One of the most dense transportation networks in Europe
As the center of one of the most populous regions in the country, Dusseldorf offers one of the densest transport networks in Europe. Thanks to several railway stations, especially the main station and airport station, Dusseldorf is very well connected for both local and long-distance travel. Within the city, the local traffic regulated by a dense public transport network. Different buses, subways and trams connect all parts of the city. The train map of the Rheinbahn can be found here.
Use bike and car sharing
To support local transport in Dusseldorf, the city offers both private and urban services for private transport. Both car and bike sharing are firmly established in Dusseldorf. Suppliers are e.g. DriveNow, Car2go and stadtmobil.
National and international connections
As the third largest German airport, Dusseldorf Airport is NRW’s global hub. It connects both the city and the region with international destinations. The city center is also known as the “10 minute city”, as the main station, airport and motorways can be reached within 10 minutes. Connection to the motorways include A3, A46, A52 and A59.