Van der Valk Airporthotel Duesseldorf

Am Huelserhof 57, Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, 40472, Germany
Van der Valk Airporthotel Duesseldorf
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Forum Posts

niederrhein airport.

by cachaseiro

where is niederrhein airport located.
is it north,south,east or west of dusseldorf?
i'm thinking about flying there to join the vt meeting in eindhoven in april because of some very good prices by the airline v-bird.
how would it be getting from niederrhein to eindhoven?

Re: niederrhein airport.

by Gili_S

The airport is near small town name Weeze.
From the airport itself there is a bus services to regional cities in the Netherlands & Germany. You can also take a bus to Weeze and continue from there with a train.
You can check on-line maps to see exactly where it is.

Airport link: www.flughafen-niederrhein.de
Bus link: www.airport-shuttle-express.com

Travel Tips for Düsseldorf

DEG Metro Stars

by rollinstone81

Go and watch match of 1st league Ice hockey at the Brehmstrasse. THe team is called the Düsseldorfer Eislauf Gemeinschaft (short DEG) Metro Stars (as the main sponsor is the Metro Group). The DEG has been german Champion 8 times: 1967, 1972, 1975, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996
They play in an old rather dodgy arena, but true fans love it, unfortunately the atmosphere nowadays is just a shadow of what once was. They used to be sold out (11.333 people) every match, roughly 9000 people in the stands, the atmosphere was great. Now it depends very much against whom they play, matches against Cologne are sold out and the atmosphere is like in former days. Anyhow, now there is planes to build a new arena, which they really need. The only equipment you will need to watch a hockey match, is a couple of beers and a sausage.

Boats on the Rhine

by DanielF

The Rhine flows through some of the most industrialised areas in Europe. It provides an alternative way of transportation for the congested motorways of this densely populated area. Passenger services are solely for tourist purpose, but the transportation of goods for commercial purposes is very frequent. The boats are constantly sailing the waters of the Rhine with their charge of coal or containers. They are all very low in order to match under the bridges and some of them amazingly long.

Eggs for breakfast

by IceBear7 about Erbse

Erbse is a wonderful place for big breakfasts, they have a huuuge selection of scrambled eggs! Really cosy atmosphere, nice people, good coffee... And off the beaten path, so you just meet locals here!

(They have lunch and dinner as well!)

Media Port

by sandysmith

Dusseldorf's harbour was begun in the 16th century but not completed until the 19th century. It was regarded as one of the most modern inland ports in the country but despite this the harbour has never achieved the importance that other inland ports have. In the 1970's some of the harbour was filled in and the provincial parliament built.

Japanese Düsseldorf

by sabsi

With approx. 30,000 Japanese people living there Düsseldorf claims to be one of the biggest Japanese communities outside of Japan.

Every year there is the "Japan Day" in Düsseldorf's old town now. There you will get a chance to see Japanese dance, culture and music as well as a bit Japanese firework display.

There is a big street in the city centre, Immermannstrasse, full of Japanese shops, a huge hotel and lots of restaurants.

In the "Nordpark" there also is a little Japanese garden. It's very nice, really small though!

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