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Flights from London to Dusseldorf

Fly London to Dusseldorf and find out all you need to know here before booking your cheap flights to Dusseldorf from London.


London Airport Overview

When you’re looking to book your cheap flights from London to Dusseldorf, it’s important to know which London airport to fly out from - when flying to Dusseldorf you’ll be departing from Stansted Airport. Stansted Airport is the fourth busiest airport in the UK and handles over 25 million passengers a year. To get to Stansted Airport you can get a National Express coach which runs 24 hours a day and has 15 pick-up points around central London. There’s also the more direct route by train via the Stansted Express which runs every 15 minutes and takes only 47 minutes from London Liverpool Street. If going by car, Stansted Airport is just 40 miles outside central London and is just off the M11 motorway.

Once you’ve gone through security, you’ll find a good range of shops, cafes and restaurants in the duty-free part of the airport in case you need to do any last-minute shopping or just need an opportunity to relax and unwind before your flights from London to Dusseldorf. 


Dusseldorf Weeze Airport Overview

When you disembark from your London to Dusseldorf flights you’ll find that Weeze Airport is a one passenger terminal building with one runway. The airport handles over 2 million passengers every year. When travelling from Weeze airport to Dusseldorf city centre, you’ll find there are direct buses that serve Düsseldorf Main Station up to 7 times a day; the travel time is 1h 15min. The buses serve the railway stations of Weeze, Kevelaer and Goch on a frequent basis. Travellers for Düsseldorf Main Station will need to catch the bus to Weeze or Kevelaer railway stations and get a connecting train to Düsseldorf Main Station.


What to Expect on arrival at Dusseldorf?

Upon arrival from your flights from London to Dusseldorf, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to things to see and do. Some of these must-see attractions include The Altstadt (Old Town) with its views of the Rhine and the world’s longest bar. The river Rhine is the lifeline of Dusseldorf, and thus no trip to Dusseldorf can be considered complete without spending some time in this peaceful part of the city. The Rhine embankment is the perfect place to enjoy a stroll or bask in the beautiful views of the river. For more history and culture check out The Kaiserpfalz, ruins of Emperor Friedrich Barbarossa’s “Royal Palace,” it tells stories of centuries of history. Exploring its historic walls, nestled amid lush foliage in one of the prettiest parts of the city.


Five fun facts about Dusseldorf

  • The Düsseldorf Altstadt is known as "the longest bar in the world", because the small Old Town has more than 300 bars and night-clubs; supposedly, each establishment's bar-counter connecting to one next door.
  • One of the oldest traditions in Dusseldorf is the chartwheel. There are many stories as to why this is and the most popular origin story is the battle of Worringen. Adolf VIII, Count of Berg, defeated the Archbishop of Cologne in this battle in 1288. As a result of the victory, the people of Dusseldorf especially the children were seen running for joy and making cartwheels on the streets.
  • Düsseldorf is one of the world’s leading exporters of mustard, so much so that ‘Die Stadt Senf’ or ‘Mustard City’ is one of its known nicknames.
  • The Königsallee ("King's Avenue") nicknamed Kö by the locals, is by far Germany's busiest, upscale shopping street. The Königsallee is noted for both the landscaped canal that runs along its centre, as well as for the fashion showrooms and luxury retail stores located along its sides and is known as the German equivalent of The Champs-Elysées.
  • Dusseldorf is also known as a pioneer in the world of art design and modern architecture with 26 museums and 100+ galleries.


From London to Dusseldorf: Practical Information

Before your London to Dusseldorf flights you’ll need to prepare yourself by changing your currency from pounds to euros. You will also need to bring an adaptor for any electrical devices such as smart phones, tablets or laptops. August is the hottest month in Dusseldorf with an average temperature of 18°C and the coldest is January at 2°C with the most daily sunshine hours at 7 in May. The wettest month is June with an average of 73.7mm of rain. 

If you do not plan on relying on public transport to get around check out Ryanair Car Hire for great deals on renting a car for your trip. 

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