Hotel Schumacher Dusseldorf

Worringer Strasse 55, Stadtmitte, Dusseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, 40211, Germany
Hotel Schumacher Dusseldorf
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Airport to Bonn

by 1Karan

How long would it take from Dusseldorf airport to Bonn Hbf and what is the frequency of direct train connections. I will be arriving at Dusseldorf airport and will have quite a lot of luggage. What would be the best way to travel?

Thanks

RE: Airport to Bonn

by abalada

DB timetable
http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en
From: DUS
To: Bonn

There are hourly direct RE trains at :51.
RE (RegionalExpress) trains are rather luggage friendly. Most space is available where the bicycle sections are (which are also for other bulk luggage).

RE: Airport to Bonn

by Nia07

Hi,
train connection is quite good from Düsseldorf Airport to Bonn Hbf. There are 2 trains each hour. The cost is about 20 euros and it takes a bit more than an hour. If you have a lot of luggage i dont recomment to travel on a ICE train cos they dont have room for luggage, as suggested above the RE trains have plenty of room for luggage. The ICE might be quicker(only by 3 mins though in this case) but they also charge you more so for you the option without the ICE might be better.
I hope it was some help to you. If you are confused while in Germany, just ask. Most of the ppl speak English and usually they are happy to help.
Good luck.

RE: RE: Airport to Bonn

by 1Karan

Thanks so much for your responses!

Travel Tips for Düsseldorf

Dutch influence

by DanielF

If you go on your architectural tour, you will remark that the old city does not feature a lot of half-timbered buildings, which are the quintessencial image of any German city. You will find several gabled houses and brick fasades instead. That the Netherlands are just a few kilometers away cannot be denied in Düsseldorf.

Schloß Benrath

by TinyTuck

Schloß Benrath (Castle of Benrath), Benrath being a suburb of Düsseldorf. It´s on UNESCO´s list of the culture treasures of the world heritage.
It´s a late-baroque palace from 1785 with a nice park.

Upbeat Uerige

by Zandra about Uerige

At Uerige, beer has been brewed for as long as anyone can remember...

It's Düsseldorf’s oldest brewery, and although it's a quite big place, it mostly gets crowded. Just as popular on weekdays as on Fridays and Saturdays, with older people as well as with younger, with locals as with tourists. A great place to chat over a glass of bier or two that soon turns into three or four... The waiter’s never far away....and the restrooms are among the nicest and cleanest ones in the Altstadt!!!

At Uerige, you can also order food, but this pub food is definitely too "German" for my taste. In summer, it's particularly nice, when huge crowds gather outside, on the street to enjoy their beloved "Uerige". Surprise, surprise: that'd be the beer :-) .... however, I must confess that my true favourite when it comes to Altbier is not Uerige, but Diebels...

Visit the Ault Stadt ('Old...

by papereng

Visit the Ault Stadt ('Old Town', the Kunstmuseum ('Art Museum'), go to Maxchurch on Sunday afternoon for the organ recital, go shopping on Satuday morning on Koenigsalley, explore Niedercastle and Obercastle on the east side of the river.

Old Town

by Helga67

The Altstadt (old town) is a nice area to visit. It has those typical German pastel houses of which I liked this one with the bells a lot. Duesseldorf is also called the longest bar of the world because of its many bars that you will find in the Altstadt.

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