© Image courtesy of Rheinturm
Situated on the edge of Southern city center and at the entrance of the MedienHafen, the Rheinturm is the outstanding landmark on the skyline of Rhine in Düsseldorf. Built in between the years 1979 to 1982 by the architect H. Deilmann, the tower gives the spectacular view of the North Rhine-Westphalian parliament building (Landtag) and Westdeutscher Rundfunk, the building of the public broadcaster. At the height of 172, 5 meters the Rheinturm will offer you to experience the unusual kind of gastronomy in its Restaurant Top 180 and Bar & Lounge M 168.
If you miss this 240.5 meters high glass fronted restaurant definitely you will be very unlucky as you will miss then a lot of things- the delightful and delicious gastronomic experience, one of the most panoramic view of the city, the harmonious atmosphere, distinctive style and classic elegance. Moreover, the restaurant gently revolves round in its own axis with the relaxing music that offers you the breathtaking views of the city and the Rhine.
Below the restaurant its bar and lounge is located as the viewing platform that offers its guests the marvelous wines from its enriched cellar in order to satisfy their discerning taste.