Thanks to our wide network of professionals, we are able to offer you this interpreting service in a large number of languages.
Our interpreters, who work to and from German, are professionals with considerable experience who are specialized in their respective areas. They will work with the documentation obtained and, if necessary, prepare the meeting with the client over the telephone or face to face.
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Düsseldorf is the capital of the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia and located in the Rhine-Ruhr Metropolitan Region. The city was founded on 14th August 1288 by Duke Adolph von Berg, and has become one of Germany’s the most important cultural and financial centres.
Düsseldorf has a little more than 600,000 inhabitants, amongst who lives the largest Japanese community in Germany, the only Japantown in the country.
What is there to do in Düsseldorf?
– The “festival town” of Düsseldorf, has a lot to offer. Düsseldorf is the fashion capital of Germany, and everybody who is interested, can enjoy the impressive variety of clothing the city has to offer. You could go and stroll down the “Kö”, as locals call the Königsallee, and have a look at the various shopping centres. The Secens Center can be found right next to the Kö, in 2001 it received the tradeshow MIPIM’s (Market for the International Property Trade) award for best shopping centre. Another option would be the “Düsseldorfer Arkaden”, where you can find luxurious brands as well as shops catering to your basic needs.
– But if you are feeling a little peckish you should go to the city’s old town. There you will find a plethora of bars, restaurants, and clubs, which are the reason for Düsseldorf’s nickname, “the world’s longest bar”.
– But there is also a lot to discover in terms of art, culture and modern architecture. One of the city’s landmarks is the Rheinturm, located on the banks of the river Rhine, which with its 240.50 metres, dominates Düsseldorf’s skyline, of which the Rheinkniebrücke, a bridge, also is an integral part. On the other bank of the river Rhine, are the Rheinpark Bild and the Media Harbour. The park houses the Neue Zollhof, with its three buildings designed by Frank Gehry and the “Colorium”.
– Besides surprising with its modern architecture, Düsseldorf is also home to a staggering number of museums. For example the two art museums; K20 (20th-century art) in the Grabbeplatz, and K21 (late 20th-century and early 21st-century art) in the “Ständehaus”.
– Spend an enjoyable evening in the cabaret Kom(m)ödchen (small chest of drawers/ small comedy), in the city’s historic centre. Founded in 1947, it is the Federal Republic of Germany’s oldest cabaret.
– Another place, which is worth a visit is the Aquazoo-Löbbecke Museum (Aquarium and Museum of Natural History), which with its around 400,000 annual visitors, is Düsseldorf most visited museum.
– If you are in need of a little rest, go and relax in one of the city’s many parks and gardens, which are the reason for Düsseldorf’s other nickname, “Garden city”.
During carnival, you can dress up and enjoy one of the oldest carnivals in the Rhineland, and furthermore you can experience the Rheinlanders’ famous hospitality.