Hotel Villa Falkenberg

Arnheimer Strasse 36 - 40, Dusseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, 40489, Germany
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Travel from Dusseldorf to Cologne

by amares

I'll be in Dusseldorf later this month and want to travel to Cologne for a weekend; can anyone tell me how to go about this via train? The only websites I've found are in German, which I can't read. Any suggestions appreciated.

Re: Travel from Dusseldorf to Cologne

by JoeNYC

The distance is about 50 km and the train takes 22 minutes. Costs $15 for 2nd class. For an English site for train schedules in Europe, try www.raileurope.com

Re: Travel from Dusseldorf to Cologne

by mydreamquest

that'll be extremely easy to accomplish. If you're in Dusseldorf...just surf it and most likely it'll be around the city centre.

What's cool about the train station in Cologne is that it's amazingly busy and just outsdie Cologne's famous cathedral which is impressive. There's also a great Indian fast food place and many other eateries and shopping and exchange places.

Re: Travel from Dusseldorf to Cologne

by bugulma

hi
try www.bahn.de
it has english version for time and price for the journeys by train

Re: Travel from Dusseldorf to Cologne

by sphynxxs

You might even consider taking the regional rail (s-Bahn), depending on where you are in Dusseldorf and where you want to head to in Cologne. There are more stations than just the main stations, the ride takes a bit longer, but you can also use public transport in Cologne if you get yourself a day ticket, if I remember this right.

Re: Travel from Dusseldorf to Cologne

by gkitzmil

While I speak and read both English and German I find the English version of the Bahn easier to read ---> but it is easy to miss the icon to change to English.

Go to www.bahn.de

Look for the box where you would input "Reiseauskunft / Tickets" -- you'll see "von, nach" (to, from).

UNDERNEATH THIS BOX you'll see English. Click there. The Bahn site is marvelous and will give you all of the times you need.

Enjoy Cologne! I lived near there years ago and have fond memories. I'll be moving near again next year.

Re: Re: Travel from Dusseldorf to Cologne

by gkitzmil

Oh -- while it won't matter to the English only speaker I see I reversed to and from.

Yes, German speakers I do know that to = nach and from = von.

Travel Tips for Düsseldorf

Party outfit and all-weather-clothes

by elbe

If you plan to go out in Düseldorf you should bring trendier with you. Düsseldorf has a lot of posh locations and if you want to come in you have to be dressed in the right way. But fi you go out in the Oldtown you can of course wear normal clothes. The German weather is always good for surprises. It can be very cold and rainy in the summertime but it's also possible that you can wear t-shirt and shorts in April or May. So don't forget your umbrella and at least one warm pullover and one pair of long trousers (or buy it in Germany in case you need it).

Outdoor Drinking along the Rhine

by sabsi about Kasematten

Along Düsseldorf's waterfront there's the longest beergarden of the whole town. At the Rhineufer Promenade there's outdoor seating provided by the different breweries of the old town.

Normally it's more quiet here than in the old town and the views and the beers make it a great place to spend the evening.

I was here last week during the big heatwave and the place was packed with people here. Some tables stood in small swimming pools so that people could cool their feet. A very refreshing idea!

Careful with the chilli sauce...

by steventilly about Serenissima

Nice little place on a corner. Small and cozy inside, and with "strange" staff - a miserable looking girl and a guy who seems to speak no discernable languages! And yet it's a really nice place to eat! I took "Pasta with 3 types of mushrooms in a cream sauce". But I couldn't resist adding some of the chilli sauce that Sabs had got with her meal. In fact, I added most of it. The meal was delicious, the waiter was stunned and I payed a heavy price the next morning :-S

Aquazoo - Löbbeke Museum

by Sjalen

To please 8-year-old Alice, Sabsi and Thomas decided to bring us here and this despite Sabsi hating spiders and stuff! :))) At the end, all of us had had fun though, and us adults got some pictures of tropical fish amongst other things. The museum has not only fish though, but also turtles, alligators and butterflies, spiders and some desert animals, apart from our favourits the playful penguins. Not the biggest aquarium I have ever been to and I had no high expectations before visiting, but I really liked it here. There was space enough to see things and the only complaint is that most things to read about the animals was in German which is OK for me but perhaps not for you.

Media port

by sabsi

Media Port ("Medienhafen") is our little Docklands. A former port full of modern architecture, little bars and restaurants and business people. It's one of my favourite parts of town, there's no nice buildings than the Stadttor and the Gehry Buildings in Düsseldorf for me, there's no better place to sit at night admiring the lights and there's no better view than crossing Rheinkniebrücke at night driving towards the port. It's beautiful. If you like modern architecture that is!

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