Numerous companies from the media and advertising industries have settled in this area, as have fashion and design companies with large-scale exhibition spaces. A multiplex cinema, numerous restaurants, a nightclub, clubs and lounges add to the lively nightlife.
January 2, 2018
The Medienhafen is a popular nightlife district in Düsseldorf. Here you will find something for every taste: Whether bar, restaurant, beer garden, disco, pub, snack bar or fine dining is desired, here you will find a wide selection. To get started, walk along Hammer Straße and from there head towards the Rhine.
May 26, 2018
It is a must for architecture fans: the MedienHafen in Düsseldorf shines with big names. With the three-part, organically shaped building ensemble Neuer Zollhof, star architect Frank O. Gehry has created a real Düsseldorf landmark.But David Chipperfield, Joe Coenen, Steven Holl and Claude Vasconi also contributed to the fact that the tour through the formerly fallow harbor area is one of the tourist highlights today. The foresight of the city, which did not carry out any renovation work here, but instead gave plot by plot of land individually a new use, is bearing many fruits. Not only are 700 companies located in the MedienHafen, some of the best and most popular restaurants in the city are also located here. For those who want to delve deeper into the world of the MedienHafen, we recommend a guided tour by Düsseldorf Tourismus GmbH.duesseldorf-tourismus.de/attraktionen/medienhafen-8d6cd381bf
December 12, 2020
Düsseldorf-Hafen is a district of Düsseldorf characterized by industry, logistics, trade and office use with only 130 inhabitants, which corresponds to a population density of 34 inhabitants / km² on a total area of 3.79 km²; This makes it the most sparsely populated of the 50 districts of Düsseldorf. A large part of the area is occupied by the Düsseldorf commercial port, which opened in 1896; it is the third largest inland port in Germany and part of Neuss-Düsseldorfer Häfen GmbH & Co. KG. The Hafen district belongs to the 3rd district.For a long time, the port was not perceived as a part of the city, as this area was a large (partly closed off) industrial area. The rededication of the parts of the port area bordering on Unterbilk to the so-called “media port”, which started in the 1990s, and the subsequent new construction with partly architecturally ambitious buildings brought the area to the public consciousness.
January 4, 2020
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