Guennewig Hotel Uebachs

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Leopoldstrasse 3-5, Dusseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, 40211, Germany
Guennewig Hotel Uebachs
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 29% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Business42

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Forum Posts

HELP ME!! Underground metro

by flashlip

Hello everybody,

I am going to Dusseldorf but I have some doubts...

At which time does the underground in Dusseldorf open and close?

I need to go from Golzheimer Platz to Düsseldorf Hapbahnhof . Do you know the schedules of the underground for this trip? Do you know how much does it cost?

And the underground station Düsseldorf Hapbahnhof is near the train station?

Thank you very much.

I don't know nothing about Dusseldorf, I am sorry...

Petra

Re: HELP ME!! Underground metro

by pieter_jan_v

Get your answers here:

http://www.rheinbahn.de/opencms/opencms/html/en/index.htm?size=gross

PJ

Re: HELP ME!! Underground metro

by wanky52

Dear Petra,

First of all it takes only nine minutes for the train to arrive between Golzheimer Platz and Dusseldorf Hauptbahnhof. There are only seven stops, including the station you leave. Il looks like it's a 24 hour service. Between 6 and 8 in the morning trains leave every half hour. After 08.30 trains leave approximately every 10 minutes although at times trains may leave every 15 minutes. You can check on www.dbahn.de/international The site can also be viewed in English, German, French, Spanish and Dutch. As for cost, German rail is very cheap if you travel after 9 in the morning. Deutsch Bahn (German Rail) does not give ticket prices on some journeys on their site. This is one of them. As for your last question, Dusseldorf Hauptbahnhof is not only near the Train Station but it is actually the Main Train Station. This is the station from where all connections to and from Dusseldorf leave.
Hope I answered all your queries, even though I do not live in Germany, but I've been there lots of times.

Re: HELP ME!! Underground metro

by flashlip

Thank you very much to both of you!

Re: HELP ME!! Underground metro

by sabsi

Petra,

no need to worry. The trip from Golzheimer Platz to Hauptbahnhof is a direct trip on U79. It will take a few minutes and costs 2,10 EUR.

The subway doesn't close, however, they don't run frequently at night. At what time do you want to go?

Hauptbahnhof isn't the nicest area at night if you are alone. It can get quite rough at times and the characters hanging around there aren't the nicest. You could also take a taxi for a little more money. It shouldn't cost more than 10 EUR.

If you need to know any more about Düsseldorf feel free to contact me. I live here and will try to help!

Sabine

Re: HELP ME!! Underground metro

by flashlip

Hello Sabine,

Thank you for your help.

I will need to use the undergroung from Golzheimer Platz to Düsseldorf Hapbahnhof at 5.00 am (or earlier). But I think you are right it's better to go by taxi. How much time do you think this trip will take by taxi?

If you don't mind I will contact you in case I have more doubts.

Best wishes,
Petra

Re: HELP ME!! Underground metro

by sabsi

In the middle of the night the trip by taxi shouldnt take longer than 10-15 minutes. You can order a taxi the day before to make sure it'll be on time, the number is (0211) 33333.

Feel free to contact me with more questions!

Sabine

Travel Tips for Düsseldorf

Handelshafen Footbridge and Lido Restaurant

by yooperprof

A relatively new addition to the Mediahafen district is a shiny new bridge which crosses the harbor. In the middle is a shiny glassy glittery restaurant, where I can imagine that the view upstages the food.

Urdenbacher Kempe

by rollinstone81

In the south part of Düsseldorf, not too far from Schloss Benrath (Castle), there is one of my favourite spots in Düsseldorf for a nice walk. The river rhine flows by there and there is quite a big area which is not being build on for every year the river expands and open space is flooded. There are no dams here. But for the nature it is really good, this is one of the largest open spaces in Düsseldorf, its is nature reserve, and I highly recommend going there. There are surprisingly litte people, sometimes if the weather isnt too great and on weekdays there is almost nobody there. Maybe some sheep. You can get there by going to the Castle and then through the park to the river. When you reach the river follow the road to the left for about 500 or 600 meters. Pass a white house on the right site of the road. It is the only house, its a restaurant. Behind the house turn right, it goes down steeply then you just go where you want.

Barge traffic on the Rhine River

by Nemorino

The Rhine River is said to be the busiest waterway in the world, and that's easy to believe if you just go down to the river bank and look at all the barges going by, mainly carrying heavy cargoes like coal, coke, grain, timber, iron ore and containers that can be transferred to ocean-going ships in Rotterdam, at the end of the river.

The Rhine itself is the longest river in Europe, and there are also canals connecting the Rhine with the Maas, the Rhône-Saône, the Marne and the Danube (via the Main) valleys.

Chill out

by Goldenboy

Architect Niklaus Fritschi finally have his design built on 1990 - 1997. Its a new avenue in Düsseldorf, the Rhine embankment promenade. Those who know it like to think of it as the most beautiful promenade on the Rhine. The traffic that roars through the tunnel beneath its bluish, wave-patterned pavement remains unnoticed above.

The construction of the new Rhine embankment promenade along the inner city said fulfilled an old dream of the Düsseldorfers: the return of the city to the Rhine. This was made possible by putting the Rheinuferstraße under ground. This urban century project had been based right from the beginning on considerations for the improvement of the quality of life and the reduction in traffic for large parts of the city centre.

Over a length of 1,928 m, the most important north-south connection in the city was put under ground in a technical and financial tour de force. Reported, 570 million DM went into the project. The promenade was constructed on the cover of the tunnel, stretching over 1,5 km from Oberkassel bridge along the Altstadt to the parliament houses of North Rhine-Westphalia. Foot and bicycle paths, 600 plane trees and a lot of space for strolling and leisure characterize the new Rhine frontage of the North Rhine-Westphalian capital.

Actually, the wide steps on Burgplatz have by now become the ultimate meeting point, a chilling out place to watch the ships passing by and see the sun setting over Oberkassel on the lefthand side of the river.

museum kunst palast

by elbe

The museum kunst palast is one of my favourite museums in Düsseldorf (beside the K 20 and K21). It offers very good exhibitions of modern art, for example once the made an exhibition called “Andy Warhol - The late work” and it was very good. It is always worth to take a glimpse inside if you are interested in modern art. It also has a nice café and a good museum shop if you search for a nice souvenir. Entrance fee actual is 8 Euro, reduced 4 Euro. On Tuesday on Thursday at 3 p.m. you can take part at free guided tours (but take a look in the internet before you go there, maybe it has changed!). As most German museums it’s closed on Monday. It’s open Tuesday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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