Posted 19 Oct Hey, I'm new to living in Dusseldorf moving there at the start of November. I wondered if there were many lgbt on the forum, if there are any lgbt meets and what the gay scene was like in the area. Posted 20 Oct If you
Gay dating dusseldorf on "Bars and Cafes" on the following link there's some info there in German tho!
My partner and I just moved to Duss from Cologne.
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Yes there is a gay scene here, although not nearly as big as Cologne. But there is a small diverse scene here including a big dance event, I believe, a couple times a month. Most of the bars are on or next to Charlottenstr, near the Banhoff.
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But Cologne is only a 30 minute train ride away. It has a pretty good scene. I think most Dusselgays make the trek south on weekends. But, it really isn't so bad here.
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Posted 12 Apr I also moved here with my partner 2 months ago from Amsterdam, therefore we'd
Gay dating dusseldorf not much time to check out the scene, but we have been to Cologne witch is quite fun. We stop by a restaurant called " SIN " that was fantastich!
I went to Aroma for drinks once but that was all, I wonder about the monthly parties?
Posted 13 Apr Yes, there is a not-so-big gay scene here as well as a monthly party Mantanz. There are a couple of dance clubs and a handful of bars located mostly in one section of Duss. We're not big bar hoppers so don't go out in the scene much.
There is also a small gay pride every year.
"Gay dating dusseldorf" believe most gays head south to Cologne for their partying needs. Cologne has a much more interesting gay nigh life. So to sum up, there is a small gay scene that's enough to get you by on the nights you don't want to travel to Cologne. That being said, Duss has much more of a big village feel.
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The Rhein area is really great on a summer evening. The Aldstadt is a wonderful place to go out. The arts scene here rivals with Cologne they have a much better Opera here than CGN, for example and actually have a replica of the Old Globe theater across the river in Neuss. For us, I find the standard of living much higher in Duss.
It's a city that you can easily walk around in. I love Cologne, but there always seemed to be a sense of chaos in the air. But I do think Colonians are a bit friendlier. Duss has the rep of being snooty, but
Gay dating dusseldorf haven't really experienced that. But for nesting, occasional partying, and quality of life--definitely Duss.
As for housing, what are you looking for? But we were lucky we actually took the
Gay dating dusseldorf thing we saw and got it! But if you search hard enough, you can find a good deal. Unless you live south, the weather in Germany generally sucks. Winters are a bit dark and damp.
Summers are lovely though, although too short. It's nice when the sun sets abt 10PM! We moved up here so I wouldn't have to battle with that awful commute to and fro every morning. We were pleasantly surprised just how much we liked it here Now we're contemplating buying something here.
Posted 20 Apr I just want to try this again. Anyone can suggest anything to do in Sundays?
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The city is quite lonely and I discovered the English
Gay dating dusseldorf, but I saw what is on and there is nothing new this weekend.
Posted 15 Jun Ive been in Cologne 9 years since then!! What to do on a Sunday after a jog?? I like Cafe Rico in Cologne, on Rudolfplatz and theirbrunch options are very good there. There cakes for afternoon tea are also divine!!
Adam, if youre ever looking for an aussie to catch up with for a beer and a laugh, then do let me know!! July 19first day of the Rhein Kirmes is Pink Monday, to quote "50, homosexuals on a mission to have a good time".
Posted 7 Oct Would be more than happy to hear from you guys. Posted 9 Jan Following on from this topic, does anyone know if there's a gay scene in Bonn.
I've been here two years but haven't been out much. Posted 23 Jul I moved here to
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Good luck and welcome! Also, what do you guys do in Sundays? Hi, We're Americans, considering a move to Dusseldorf. Can you tell us about life there -- is it a great city to live in? Thanks very much, Mike. I'll keep you posted! I can't find any Museum or other stuff to do after my morning jog. I hope I can get any ideas. If anyone knows of any other things like this, I would definitely be interested!
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