Leverkusen is an industrial town in Germany located in the Northern Rhine - Westphalia, on the Rheine River between Dusseldorf and Koln. The population of this city estimated 161.3 thousands of people in 2005.
Leverkusen is the main department of the famous pharmaceutical company “Bauer”. Here is located the football club with the same name.
This city features the oldest, most beautiful and picturesque Japanese Garden. Seems, just to make this place look even more beautiful, the garden is surrounded by factories and their pipes, which make the contrast even more vivid. In this garden you can finally understand the philosophy of Japan. Spring is an exceptionally good time for visiting this place as on this time of the year all trees and plants in the garden start blooming, making the complete picture truly stunning. The beauty of the Japanese Garden amazed its visitors starting directly from its main entrance.
Football lovers can visit the stadium and feel the splash of emotions from a football match. Tourists are welcome to visit the local bar and express their feelings with a glass of beer, looking a TV that broadcasts football games.
In 2010 a new trading center and a main city’s town hall were opened in the center of Leverkusen. New technologies and achievements of the architecture were used in the building, so it looks truly spectacular. The roof of the town hall resembles a flying soccer of a huge size. It glows at night because the “soccer” is the location of many cafes, bars and boutiques that produce this “cosmic light”.
Read further: Leverkusen cityguide
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