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Enjoy Duesseldorf on a Budget

A popular city break destination, Düsseldorf is also a firm favorite of travelers on a budget. The lively city mixes the old with the new across a number of buzzy neighborhoods. With an arts and museum scene to rival that of any other metropolitan city, Düsseldorf has a large cultural calendar, one which can entertain budgets of every size. Whether you’re here for a week or just a long weekend, you’ll never have to dig too deeply into your pockets to get involved with everything Düsseldorf has to offer.

Things to see in Düsseldorf

Enjoy authentic German cuisine at pocket-friendly prices in Düsseldorf’s Old Town, or Altstadt. This charming neighborhood is full of period architecture and is well known for its numerous affordable bars and restaurants. This is where you’ll also find the Basilica St. Lambertus and the Old City Hall. For a long evening walk, head to the banks of the Rhine. There are many boat trips which will take you down the scenic river where you can take in some stunning vistas of the city. The famous Königsallee is another pretty street, perfect for a stroll with a quiet landscaped canal running alongside it. The Baroque Schloss Benrath is located within leafy gardens and is the perfect spot for a picnic during the summer months. For more of Düsseldorf’s history, check out the historic Düsseldorf-Kaiserswerth neighborhood. This is where you’ll find the famous ruins of the Kaiserpfalz palace and is the area where Florence Nightingale lived and worked whilst living in the city.

Budget hotels in Düsseldorf

There is an abundance of cheap hotels in Düsseldorf. If you’re on a tight budget, get your head down in a dorm in one of the many hostels that can be found throughout the city center. A great option for younger travelers, hostels usually come with communal areas and the option to take part in social activities. There is also a plethora of Düsseldorf budget hotels to choose from, most of which benefit from central locations. All budget hotels in Düsseldorf feature basic mod cons and standard home comforts.

Where to stay in Düsseldorf

Medianhafen is the place to be if you want a taste of Düsseldorf’s buzzing nightlife. A recently redeveloped area, this neighborhood is mainly office blocks and entertainment venues during the day, but once the sun goes down, many of the bustling bars and restaurants open their doors. If you want somewhere quieter but still close to the action, Düsseldorf’s Altstadt neighborhood is peppered with authentic German taverns and within walking distance to most of the sights. To avoid the more expensive areas of the city, head to the center’s North-Eastern region where you’ll find plenty of budget hotels offering more bang for your buck.

How to get to Düsseldorf

There are 3 airports to choose from when flying to Düsseldorf: Düsseldorf International Airport has flights coming in from many major airlines on a daily basis and is a 17-minute train ride away from the city center. Cologne-Bonn International is slightly further away. From here, it takes just under an hour to reach the center. Airport Weeze is slightly further away. It takes an hour and 15 minutes to get to the center by train, but is used by many budget airlines. The city’s main railway station is conveniently linked to many other major German cities thanks to the Deutsche Bahn ICE—the country’s high-speed rail service.

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