Travel Bug’s 3 Fascinating Facts About Dusseldorf

Dusseldorf: Travel Bug's 3 Fascinating Facts

‘Travel Bug booked himself (and his humans) and sneaky flight to Dusseldorf recently so they could have a long weekend…’

He hadn’t visited before but found out some very, very interesting stuffs from the local bugs.  These are his 3 Fascinating Facts about Dusseldorf:

Little Tokyo

Düsseldorf has the largest number of Japanese people in the whole of Germany, and the 3rd largest population in Europe.  This is because there are so many Japanese companies based in the city and their employees and families live and work there.

Travel Bug’s human Dad is Chinese, so he’s seen a lot of China towns on his adventures. This is his first time in a Japan Town, so he was very excited. He had bubble tea and sushi.

Good Living

Düsseldorf residents have, on average, good levels of pay, making it one of the highest ranking cities in Europe.  It was also voted the 6th best city in the world in to live in back in 2012.

Travel Bug thinks he might stay for a little while.  His humans only give him a little bit of shell money for carne, but he reckons if they had more money, maybe he’d get a bigger allowance…

Cartwheels

Legend has it that children in Dusseldorf celebrated the city’s victory in the Battle of Worringen back in the day by doing cartwheels and now it’s a popular past time.

Dusseldorf has statues of cartwheeling humans and cartwheeling cartoon figures, but not a single cartwheeling bug.

Travel Bug knows this is mainly because bugs have pretty short arms and they can’t actually do cartwheels.  TTB might still come back to the city for the annual cartwheeling competition, just to see how it’s done.

Do you have any other fascinating facts about Dusseldorf to share with the Travel Bug?

 

TTB x 

 

 

The Travel Bug's3 Fascinating Facts

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