Showing the fastest and cheapest results for tomorrow, Dec 02.
We couldn’t find any journeys for this date. Click below and try searching for another date.
At first glance, Düsseldorf is modern, businesslike, and fancy, being one of Germany's wealthiest cities. It's considered a hotspot for fashion, and is home to one of the country's most expensive shopping streets: the Königsallee. The city is also a hub for modern art, featuring a famed arts academy, several impressive art museums, and even more art galleries. But there's another side to the city as well: situated along the Rhine river, the Altstadt (or Old Town) is home to hundreds of bars, clubs, and breweries, all packed into one compact historical quarter. This is where the button-ups come off and locals let their hair down. Düsseldorf is extremely easy to navigate by public transport - in fact, getting around in the city centre is probably faster by public transport than by car. The city's public transport system consists of an extensive U-Bahn or subway network, several trams and buses, and S-Bahns or suburban trains. Train station Düsseldorf Hbf is the city's main railway station, and the central hub connecting all means of transportation.
The Königsallee with its chic boutiques is within walking distance from train station Düsseldorf Hbf. Alternately, it's only a short drive by subway. U-Bahn lines U74, U75, U76, U77, and U79 all serve passengers heading for the train station. The historic Altstadt is located a bit further out, and although the distance can be walked, many travelers prefer to take the convenient subway. U-Bahn lines U74, U76, U76, and U77 depart from station Tonhalle/Ehrenhoff and are destined for the central station. Similarly, from the iconic Rheinturm, it's possible to walk to the train station, but as it's quite a walk public transport might be preferable. Although there's no subway available nearby, there are trams and buses going to the central train station. Tram line 709 departs from station Stadtorr, and bus line 732 has a dedicated station at the Rheinturm.
The distance from the Königsallee to train station Düsseldorf Hbf is 0.7 miles (1.1 km) and can be walked in approximately 15 minutes, following the Friedrich-Ebert-Straße and the Steinstraße. Travelers opting for the subway should arrive at the train station in just four minutes, making this the fastest option. The distance from the Altstadt to the train station is 1.3 miles (2.1 km). On foot, this would take about 27 minutes, walking along the Steinstraße. By subway, the journey takes around ten minutes. From the Rheinturm, the distance to train station Düsseldorf Hbf is 1.4 miles (2.3 km), along the Graf-Adolf-Straße. Travelers who prefer to walk can reach the station on foot within half an hour. By bus, the journey takes approximately 18 minutes, and by tram the travel time is about 15 minutes.
Train station Düsseldorf Hbf is easily accessible for travelers with limited abilities. The station is entirely wheelchair-accessible, and elevators and boarding aids are available on all platforms. The station features disabled parking spaces and disabled toilets. The main passage and platforms are all equipped with guide strips for visually-impaired travelers, and the station's information point offers an induction loop for hearing-impaired travelers. The station's travel center has a barrier-free entrance, call system, and counter. Special travel assistance can be booked in advance. An informative city guide for travelers with limited abilities by Düsseldorf Tourismus GmbH is available online.
Train station Düsseldorf Hbf was first opened in 1891, and since that time has undergone several reconstructions. In the 1930s, the station building was completely redesigned and rebuilt and endowed with its notable clock tower. In the 1980s major reconstructions took place, and the station was given modern features such as a food court, elevators, office buildings, and even a hotel and discotheque at the place where the 1st class waiting room was formerly located. Finally, in 2005 minor updates have been carried out.
One of the latest services added to the city's public transport network is a late-night bus and trams service. On Friday and Saturday night, several bus and tram lines carry on until 04:00 a.m. to bring passengers to train station Düsseldorf Hbf: a great feature for both partygoers and travelers. Travelers looking for a bite to eat don't have to look far: the station's main hall hosts several fast food joints and restaurants, and right in front of the station plenty of dining options can be found as well. Many of them are open until late at night, making sure travelers passing through Düsseldorf Hbf never go hungry.