Cheap Flights to Dusseldorf Airport

Dusseldorf may not be as popular amongst tourists as Munich or Frankfurt, but the beautiful city is consistently ranked as one of Germany's top ten tourist spots. The city is also very well known in the design industry as the birthplace of many major fashion trends. Additionally, Dusseldorf is a leader in the culinary world, offering many special and unique dishes that travellers love. Whether you're ready to book a flight or just daydreaming, Skyscanner has all the best information for booking a trip to Dusseldorf. Find the cheapest flight routes from anywhere in the world by entering your home airport as the starting point and Dusseldorf Airport (DUS) as your destination. Travel dates not set yet? Use Skyscanner's Cheapest Month Search Tool to scan the whole year and pinpoint the month with the cheapest airfare to Dusseldorf.

Best Time to Book a Flight to Dusseldorf

Weather-wise, Dusseldorf is a great place to visit any time of the year. The summers are warm and sunny and the spring and fall months are mild and comfortable. In the winter, you can expect generally cool weather. The temperatures do not often fall below freezing and there is very little snowfall. If you are lucky enough to visit Dusseldorf between late November and late December, you will be treated to the incredible festivities surrounding the Christmas holiday. The Dusseldorf Christmas Market brings residents and tourists together with music, art, and food.

Airlines that Fly to Dusseldorf Airport

Over fifty different airlines offer flights to and from Dusseldorf, including popular airlines like British Airways, Lufthansa, and SunExpress. Condor, Germania, and low-cost carrier Eurowings are the airlines offering the most flight routes. Since there are currently no flights direct from Canada to Dusseldorf, flight routes will generally include a stop in a major European city.

Arriving at the Airport

Dusseldorf Airport is made up of three passenger terminals connected by an indoor walkway. Terminal A and B are used for flights to and from Schengen-area countries and Terminal C is used for non-Schengen flights. Taxis are available at the taxi ranks outside of each terminal. The seven-kilometre ride to Dusseldorf's downtown core will cost about $45 CAD by taxi. Seven car rental companies also operate out of Dusseldorf Airport, including Budget and Europcar. You can book at the service counters located at arrivals, or book in advance through Skyscanner to ensure availability.

There are also many budget-friendly transportation alternatives available at DUS. Four different bus routes stop directly at the airport and drop off in various spots throughout the city. You can also board the SkyTrain at the airport to take you directly to the train station located a few kilometres away. At the train station, inexpensive express trains stop every few minutes.

Dusseldorf Airport Facilities

If you're visiting Dusseldorf from Canada, the long travel time and the time difference are likely to wear you out. If you need to relax and unwind, book a hotel close to Dusseldorf Airport. There is one hotel directly attached to the airport and another within a minute's walk. If you're heading to a hotel off-site, take advantage of the airport's free Wi-Fi to check your messages before leaving. If you're at the airport on a layover and need a faster connection, you also have the option of paying for premium Wi-Fi.

Since most of Dusseldorf Airport's shops and cafes are open seven days a week, you can always find exactly what you need. Cuisine choices range from regional delicacies to foods from around the world. The airport's shopping centre contains over 60 shops ranging from clothing boutiques and speciality electronic stores to simple souvenir shops. Many of the stores are located before security in an area open to the public.

What to See and Do in Dusseldorf

The city of Dusseldorf is filled with historic neighbourhoods that are best explored on foot. You can book a walking tour with a guide, or take a walk on your own to see the sights. One of the most popular walking areas in the city is the Rheinuferpromenade. If you want to see the whole city at once, be sure to stop by the Rhine Tower (also known as the Rheinturm). The tower's observation deck is open daily to tourists. There is also a revolving restaurant at the top of the tower offering great food and incredible panoramic views of the city.

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