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2019 | EVENT PREVIEW CHECK OUT THE EXHIBITORS


With more than 3,000 exhibitors to choose from and a total exhibition area of more than 170,000m2


, it makes sense to plan


your time at the show before you head off. The good news is that you can search for participating companies by name and by product using the daily-updated online K2019 database. To search by company, click here To search by products, click here You can also locate companies using


the interactive floorplan which can be found here


SOAK UP SOME CULTURE There is more to Dusseldorf than K – it is the capital of North Rhine- Westphalia, after all. The city is home to more than 100 galleries and museums but the biggest is the Museum Kunstpalast, located in the centre of the city near Königsallee. During the fair, the Kunstpalast’s special events include: a retrospective of Dortmund-born artist Norbert Tadeusz, including around 40 paintings and works on paper; and an exhibition of art created in the former East Germany. Find out more here


TRY THE RETAIL EXPERIENCE If retail is your thing – and especially designer goods – then Dusseldorf will not disappoint. Königsallee – known as ‘Kö’ to locals – includes many of Europe’s leading fashion names and is likened with Knightsbridge in London or Fifth Avenue in New York. But neither of those locations can boast a setting to match the tree-lined man-made ‘river’ that runs through this premium shopping district. Catch the flavour here: http://bit.ly/K2019konigsallee


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ORGANISE YOUR TRAVEL Dusseldorf is well connected and getting around the city is easy thanks to its excellent public transport network. And don’t forget that your admission ticket for the exhibition allows you to use the local buses and trains for free. Full details of this offer can be found in the Messe Dusseldorf travel guide along with lots of information about travelling to and around the city. It also contains plenty of useful maps. Download the guide from here


DON’T FORGET THE ALTBIER! Regular K visitors will already know that Dusseldorf’s local brew is the Altbier, a malty copper-coloured ale of around 4.5% strength produced using a special top-fermented lagering method. The name translates as ‘old beer’ but is actually derived from the Latin word ‘altus’, which means ‘high’ and refers to way the yeast rises during brewing. Try it out in one of the city’s on-premise brew-pubs. Details of these and a short history of Altbier can be found here: http://bit.ly/K2019altbier


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