Europa Hotel - Dusseldorf

Kirchfeldstrasse, Dusseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, 40215, Germany
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one day in dusseldort

by Advnt

Hi

I'm thinking of doing something crazy: arrive at Weeze airport 8.50am, get into town, see the sights, then back on a plane at 10pm!

So there are a few things to consider:
1. How far is the airport to city centre?
2. What are the top attractions in Dusseldorf? Eg musuem, gallery, park?
3. Can I get an One Day Travel Card to get around town?
4. Is there a city walking or bus tour?
5. A good place to eat?

I'm looking to do this whirlwind tour on 15th May. If anyone is interested in meeting up (it's a Monday), please let me know.

Thanks for your help!

RE: one day in dusseldort

by Gili_S

For one day only? Well, it depends of your arrival time to the airport, because it is 70 km from Dusseldorf and no direct train connection. You will need to take the airport shuttle to Dussedorf and back to the airport, each way is about 1.5 an hour. Alternative is to get to the town of Weeze and to take the regional train to Dusseldorf from there.
www.flughafen-niederrhein.de

Anyway, Dusseldorf is a very nice place to visit.

RE: one day in dusseldort

by abalada

1. far
shuttle bus 1:15
http://www.airport-weeze.de/2-3-3_bus_duesseldorf.php?lang=en
day ticket for the shuttle bus is EUR 16,00 (one way is EUR 11,00)

public transport 1:22-1:25
DB timetable
http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en
From: Weeze Flughafen
To: D

You can buy a SchönerTagTicket Single NRW ("HappyDayTicket Single North Rhine-Westphalia) for EUR 21,00. This ticket covers all local public transport in the state NRW. The regional trains to Düsseldorf and the trams and buses in Düsseldorf.
The version of the SchönerTagTicket NRW for 2-5 persons is EUR 27,00.
Weeze airport to Weeze (EUR 1,95) or Kevelaer (EUR 3,70) services are done by AST/RFB - these are mini buses driving only on request/reservation. You can find more information on the airport homepage. Not sure if the AST/RFB accept the SchönerTagTicket or not or give a discount.

2. Düsseldorf Tourism
sights
http://www.duesseldorf-tourismus.de/topic_en.php

3. If you hold already a SchönerTagTicket you won't need one.
Otherwise a day ticket for local public transport is EUR 4,70.

4.
or by bicycle or boat or ...
http://www.duesseldorf-tourismus.de/topic_en.php?folderID=10273&sub1_folderID=10275




RE: one day in dusseldort

by Lolalai

If it's not raining I'll take you on a bike tour of the city if you like...
Why did you choose Düsseldorf?

RE: RE: one day in dusseldort

by Advnt

Thanks for the offer of the bike tour. I just might take you up on that. The reason I chose Dusseldorf was because I had great time in Berlin and Hamburg. I wanted to visit Germany again before I leave Europe and found a cheap flight to Dusseldorf. I want to be surprised by the city as I don't know very much about it :)

Travel Tips for Düsseldorf

Beer you DO NOT drink in Düsseldorf

by rollinstone81

Honestly, most people who have heard of the rivalry between Düsseldorf and Cologne think it's stupid. I think so too. But one fact is that normally everywhere south of Langenfeld (which is a little south of Düsseldorf) people drink "Kölsch" the beer from Cologne. North of that people drink "Alt beer". I stumbled across the sign on the pic and I couldnt believe it. To find a place that sells Kölsch in the Ddorf Old Town...some waiters dont like it when tourists happen to want a Kölsch...I ve seen it, they turned really rude.....not a very thing that is I guess, but thats the way it is.

My ALL TIME favorite!

by IceBear7 about BAGEL

In a city famous for its hundreds of bars and pubs and restaurant you would think it's hard to pick a favorite. In Düsseldorf, it's easy.
In the street with the best nitelife, Ratinger Straße, you'll find a great little pub, with a beautiful stucco ceiling, with an aquarium in the corner, large mirrors, fantastic food and even better cocktails, and the most staff in Düsseldorf. cocktail time every thursday!!!

And new: movie night every Monday! And it has to be the all time favorite bar coz they now give me cocktails that are not on the menu :-)

Spanish restaurant

by mirchica about Restaurant El Flamenco

Flamenco – I love that dance, that’s why when the host of that restaurant invited me to visit I did it without hesitating. It was very busy outside and in and many people has come to try traditional Spanish meals and to have a beer too. The staff was Spanish and I was very pleased to practice my Spanish. I tried Calamares a la Romana and they were good.

Wander through the Altstadt.

by DrewV

Wander through the Altstadt.
Düsseldorfers call it 'The World's Longest Bar.' That's not too far from reality. The narrow streets of the Altstadt shelter bar, taverns, beer halls, restaurants, pubs, and every other conceivable drinking establishment for every manner of tastes. In the process of mass inebriation, take a look at the charming half-timbered buildings and admire the fine taste of the Germans. To have such pretty streets devoted to drinking -- what a great idea. Cheers!

Oh, by the way, these sculptures are hanging out in the middle of the Altstadt. I guess they represent average everyday Düsseldorfers. Nice, huh?

Exclusive shopping street

by Helga67

The Koeningsallee is the most exclusive shopping street in Duesseldorf. It's a nice street to stroll along the exclusive designer shops and along the water lined by Chestnut trees.

In former days the Koenigsallee used to be called "Kastanienallee" (Chestnut Alley). One day in 1848, however, King Friedrich Wilhelm IV came to visit Duesseldorf. It seemed that he wasn't very popular, because when he was driving along the Kastanienallee people threw horse poop at him. The city of Duesseldorf was so embarrassed that they changed the name of the street into Koenigsallee (King's alley) to try to make it good.

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