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DUS - Düsseldorf International is only 10km or so north of the city centre and a stones throw from the LTU Arena. A taxi into the centre will be €15-20, however by far the easiest and cheapest option (particularly if you are staying near the station) is to walk down to the basement of the terminal and catch the S7 into the Hauptbahnhof (it’s not the terminal station – the S Bahn will go on to Solingen – so make sure you get off!). If you’re feeling more adventurous, the Sky Train monorail will take you to the Flughafen Hauptbahnhof and you can catch a variety of trains (S Bahns, double-decker Regional Expresses, or the more expensive Inter City and ICE trains). The fare into Düsseldorf, including a simple connection, is €2.10 (select A on the left hand side of the buttons under the screen on the ticket machines – the right hand side is for children’s tickets). If there is a group of you who will be sticking together, the Gruppenticket - €10.60 for the whole day for up to 5 adults – may prove more cost-effective.

CGN – Cologne/Bonn Airport is very handy for Düsseldorf by virtue of a direct express train service on a regular basis (either hourly or every two hours). This is an “ICE” service that generally runs either to Dortmund or Berlin. The downside is that this is considerably more expensive than local transport, but much faster and more comfortable. If you are slumming it on a cheap ticket, or arrive at a time not conducive to catching the ICE, you should catch an S Bahn from the airport station to Cologne Hbf, then change onto a Düsseldorf service (usually an RE, RB or S Bahn; the ICE and IC trains carry a supplement). The Arrivals Hall in Terminal B (used by Easyjet) has a Deutsche Bahn (German Railways) ticket office that stays open until at least 9pm – come out of the Arrivals door and turn left, look for the red “DB” sign (if coming from Terminal A, it’s at the far end of Terminal B). There’s an excellent, relaxed café bar on the basement level of Terminal B near the station called Diners – they will sell you bottled beer for the train (and either open it for you or leave it closed).

NRN – Düsseldorf Weeze is way out in the back of beyond to the north-west of Düsseldorf (it’s actually nearer the Netherlands than Düsseldorf!). Ryanair run a bus to/from Worringer Strasse, next to Düsseldorf Hauptbahnhof (main station) – the bus stop is out the station’s main door and to the right, about 300 yards up the road (past Burger King and the cinema and opposite the bar marked F on Map 2).

DTM – Dortmund Airport is in Dortmund, to the north of Düsseldorf, and is served primarily by Easyjet . I’ve never used it, however presumably you will need to head into Dortmund centre before picking up one of the numerous trains south to Düsseldorf. Much like Cologne, there is a choice of cheap local or fast express services.



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