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Niederkasseler Lohweg 18a, Dusseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, 40547, Germany
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train to gent

by johntirrell

Hi I'll be leaving Dusseldorf on July 2 for Gent. What's the best way to get there? I'm a senior. Is it best to get train tickets befor I leave the usa. thanks john

Re: train to gent

by Potato-Brigade

Yes,going between Dusseldorf and Ghent by train is rather convenient.

Personally, I find purchasing tickets as-you-go part of the excitment of travel but if you are not a seasoned traveller with the benefit of speaking several languages then I can understand that it might be confusing.

This will give you an example of the route as well as the possibility of purchasing the tickets on-line:

Re: train to gent

by abalada

DB timetable
From: Duesseldorf Hbf
To: Gent St Pieters

For the connections departing 07:58 13:58 and 18:58 on the 2. July 2009 you can still get specials for EUR 19,00. If you want one of them you have to buy NOW. These specials are limited in numbers and sell out sooner or later.
With standard fare tickets it plays no role if you buy on spot or online in advance. Many connections to involve however a Thalys train which requires compulsory seat reservation.

Re: train to gent

by leics

You do not need to buy your tickets in advance online unless a) you want to take advantage of the special fares mentioned by Ablada and/or b) it pleases you to do so. It is easy to buy tickets at German will find that most people speak at least a little English (many speak excellent English) and that ticket machines are easy to use.

But do not buy your tickets via will pay commission.

This is my preferred link for, giving times, details and fares in English plus the chance to buy tickets online wither with self-printing (you must bring the same credit card with you as you use to pay) or by having tickets sent to you for a small additional fee.

You will have to put in 'Ghent' rather than 'Gent'.

There are 19 euro one-way fares for some trains (a bargain) but you do ned to book well in your ticket today, if times suit, because cheap tickets sell out quickly (as I have found to my cost!). Otherwise, most trains cost 46.50 euro one-way with the fastest option at 56.30. You will need to change trains at least twice.

Travel Tips for Düsseldorf

Rheinturn tower

by AndyRG

Dusseldorf is a cosmopolitan city, its symbol has been this 234 metres tall tower. It was erected in 1982, the view from the top (in fact, from "Top 180", the nice restaurant which slowly makes a circle around the city) is extraordinary...
This telecommunications tower is city's highest building, at its entrance there is a boutique where you can buy any kind of souvenir about it. A good idea is to have a river trip in Rhine too.

Jazz Band at Fleamarket Aachener Platz

by rollinstone81

On Saturdays there is a fleamarket on the Aachener Platz. (See Shopping Tips for more detail). There is a huge tent on the middle of the square where there is cafe called "Spermüll" and they play life Jazz there. The atmosphere is always really cool, as there are lots of people eating, drinking beer or coffee, talking, just enjoying a cigarette and listening to Jazz. And the best thing, its for free, you can bring your own drinks.


by IceBear7

A fantastic new service offered by two big art museums (K20 and K21): if you buy a ticket for either one or both of the museums you can rent one of their bikes for free - to get from one museum to the next or do a spin around the city.

All you have to do is see one (or both) of the museum, show them your passport and leave a deposit of 20 Euro, and the bike is yours until you bring it back to one of the museums until 5 p.m. You get a map and a lock - and lots of attention at least at the moment, because the bikes are pretty new.

Soup and nothing else

by IceBear7 about Suppenwerk

Suppenwerk is a small chain of 3 soup restaurants in Düsseldorf. Basic but stylish and GREAT FOOD! They have some normal soups and some very exotic, like something with peanuts and veg from Simbabwe. The good thing about it: they let you taste the soup before ordering so you know what you get. or what you order the next time.
self service, but you can have wine with your soup, and they give you wonderful bread as well.

The restaurants are in the Hafen area, in Bilk and in Heerdt.

Cartwheel fountain

by Helga67

On the Burgplatz amidst platans you will find this lovely fountain with a statue of children cartwheeling. In the old days, children cartwheeled on the Burgplatz in front of spectators to get some extra money.


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