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Düsseldorf

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Düsseldorf is a city in western Germany located on the Rhine river. It is the capital city of the state North Rhine-Westfalia.

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By plane

Düsseldorf has a large international airport (http://www.duesseldorf-international.de/). The Airport Cologne/Bonn is about 60 minutes drive away from Düsseldorf, the smaller Airport Weeze about 90 minutes (http://www.airport-weeze.de/). This smaller airport is frequented mainly by low-cost airlines flying to other small airports within Europe. The Airport Düsseldorf-Monchengladbach can be reached within 40 minutes.

Get around

  • By bus, tramway or subway: network operated by Rheinbahn AG (http://www.rheinbahn.de)
  • By suburban railway (S-Bahn)

More specifically, for timetables of buses, trams, etc. use:

See

  • Once a year, like in many other German cities, a Night of Museums is organized. http://www.nacht-der-museen.de/
  • The old town centre is sometimes referred to as the longest bar in the world, due to the proliferation of pubs.

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Düsseldorf is sometimes written Dusseldorf in English. Dussel, without the umlaut (two dots) on the u, means, roughly, "fool" or "dummy" in German. So if you can, try to use the German spelling of Düsseldorf. The correct written form (if no umlauts are available) is Duesseldorf.

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