Flights to Düsseldorf

Düsseldorf – City of Art and Architecture

Beach, Culture, Nature

Düsseldorf, the state capital of North Rhine-Westphalia, the most populous federal state since 1946, presents itself with attractive urban architecture and stands for the Rheinish lifestyle with its well-known old town.

Feature/Location

Düsseldorf is Germany’s sixth-largest city located at the river Rhine

Currency

Euro / Euro (€)

Weather

The best time to visit Düsseldorf are the summer months from June to September.

Time Zone

CET Time zone / GMT + 1

1 Airport

(DUS) / Corenon Airlines operate from DUS

Activities

Old town, Königsallee and the Media harbour

Düsseldorf has a well-to-do reputation as an international financial giant, underpinned by its chic shopping street Königsallee and the revitalized harbour where buildings have led to the major names in architecture.

The metropolis right by the Rhine is the capital of the North Rhine-Westphalia region and famous for its high quality of living. A mix of modern and traditional culture is what gives it its unique character.
 
Worth seeing
If you decide to visit Düsseldorf, you should make sure you see the Rhine tower. It is not only a landmark of the city and a pretty accessory on its skyline, but also has a viewing platform and a restaurant at almost 180 metres high which turns on its own axis once an hour. This will give you a good view over Düsseldorf and its surroundings. When nearby, you should also go and see the “Medienhafen” (media harbour). The interestingly designed “Gehry-buildings” are a further great photo opportunity. For those travellers interested in Japanese culture, the Japanese quarter around the “Immermannstrasse” street could be a worthwhile option. Asian supermarkets, grocery shops, restaurants and much more can be found here with the main station right around the corner. 
 
Art and culture
Düsseldorf is a city that is rich in culture. Numerous exhibitions and concerts take place in different parts of the city. Located in the south is the castle of Benrath, which offers two museums and a breathtaking view of the building’s outer walls. The art academy could be an entertaining stop for all those who are interested in drawing, painting and sculpting. In the summer, there are many festivals held right by the Rhine’s bank, such as Japan Day or the French Festival. Also, Düsseldorf is one of the three main carnival strongholds in Germany so be sure to visit it in the spring as well.
 
Fashion and shopping
For several years now, Düsseldorf has been considered an important fashion and shopping metropolis. All shopping lovers will feel at home in the “Königsallee”. Some people will need a whole day to get through the full kilometer packed with shopping opportunities at all the famous and noble luxury stores. Located right next to it is the brand new “Kö-Bogen” which was designed by New York star designer Daniel Libeskind. The modern building made of glass and natural stone does not only accommodate the luxury shopping center Breuninger and noble other stores, but also several fine restaurants and an espresso bar for a quick refreshment in between shopping sprees. Düsseldorf’s old town also offers many shopping opportunities for all.
 
Food, drinks and nightlife
In Düsseldorf you will typically drink “Altbier”. It’s not hard to find a pub (“Kneipe”) or two on or around the Bolkerstrasse. With more than 260 pubs on half a square kilometer, Düsseldorf is considered the “world’s longest bar” and is merry and active late into the night. The city doesn’t lack fine restaurants either. Whether home-style cooking, Italian or Japanese, Düsseldorf has a wide culinary offering. No matter whether you prefer a burger restaurant or three-star cuisine, in this city, every gourmet can have what they love.
 
Transport Connections
The inner city of Düsseldorf is located about 9 km from the airport and can be reached by suburban train (S-Bahn), regional train (RE, RB) or taxi. The “S-Bahn” station is right by the terminal. To get the regional train, you can simply take the skytrain to the airport’s train station.
 
 
  • Beach
  • Culture
  • Nature

Beach

point type
Media Harbour

Düsseldorf won’t offer you a sandy beach but traditionally a visit to Düsseldorf must include a boat trip on the Rhine which can offer the same pleasure as a visit to the beach. Take a cruise on the Rhine and you'll see the city at its most atmospheric, with dramatic buildings on the waterfront in the Media Harbour and the historic Old Town. Daily regular departures mean you are able to pick a river cruise in the morning or afternoon.

Culture

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Gehry buildings

Whether it's art, architecture, theatre, ballet or music - when it comes to culture, Düsseldorf is at the top of the international league. In the Rhine metropolis, the density of museums is not only unparalleled in Germany but also in Europe. The city also has a great deal of top-class architecture – two prominent examples are the Gehry buildings in the MedienHafen and the Kö-Bogen by Daniel Libeskind. Whether contemporary theater, ballet or vaudeville - the large stages, Düsseldorf offer plays and shows for every lover of culture.

Nature

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green heart

The city's green heart is located in the centre of Düsseldorf: the Hofgarten (Court Garden). The 200 year old park stretches over 28 hectares. The cooling effect from the trees, ponds and fountains in summer, in particular provide a welcome relief from the heat. The parks of Düsseldorf are the "green lungs," right in the heart of the city. Düsseldorf Department of Environment and Parks promotes trips to the city's natural areas using the slogan Off into nature.

Weather in Düsseldorf

Düsseldorf has a mild, humid climate with no dry season and warm summers. You are most likely to experience good weather with nice average temperatures that fall between 20 degrees Celsius (68 degrees F) and 25 degrees Celsius during the months of June, July and August.

19 C Few Clouds
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  • Sep 23, Thu 21 Broken Clouds
  • Sep 24, Fri 21 Scattered Clouds
  • Sep 25, Sat 20 Overcast Clouds
  • Sep 26, Sun 16 Light Rain

Cities with direct flights to Düsseldorf

Throughout the Summerperiod Corendon Airlines will connect Düsseldorf with the major Turkish cities Ankara, Antalya, Kayseri, Izmir, Bodrum, Gaziantep, Adana, Diyarbaki, Trabzon, Zonguldak and Samsun. For the holidaymaker Corendon Airlines will be offering direct flights to the Canary Islands (Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria), the Balearic Islands (Mallorca and Ibiza) Greece (Rhodes and Crete) as well as Italy (Sardinia and Calabria) and Egypt (Hurghada). These beautiful holiday destinations will be bookable through the major tour operators. Düsseldorf Airport is the third largest airport in Germany and generated 24 million passengers in 2018. The airport offers a direct rail connection to the city centre of Düsseldorf and main station.

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Cheap flight tickets to Düsseldorf

When planning your stay in Düsseldorf Corendon Airlines will offer you the cheapest and most convenient fares via our Online Website or Mobile App. Look out for special deals and vouchers throughout the year via our website. The earlier you book your flights and organise your travel arrangements for Düsseldorf the more you can secure a great stay in Düsseldorf. Make sure you reserve your seat and an inflight meal when booking your flight ticket to secure the best prices making your journey unforgettable.

Accommodation in Düsseldorf

Düsseldorf has over 240 hotels in and around the city from small family-run hotels to modern city boutiques to 5 star luxury, you will be spoilt for choice when choosing the best one for you. From the cheap hostels to luxury accommodation – you have many options to make your stay in Düsseldorf affordable and unforgettable. Hostels, youth hostels, apartments and university dorms for students are the offered options for those budget conscious. But Düsseldorf also offers a few 5 and 4-star hotels that are highly-rated like the Hilton, Hyatt Regency and the Breidenbacher Hof. These hotels are centrally situated and the shopping area Königsallee is nearby and highly recommended.

Airport and Transportation

Düsseldorf Airport is the most important airport in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and the gateway to many larger cities. In terms of passenger volume, Düsseldorf Airport ranks third in Germany behind Frankfurt am Main and Munich. With two of its own train stations, Düsseldorf Airport offers you a comfortable alternative to traveling by car. Over 350 trains, from the S-Bahn to the ICE, stop at Düsseldorf Airport every day

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Frequently Asked Questions About Düsseldorf

When is the best time to travel to Düsseldorf?

From June through to August

Are there direct flights to Düsseldorf?

Yes, Corendon Airlines offers direct flights to Düsseldorf

Where do I book my flights to Düsseldorf?

Via the Corendon Airlines website or Mobile app

When are the Japan days in Düsseldorf?

They take place in May

How many airports does Düsseldorf have?

Düsseldorf has 1 airport (DUS) Does Düsseldorf also offer cheap accommodation? Yes, the city offers many accommodation options

How large is Düsseldorf?

It’s Germany’s sixth largest citys

Which famous river flows through Düsseldorf?

The river Rhine flows through Düsseldorf

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