Neues Hotel an der Oper

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Heinrich-Heine-Allee 15, Altstadt, Dusseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, 40213, Germany
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 34% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families0
  • Couples60
  • Solo57
  • Business36

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Forum Posts

Taxi

by keithedmonds

How much does a Taxi from Dusseldorf Airport to Dortmund cost?

RE: Taxi

by Ritchie_Lionheart

I would expect about 40 to 40 Euros. But if you are cash-strained, why not take the train...there are frequent direct train connections from the airport to Dortmund, takes about 50 mins. For example, every hour at .02 arriving in Dortmund at .53. The cost is abouzt 5 Euros single.

RE: Taxi

by abalada

According to www.michelin.com the distance is 67 km.
This is with the Düsseldorf taxi tariff (weekdays 6am-10pm: base fee EUR 2,40; <9km EUR 1,48/km; >9km EUR 1,28/km) approx. EUR 90. At night or on Sundays it's a bit more expensive.

There are also direct trains from Düsseldorf Airport to Dortmund Hauptbahnhof (main railway station). The train of the RE1 line need 46 min. Single ticket is EUR 8,70. With this ticket you can travel to any train/tram/bus stop in Dortmund. Or just take a taxi from Dortmund Hauptbahnhof to your destination.

DB timetable
http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/e
From: DUS
To: Dortmund
(The ticket prices for local public transport (S-Bahn or RE trains) are not shown, as the DB tariff does not apply. You'll need a VRR zone C single ticket (EUR 8,70).)

RE: Taxi

by phildeni

Too much..take the train!

Travel Tips for Düsseldorf

Reflection

by sandysmith

Of course with all those modern buildings being constructed in glass I couldn't hep but get a few reflections - the media port is the place for this. This was my favoutite shot, capturing the Gehry buildings and the Tower in a window ;-)

ARAG insurance headquarters

by sabsi

The scyscraper of ARAG insurance company is located "in my back garden". With 125 metres it is the highest office building in Düsseldorf. It was designed by famous architect Sir Norman Foster and these days it wears the colours of the Olympic dream of Düsseldorf....

The tram stop "Heinrichstrasse" is right next to the building so if you are interested in architecture this is where to go. Make sure you come up for a coke if you go ;-)

enjoy this typical rustical restaurant institution

by Marc-spirit about Zum Füchschen ( engl.: to the fox)

In Düsseldorf there are many good places to drink or eat: Local breweries in the "oldtown" (near towncenter) offer good beer and aromatic finger food: Dark Bread with fresh mincemeat with pepper and salt is a great morsel with a condimental beer.

The restaurant / brewery "zum Füchsen -(to the fox) is very famous for native people. Normaly in the later evening its even a little bit crowed, but not too much. Many people are lauhting and talking- but thats the blithely atmosphere here.

---german:
Die Gaststädte "zum Füchsen" ist bei der Düsseldorfer Bevölkerung sehr beliebt. Viele Düsseldorfer betrachten das Füchschen als eine Stammeinrichtung, da es auch ein beliebtes Bier selber braut: Das Füchsen-Alt
Spät am Abend ist es hier oft ziemlich voll, aber niemals so, dass es wirklich unangenehm ist. Die Besucher sind oft etwas lauter als in anderen Gaststädten, ist ja auch eine rustikale Brauerei. Sehr angenehm! Just order the tasty "Füchsen-beer" for 1, 35 € /$ and if you are hungry, you can get big portions of own made ribald food for a good price. Cold food: 2-8 € /$ warm food: 6-12€

---german:
Bestell einfach ein Füchsen-Bier für 1,35 Euro und wenn Du hungrig bist, so kannst Du hier große Portionen von selbst gemachtem, deftigem Essen bekommen. Das Essen ist gut und auch recht günstig. Kalte Speisen: 2-8 Euro, Warme Speisen: 6-12 Euro

Drink Altbier at Brauerei Uerige

by BillNJ

After fellow VTers Sabs and Thomas gave me a quick walking tour of some of the main sights in Düsseldorf, we stopped to enjoy some Altbier in Brauerei Uerige. At this time, it was a little after 12:00 noon on a Saturday afternoon -- and there were already many people there who had the same idea. We found a small table outside of the entrance, and we were quickly served an Altbier by one of the Köbes (waiters).

My first impression of Brauerei Uerige was that this was an establishment steeped in tradition. Düsseldorf has a proud brewing history that goes back to 1516 when an alimentary law set rules still observed by brewers. Only four ingredients were allowed under this dictum: water, malted barley or wheat, yeast and hops. In 1712, another decree separated the crafts of baking and beer-making to guarantee the best products from both trades. The brewers top-ferment their beer, the legacy of a time when, lacking refrigeration, they had no choice but to let the yeasts rise to the top of vats. The style still defines Düsseldorf's contribution to beer-making, even in an era of global trade. Because of this traditional process, Altbier doesn't travel well. Therefore, to enjoy a true Altbier experience, you must visit Düsseldorf.

When you visit Brauerei Uerige, you participate in this proud Altbier tradition. You automatically share a bond with all of the other patrons who are enjoying the same beverage as you. Here, the Köbes don't wait to take your order because they know what you will drink. Also, they don't wait for you to order a new one when you are finished. Instead, they keep bringing you a new one until you put your beermat on top of your glass to indicate that you are finished.

In a nutshell, Brauerei Uerige is a German beer-drinking establishment that still does things the traditional way. If you enjoy beer and tradition, this place needs to be on your list of places to visit in Düsseldorf.

Düsseldorfer Stadttor

by martin_nl

The 80 metres high Stadttor is quite a recent addition to the skyline of Düsseldorf. More than a thousand people work here everyday. The Tor is in the centre of commercial Düsseldorf. Apart from all of this I think the building just looks fascinating.

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