Düsseldorf is a “ten-minute” city.
Distances are short: from the Messe (exhibition centre) to the Hauptbahnhof (main railway station), from conference centre to restaurant on Königsallee, from the airport to city centre hotel – anywhere you want to go is in easy reach.
There is probably no other international airport in Europe that has such good links as Düsseldorf International Airport – and that goes for the city centre, as well as for the conference and exhibition centre. It is the fourth-largest airport in Germany, annually handling around 25.5 million passengers and over 220,000 flights to more than 248 destinations in 74 countries.
And Düsseldorf is easy to reach by train as well – whether you’re coming from Amsterdam, Paris or Brussels. So you’ve got the best conditions for stress-free travel.
Once you’ve arrived, a pleasant stay is guaranteed thanks to the city’s 230 hotels – including a number of new boutique hotels with sophisticated and meticulously detailed concepts.
And then there are over 150 special locations with cutting-edge infrastructure and technology, rounding off the perfect framework conditions.