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Private Tour: Düsseldorf Highlights Tour
"Start with a hotel pickup and delve into the streets of central Düsseldorf to learn about the city from your private driver-guide. As you travel along the scenic Rhine River promenade aka Rheinuferpromenade hear how the city developed from a riverside farming settlement to the lively Rhine-area metropolis that it is today. If you have any particular areas of interest let your guide know. Your commentary and itinerary can be tailored to your preference.After passing the pretty Rheinuferpromenade stop for a look at Rheinturm the city’s tallest and best-known landmark. Pause for photos of the TV tower set against the lively hustle of the Media Harbor. A modern-looking place
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Private Tour: Düsseldorf Highlights Tour
"Start with a hotel pickup and delve into the streets of central Düsseldorf to learn about the city from your private driver-guide. As you travel along the scenic Rhine River promenade aka Rheinuferpromenade hear how the city developed from a riverside farming settlement to the lively Rhine-area metropolis that it is today. If you have any particular areas of interest let your guide know. Your commentary and itinerary can be tailored to your preference.After passing the pretty Rheinuferpromenade stop for a look at Rheinturm the city’s tallest and best-known landmark. Pause for photos of the TV tower set against the lively hustle of the Media Harbor. A modern-looking place
From EUR71.00
 
Private Tour: Düsseldorf Highlights Tour
"Start with a hotel pickup and delve into the streets of central Düsseldorf to learn about the city from your private driver-guide. As you travel along the scenic Rhine River promenade aka Rheinuferpromenade hear how the city developed from a riverside farming settlement to the lively Rhine-area metropolis that it is today. If you have any particular areas of interest let your guide know. Your commentary and itinerary can be tailored to your preference.After passing the pretty Rheinuferpromenade stop for a look at Rheinturm the city’s tallest and best-known landmark. Pause for photos of the TV tower set against the lively hustle of the Media Harbor. A modern-looking place
From EUR71.00

Sky Train

The Sky Train is an automatic train serving the Dusseldorf Airport Train station with the Dusseldorf International Airport Terminal (A. B & C) building. In between is a stop at the P4 Parking...
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pieter_jan_v
May 17, 2015

The train station

It is huge train station and there were so many signs in German but it was good all the machines have English and I bought my ticket without any problems. The train station is in the center of the...
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mirchica
Jun 27, 2012

Trains to Düsseldorf

Photos:1. A third-generation ICE train in Düsseldorf main station2. An ICE train going through Montabaur station on the new high-speed line3. The Loreley and the Rhine River from the train on the old...
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Nemorino
Mar 20, 2010

Düsseldorf Main Station

Photos:1. Back side of the station2. Bertha-von-Suttner-Platz behind the station3. Front side of the stationThe front side of the main railroad station looks rather dumpy, just like any typical German...
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Nemorino
Mar 20, 2010

Düsseldorf Hauptbahnhof

The Düsseldorf Hauptbahnhof (central train station) is the main transportation hub within the city. It is Germany's fourth busiest train station. All modes of rail transport are offered, like...
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BillNJ
May 31, 2008

planes, trains, automobiles

I've arrived many ways to the city of Alt. My first two visits were via train. The ICE (InterCity Express) train from Bamberg was expensive at 151 DM (about 70 dollars) for the five hour trip in 2001....
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richiecdisc
Jan 15, 2008

Trains: Cologne to Dusseldorf

I visted Dusseldorf for a day in July 2006, arriving in the city by train from nearby Cologne. The following information was correct as of summer 2006, and some of it may prove useful to other...
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SWFC_Fan
Dec 28, 2006

Take to the Rails

Düsseldorf is well served by the D-Bahn with frequent trains (several every hour) up and down the Rhine Valley. Getting to Cologne is a snap. The airport is also conveniently right on one of the main...
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yooperprof
Aug 10, 2006

Train

Düsseldorf is a key city in one of the world's biggest population centres, right smack in the middle of Europe, so you can imagine it has a very busy station, and trains to all over the continent....
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antistar
Jan 06, 2005

Central Train Station

Not sure why this is the CENTRAL train station in Dusseldorf - it hardly lives up to its name. Buses and trams connect well here but its a way out from the shopping centre or the Aldstadt - best to...
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sandysmith
Oct 07, 2004

from/to Hamburg

If you will go from Hamburg or to Hamburg, use this unique train "Metropolitan".It is the most comfortable train in Germany.THe train does stop only at Cologne --> Düsseldorf --> Essen and go...
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wilde13
Jan 16, 2004

Main Station (Hauptbahnhof)

There is two big disadvantages of arriving in Düsseldorf by train: Firstly the main station isn't a very welcoming place unfortunately. It's quite dark and dodgy actually. I hope the...
sabsi
Aug 06, 2003
 
 
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Things to Do Near Düsseldorf

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Film Museum

Photos: 1. Old movie cameras 2. More modern than the one my father had 3. Projector just like the one we had at home 4. An early attempt to add sound to movies It always seems strange to go to a...
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Old Town - Altstadt

Germany is a great country but there is one very bizarre thing that few of the natives want to talk about. If you’re not a white person, the nightlife in most major cities can be very hostile. In...
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St. Lambertus Church

This is probably the oldest building still standing in Duesseldorf and thus, for me, by far the most interesting. I had to cut my visit to its interior short because an unexpected Mass began (I think...
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Hofgarten

Hofgarten is the most central and biggest park in Dusseldorf. What made me the biggest impression was an alley with illuminated benches. Actually there were fluorescent lights in each edge of the...
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Nordpark

One of the most beautiful parks I’ve visited,especially the Japanese garden. I haven’t been in Japan but I felt like this. The park is full with flower gardens, fountains and walking area. There is...
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Benrath Palace - Schloss Benrath

Benrath Palace consist of 3 main buildings (museums) and a huge park - garden with a lake. The museums are of European Garden History, Corps de Logis, and Museum of Natural History. I visited only the...
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