Duisburg Marina
Duisburg Marina
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North Rhine Westphalia, Germany
Berth Characteristics
  • berths
  • Max Length 60 m
  • Max Draught 5 m
Radio Channel

You can reach Duisburg by calling VHF0.

Duisburg marina is located in the city with the same name, in the Region of North Rhine-Westphalia. A port in the heart of the Ruhr Valley the area shows a very clean environment despite the area’s history. Monuments on the river bed remind of the industrial era that ended a few decades ago, and t

Facilities of Duisburg

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  • Water
  • Dressing rooms
  • Electricity
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Berth prices updated for 2020

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The neighborhood

Duisburg is located in North Rhine Westphalia.

The most populated state of Germany rich in tradition and culture - North Rhine-Westphalia is a German state established in 1946 by the merger of the famous Rhineland and the region of Westphalia. These two were both provinces of Prussia fact that makes North Rhine-Westphalia a superb vacation destination filled with rich history and culture. 

The state is put on the map by a total of 54 municipalities, and the largest are the four top cities of Cologne, Düsseldorf, Dortmund and Essen. These famous towns are packed with cultural and religious establishments that will amaze you.

The Cologne Cathedral (Kölner Dom in German) is a superb venue that will impress you with its Gothic architecture and immense size. The construction took approximately 600 years to finish and is one of the most breath-taking cathedrals in Europe. In 1884, this religious landmark was proclaimed the tallest building in the world because of its twin spires. Explore the gorgeous altars and outstanding paintings inside.The Cathedral is the host of the magnificent masterpiece The Shrine of The Three Kings. Designed by the world-renowned Nicolas Verdun, the shrine is the best surviving proof of Mosan artwork in Germany.

If you are a fan of football, we suggest visiting the Signal Iduna Park. It is known by football fanatics from all over the world as the temple of Dortmund. This magnificent arena is the home of Germany’s champions Borussia Dortmund. With a capacity of 90000 seats, it is the largest stadiums in Germany and the seventh biggest in Europe. Explore this fantastic venue and admire the many trophies, as well as the beautiful Deutscher Pokal, won by Borussia during the 2002-2003 season. 

German cuisine is - fabulous and will surprise your taste buds with quality dishes like Kohlroulade (Cabbage rolls), Weihnachtsgans (Roasted goose), Sauerbraten (Roasted horse meat) and Flädlesuppe (Traditional pancakes). Enjoy a romantic dinner with your loved one in the many luxurious restaurants: Zippiri Gourmetwerkstatt & Wein-Bar, Bulgogi Haus, Marcellino, Ristorante Al Solito Posto, Lommerzheim, Gaststaette Bei Oma Kleinmann and Lam Hoa.

Pamper yourself in the best hotels in North Rhine-Westphalia that will amaze you with exceptional rooms, fantastic views and German hospitality. The top rated establishments feature names like ibis Dortmund West, Ashok Hotel, ibis Styles Dortmund West, Management - Business Suiten, Days Inn Dortmund West and Waldhotel Hülsenhain.

Prepare for the most impressive holiday in this region and you will not be disappointed by the rich history, cultural traditions and most luxurious spots in Germany. Choose North Rhine-Westphalia to be your destination and you will not be disappointed.

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