so you can watch the passing boats while having a drink or a meal — and it's also a great place for relaxing and people-watching, especially in the warm summer months.
The Kaiserpfalz Kaiserwerth is a ruin in Dusseldorf and the perfect destination for a bike trip. Cycle along the Rhine River and pause at the ruins to take a look around — it's a really beautiful area.
If you are interested in airplanes and airports and want to get close to the 'big birds' or learn how an airport looks from behind the scenes, you have to take a tour at DUS airport — one of the largest airports in Germany.