The city offers quite an exciting nightlife. The Old Town has more than its share of gay and gay friendly watering holes, and you will certainly find some action in the few nightlife hangout spots that make this city a definite must see on any visit to the region. But if you search hard enough, you can find a good deal. Very benevolent staff, nice garden, clean comfortable room, good breakfast served by a charming lady, etc. Duss has the rep of being snooty, but I haven't really experienced that. Hi Guys, I see there is a lot of great information from all of you that been here longer. Cologne has a much more interesting gay nigh life.
Also, I believe the Dolphins do a gay yoga, but I haven't inquired about the details yet. Anyone can suggest anything to do in Sundays? Anyone wishing to meet like-minded people can choose between the many cafés, bars and clubs of the gay and lesbian scene. There are a couple of dance clubs and a handful of bars located mostly in one section of Duss. He also provided transportation to the airport. I don't drink or party, so I always find it difficult to find my niche, no matter where I am. For us, I find the standard of living much higher in Duss. The city acts as a hub of fine arts, because of the world famous art collections, opera, and theatres.
. I am told you can attend three practices for free, but then you will be asked to join, which is about 80 euros. Gay Dusseldorf Dusseldorf is undoubtedly one of the most fabulous cities in the world! However, yesterday I attended a swim practice with the gay team, the Düsseldorf Dolphins. Summers are lovely though, although too short. Moving over to Western Germany, this medium size city of well over a half million is just calling your name. Below we show a Düsseldorf cruising map with all cruising areas and spots that shared our gay community.
The Rhein area is really great on a summer evening. If anyone knows of any other things like this, I would definitely be interested! The team has both gays and lesbians. We got a 105 m 2 altbau a 5 minute walk from the Kö for 800 warm. Hi Mike I can't help you too much with Düsseldorf but there's quite a lot of cafes, bars and clubs in Cologne. It ranked number 6 on Mercer's 2012 Quality of Living Survey. The city is quite lonely and I discovered the English cinema, but I saw what is on and there is nothing new this weekend. They produce electronic music and have received world-wide attention.
I think most Dusselgays make the trek south on weekends. I like Cafe Rico in Cologne, on Rudolfplatz and theirbrunch options are very good there. I hope I can get any ideas. Adam, if youre ever looking for an aussie to catch up with for a beer and a laugh, then do let me know!! You can vote the area and leave a comment for the rest of the community guys know your opinion, and if you want people to know you're in the area, do not hesitate to check in. You can visit multiple pubs and a few different breweries to experience Altbier firsthand. Winters are a bit dark and damp. I went to Aroma for drinks once but that was all, I wonder about the monthly parties? Gay and lesbian scene in Düsseldorf Düsseldorf is an open-minded city — the lively gay, lesbian and transsexual scene also contributes to this.
Not the standard hotel , just 12 rooms ver. I moved here to be with my partner. I also moved here with my partner 2 months ago from Amsterdam, therefore we'd had not much time to check out the scene, but we have been to Cologne witch is quite fun. I just want to try this again. There is also a small gay pride every year.
But we were lucky we actually took the first thing we saw and got it! But for nesting, occasional partying, and quality of life--definitely Duss. Yes, there is a not-so-big gay scene here as well as a monthly party Mantanz. We moved up here so I wouldn't have to battle with that awful commute to and fro every morning. Excellent breakfast service and above all very comfort room clean andtotally new. But there is a small diverse scene here including a big dance event, I believe, a couple times a month. Well I spent my first year in Düsseldorf and then moved to Cologne after that! Most of the bars are on or next to Charlottenstr, near the Banhoff.
I believe most gays head south to Cologne for their partying needs. Other than the various pubs, there are many venues that feature live music. I love Cologne, but there always seemed to be a sense of chaos in the air. The music scene in Dusseldorf is huge! Dusseldorf also receives praise for their Altbier, which is an old school beer brewed right here in the city! The popularity of electronic music has skyrocketed in Germany, mostly because of the band Kraftwerk. A manager was so kind that met us at the U-station and brought to the hotel. I always liked the lifestyle in Düsseldorf but found the people much more approachable and relaxed in Cologne. It has a pretty good scene.
The most renowned art collection is the North Rhine-Westphalia collection. There cakes for afternoon tea are also divine!! I have lived in Düsseldorf for about three months now. Now we're contemplating buying something here. With its regular events, it offers residents of Düsseldorf and visitors to the city great entertainment. I would encourage any able bodied, fitness-minded people to look into it.