Whether you're in town for work or fun, Dusseldorf won't disappoint. The best bit is, all the top sights are within strolling distance of Ruby Coco, Ruby Leni, Ruby Luna and Ruby Carl. So let's get out there and explore…
If it's history you're after, the Altstadt is a good place to start. There, you'll find pretty buildings, quaint, cobbled backwaters and the legendary twisted spire of St Lambertus, along with art galleries and a museum or two.
When you're ready to wet your whistle, make a beeline for the Rhine. On a sunny day, the riverside promenade is hard to beat. So grab a seat, order an Altbier and watch the world – and the boats – go by.
If you're after something more substantial, dive back inland to bustling Carlsplatz, where foodies can have their fill of everything from currywurst to fine champagne.
Energy restored, make your next stop a spot of window-shopping. Königsallee (AKA the Kö) is arguably Germany's most stylish street. Lined with boutiques and big names, it's a people-watcher's paradise, even if your budget doesn't stretch to a designer souvenir.
As evening approaches, the dinner options are almost endless. If you’ve something livelier in mind though, don't miss the friendly pubs of Ratinger Strasse. Nicknamed ‘the longest bar in the world’, it's one of the city's oldest streets and an ideal spot to sample another snifter of the local brew. Cheers!