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Located on the river Rhine, Düsseldorf is the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia and the seventh largest city in Germany in terms of its population.
It’s a well-known international business and financial centre, having become one of the top centres for telecommunications within Germany. Throughout the year it plays host to many fashion and trade fairs attracting millions of visitors to the city.
However popular these are, Düsseldorf is also known for its lovely old town, its beer and its shopping, and is home to one of the best art collections in the Rhine area.
It’s also famous for its carnival that is held during February and March each year, and the 9-day long Kirmes fun fair, which attracts over 4 million visitors each summer.
The busy airport is located about eight kilometres outside of the city centre. The third largest airport in Germany, almost 22 million passengers make their way through its terminals each year.
While there are very good railway links into Düsseldorf, arriving at the airport can be a daunting prospect. And that’s where Rent A Bus Düsseldorf can help by offering fast and reliable shuttle buses and airport transfers to the centre of Düsseldorf.
It’s the ideal way for groups to get to the city.
With almost 250 hotels in Düsseldorf, and numerous other guest establishments you’ll never be short of places to stay.
However, you may need to book well in advance if you plan to visit during carnival and Kirmes weeks or when the fashion and trade shows hit the city.
Much of the city was destroyed during World War II and consequently, very few old buildings remain. However, if modern architecture is more your thing, you’ll have plenty to keep you occupied.
Buildings of note include the City Hall, St. Lambertus Basilika, the Neander Church and the houses around Stiftsplatz.
Most people tend to head for Altstadt, or Old Town that, although destroyed during the war, has been completely rebuilt to resemble the original. Here you’ll find places to shop, together with coffee shops and bars, and in the evening it turns into the ‘longest bar in the world’ with over 260 places to eat, drink and be merry.
Be sure to try the ‘Altbier’ at one of the historical brewing houses, and sample some of the local delicacies including Rheinischer Sauerbraten or Ahzesupp (pea soup). And, if you’re planning a wild night out in the Altstadt, why not hire a minibus in Düsseldorf through Rent A Bus?
We’ll guarantee you a safe journey home.
Burgplatz is situated right next to the Rhine at the edge of the old town. The original castle has long since gone, but the remaining tower now houses the inland navigation museum and a coffee shop with fantastic views over the Rhine.
The City Monument is also located in the square and depicts a potted history of the city. And, when you fancy stretching your legs, a walk down the beautiful promenade is a must. Stretching from Parliament to Rhine-Park, the promenade is also the place to board one of the many boats trips, or simply to sit in an outdoor coffee shop and watch the world go by.
With a history of fashion, many people visit Düsseldorf for its fantastic array of shops. One of the most popular shopping destinations, the ‘Kö’ or to give it its full name, Königsallee, has an unsurpassed selection of jewellery shops and designer boutiques.
It’s also a great place to simply stroll along the banks of the landscaped canal that runs down the centre, and take in the atmosphere of this upscale shopping area.
If you plan to ‘shop till you drop’, Rent A Bus will be on hand to pick up the parcels and deliver you back to your hotel or home in style and comfort. Contact us now to find out more about our minibus rentals in Düsseldorf.
With our fleet of modern coaches, minibuses and limousines, Rent A Bus Düsseldorf offers transportation for groups of all sizes. Get in touch with us now to find out more and book your bus rental in Düsseldorf.