Weeze Things to Do
Along the outer wall of the Terminal building several Internet points are located.
1 hr. € 5,-,
3 hrs. € 10,-
24 hrs. € 15,-
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Eat, Drink & Fly: Eating at the Airport
At the first floor of the airport before check-in, you can have a meal at a self-service restaurant. I enjoyed a well sized German Schnitzel meal. There even is an outside terrace with a lookoff to the platform activities.Related to:
- Food and Dining
- Wine Tasting
- Beer Tasting
The Weeze airport was a British RAF airport called RAF Laarbruch from 1954. From 1993 The RAF personnel started to close down their base. In 2001 the area was sold and in 2003 the Flughafen Niederrhein was opened, only to be renamed into Airport Weeze one year later.It is one of Ryanair's base airports.more
Weeze has several bus services to the following destinations:-Amsterdam-Arnhem-Düsseldorf -Düsseldorf Central Station-Duisburg Central Station-Essen: An der Freiheit -Goch-Cologne Train station Deutz / Fair (Auenweg)-Kevelaer-Moers: Hotel van der Valk-Nijwegen-Nijmegen - DukenburgTimetable-Utrecht-Venlo-Weezemore
Driving to the Weeze Airport is rather simple:-From the Highway A57 (E31) take the Weeze exit and follow the Airport icon signs-Bundesstrasse 9 guides you around the East side of Weeze-At the second lights take a right onto the L361 Ring Road South of Weeze-At the round-about take a left to the Airport, that is on a side road to the right...more
Weeze Local Customs
Passing the time
The terminal has a kids corner, so your kids can spend the waiting time playing.
Furthermore there's a Internet place where you can spend time on the World Wide Web.
At the first floor is a bar-restaurant with a terrace.Related to:
- Family Travel
- Budget Travel
- School Holidays
Weeze What to Pack
Luggage and bags: During Terremoto 2003 the weather was quite rough. There was heavy rain just before the festival started. I was happy that I brought my waterproof bag and a jacket because it got quite cold in the evenings!
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Docs or other mud and rain resistant boots. Everybody at the festival looks quite scruffy - even some bands ;-) So wear whatever you like.... I even saw people wearing plastic bags!
Photo Equipment: I was happy I had a good zoom so I could some nice pics of the performances on stage.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: We drove home every night to sleep in our own beds but normally people sleep in tents here. We were lucky to have a VIP parking ticket so we didn't have to park near the campground which is miles away from the stage!!
Miscellaneous: The most important thing for us to bring was the backstage tickets of course. They gave us the chance to get to know the artists and have a look "behind the scenes".Related to:
Travelling with our little rascal Ilja is not always that easy. He needs space to play and not to be in a car too long/ The low fares of V-Bird flying from Niederrhein in combination with flights within Europe give us the opportunity to travel with our litle boy. It has been a great experience that will be having many follw-ups.more
For people in the East of the Netherlands this new airport is ideal to start travelling fast, cheap and thus efficient to a fine selection of destinations. Only 40 minutes drive from Arnhem, 25 minutes from Nijmegen and only 15 from Venlo.Plus the low parking fees make it double attractive. From € 6,= per day and a maximum of € 30,= ! Neither...more