Mercure Duesseldorf Seestern

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Fritz Vomfelde Strasse 38, Dusseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, 40547, Germany
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Costs 26% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Cheapest possible Car Parking at Dusseldorf Airport

by ouden

In the month of February i will be going for 3 week holidays i want to go to
Dusseldorf airport by car from Netherland and park my car there Can someone tell me what is the cheapest and reliable way to park a car on Dusseldorf Airport .And in airport car parking is there are Luggage troley aviable.

Re: Cheapest possible Car Parking at Dusseldorf Airport

by MacedonianUK

Try this site:

Dusseldorf Airport have quite few long tirm parkings.
For 21 days you can park at: P4, P5, P6, P24, P25 price is 93,00 €

Long-term reduced rate
P23 €52,50
but is so popular and there is no advanced booking.
You might be lucky if you arrive early enough, otherwise continue to the above parkings...
More info here:
Bus shuttle is provided..
Hope this helps

Re: Cheapest possible Car Parking at Dusseldorf Airport

by Ruhrbuerger

There is a cheaper possibility, but it's a bit more hassle. You drive to Düsseldorf Derendorf, park your car for free just by the road side and take a 5 minutes S-Bahn trainride directly into the Düsseldorf airport terminal (not to the Düsseldorf airport train station, directly into the basement of the main termianl). In Derendorf the S-Bahn train station is on Münsterstrasse. The S11 departs every 20 minutes. The oneway price per person is 2,30 €.

Re: Cheapest possible Car Parking at Dusseldorf Airport

by pieter_jan_v

You can reserve Parking space via the Internet.

I have used P4 this Spring and it was not really cheap; 60 Euro for 3 days.

You might consider to go all the way by train to Dusseldorf i.s.o. going for the other cheap option: parking somewhere on the streets of Dusseldorf and go the last part by bahn.

I wrote some tips that are available at:

BTW Is your question about Dusseldorf International or perhaps about Weeze?


Re: Cheapest possible Car Parking at Dusseldorf Airport

by ouden

Thanks for your kind information it is very useful kindly let me know
is there are luggage trolly available in parking space

Re: Cheapest possible Car Parking at Dusseldorf Airport

by pieter_jan_v

There are no luggage trolleys at the Parkings. I used P4 last Spring, but even as the building has its own skytrain stop, it's still through an elevator and walking to the stop and yet another elevator to come to the skytrain stop.


Travel Tips for Düsseldorf

Picasso looking building and the sun and the bulls


I really liked this building and I took many many many pictures of the reflections of the sun in the fake sun and the colours the fake sun changing during the day... The building as such was not special, but this arty detail has really got my attention.

Fortuna Düsseldorf

by sabsi

Fortuna Düsseldorf is the only football club in Germany that I know of that has a punk band as their sponsor. Die Toten Hosen - a popular Punk band from Düsseldorf - gave a lot of money to help Fortuna stay alive when they were in financial trouble. Unfortunately they only play in 4th division these days, let's hope for more glorious days in the future! I can only advise you what not to bring... it wouldn't be too smart to wear a shirt of any Cologne club ;-)

Only the Germans can do it like this

by sourbugger

As usual,in most German towns the Public transport system is a joy to behold.

There really is no need to use a car in Dusseldorf itself. If you arrive at the airport it is directly connected by an S-Bahn train. If you arrive by train (and Dusseldorf is a major connection on the German rail network) then the old-town is just three minutes away on the U-Bahn.

The U-bahn is quite unusual : in the centre of town it operates like a metro train with easy floor-level access, but once out of the centre it operates as a normal street-tram.

Coming from a country like England, it never fails to amaze me how well intergrated, clean and well organised the whole operation is.

Great burgers

by sabsi about Spaceburger

This place probably serves the best and definitely serves the most creative burgers in Düsseldorf. They actually serve nothing but lots of burgers in all variations (beef, chicken, fish, veggie). They even dare to put spinach, gorgonzola or cherries and almonds on their burgers here. It takes ages to go through the menu and find the dish you want.

There are two Space Burgers in town, one in the old town and the original one in Derendorf. Latter one looks like a "Schnellimbiss" really and is really small. The one in the old town is decorated in a lovely trash style, with a great wallpaper mixed with chinese restaurant style and great pictures on the walls. It's nice to sit here for ages. Service can be a disaster at times though....

You pay approx. 7-10 Euro for a Burger with chips. At Burger King nearby you'd pay 5. I'd always prefer the nice atmosphere of Space Burger to the BK and pay only a bit more for a creative burger! The chicken burger with Corn, Avocado, Nachos etc with chips and aioli. And the Lermit pic on the wall ;)

Only if you're a sports...

by bonio

Only if you're a sports fan!
Visit the Rheinstadion to watch American Football. The Rhein Fire play in NFL Europe
The atmosphere inside (and outside before kickoff) was great. It's party time!! Unlike stadiums in the UK rival fans are not segregated, beer is sold all over the place and everyone seems to have a great time. We saw Fire play Barcelona Dragons, it went into overtime and the Dragons won, eventually. Although the quality of football was not great, mostly youngsters gaining experience for NFL teams with a few token locals thrown in, its worth a visit and not expensive. (35DM for a seat high up around the 20 yard line)


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