Düsseldorf Airport is an international hub of a size easy to grasp, short ways and fast transfer times. Passengers appreciate our Next Generation Hub’s clarity and its perfect accessibility. Some 21 million passengers take off and land here per year. 70 airlines serve 190 destinations worldwide.
For example, you can journey up to eight times daily from the USA to Düsseldorf and four times from the Gulf States. Should Düsseldorf not be your destination, eleven domestic and 139 European destinations guarantee optimal connections. This makes Airport the ideal starting point for your journey to Germnany or to Europe.
The city of Düsseldorf is just a 10 minutes’ drive away from the airport. The ride by train takes no more than six minutes. Two own railway stations link Düsseldorf Airport perfectly with its region, which is one of the strongest economic regions in Europe. Some 100 million people live inside a radius of 100 kilometers.
At the airport you can shop to your heart’s content and you can organize your business meeting in one of our conference centres. 60 exclusive shops offering renowned international brands are open for you all the year round. Plus you can relax and refresh for your journey in one of our numerous bars and restaurants.
Königsallee in Düsseldorf
A falta de 4 meses para un nuevo Carnaval, me encuentro mirando fotos y recordando mi experiencia allí este año. Düsseldorf es una ciudad que se vuelca con esta fiesta pagana. A pesar de que los alemanes no tienen, precisamente, fama de grandes fiesteros, tengo que reconocer que este Carnaval de Düsseldorf me dejó completamente sorprendido. Toda la ciudad se entrega a la fiesta y las calles son un escaparate de disfraces y carrozas sin igual. La céntrica calle Königsallee concentra la mayor parte de los eventos y es el lugar donde se debe estar estos días. El resto del año es uno de los bulevares de compras más caros y exclusivos de toda Europa. Espero regresar el próximo año!続きを読む »
Frank Gehry's eye catching warped 'Neuer Zollhof' against the towering backdrop of the Rheinturm is one of the many architectural highlights of a sunset walk (area looks equally stunning at night) through the Mediahafen ( media harbour) district in Dusseldorf. Other eye catching highlights to check out include Claude Vasconi's 'Grand Bateau' which resembles an ocean liner and William Alsop's Colorium. When in the area, combine your walk with a visit to the local Kunst Sammlung Nordrhein Westfalen ( Free if you are under 18, 2.50 for students with ID ) which houses major works by Kandinsky, Miro and Picasso.続きを読む »
This is THE PLACE for good coffee in Dusseldorf. The city has a great coffee culture and few brew a better cup of coffee than Tamas Fejer, chief barista and founder of Kaffeeschmeide. For the last 7 years he has been roasting his own coffee beans and supplying local caffeine fiends. A customer summed it up for me nicely- 'There are many places you can drink good coffee but few places where it is made for you to enjoy as an experience.'続きを読む »
'Bilk', the student area of Dusseldorf is a great place and a hub of all things cool ( like any student area around the world I guess) One such cool shop to check out for affordable gifts in this neighbourhood is the quirky 'Romantiklabor.' Everything is handcrafted here-Simone decorates clothes, candles, baby rompers and many more fine materials with cool anecdotes and positive words of encouragement. Shop is beautifully laid out- little wonder the place was voted one of the most beautiful shops in Germany by 'Architecture & Living' magazine.続きを読む »