Dusseldorf Shopping

Between the River Rhine and Konigsallee's shopping row, Old Town is the place to leisurely browse avant-garde and boutique shops. Restaurants are also found along the pedestrian alleyways. The cobblestone streets and traditional-styled buildings are charming. Locals and visiting people frequent the cafes and taverns. The beautiful public promenade is also nearby for walks.

Located in Altstadt, this upscale department store has up-scale beauty products, fashion, home wares and a large deli section in the basement serving a wide variety of international specialties. Helpful sales staff members are always ready to assist. With its fabulous in-store layout and stunning architecture, this store is a pleasant place to shop. A convenient car park is found below the building.

The place to find designer clothing and fashion accessories on Konigsallee, Eickhoff carries name brands like Dior and Gucci. The store attractively presents a wide selection items like dresses, heels, boots and bags. The staff provides shoppers with an elite shopping experience that includes extras like champagne and specialty snack foods. They are also skilled fashion consultants that assist the buyers to find just the clothing and added touches desired. When shoppers come in twos or more, the buyer can try on clothing while their companions sit comfortably sipping coffee or tea.

Heinemann Confiserie
Known for its wonderful chocolates and candies, Heinemann Confiserie is the place to find hand-made confections. Visitors should plan to spend some time at this shop. The establishment also serves meals that are reasonably priced. Dining is offered indoors and outdoors. Roast beef, local cheeses and salmon are on the menu. Some shoppers stop in and order a piece of cake and coffee. The shop is found in two Dusseldorf locations, one at Ko-Center and the other on Blumenstrasse. This specialty shop is the most famous candy store in the city.

Mayersche Buchandlung
Located on Konigsallee, this shop offers excellent deals on books and other merchandise. One of a chain of American-style bookstores, Mayersche Buchandlung has numerous books and DVDs. A section is dedicated to children's books. The mega-store has such as souvenirs of the city, stationery and journals just like a Barnes & Noble bookstore has. The amiable sales staff are very helpful in locating a particular book or book type that a shopper wants, and they will order a book if they do not have it in stock.