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Car hire at Dusseldorf Airport

Car hire at Dusseldorf Airport

Dusseldorf Airport (DUS) is an international airport linking the North Rhine-Westphalia region of Germany to more than 200 global destinations. It can be reached via the A44 autobahn, and provides easy access to the city of Dusseldorf, a global business and financial centre that also boasts a thriving cultural scene.

What I need to know

There are several Dusseldorf Airport car hire providers to choose from, with offices located conveniently on the airport premises. To get the best deal, visit our website and compare car hire prices - we'll compare 1,500 car rental companies to find you the best price, with no credit card fees attached.

Where to pick up my car

Dusseldorf Airport car rental customers can easily locate the offices of the various car hire operators in the Arrivals area of the terminal. From there, you can collect your keys and set off into Dusseldorf and the surrounding area, where all sorts of cultural experiences await you.

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Where to go

One of the wealthiest cities in Germany, Dusseldorf is located on the banks of the river Rhine and combines modern living with a thriving arts scene, amazing architecture and a love of sports. Whether you love partying, shopping or quiet relaxation, Dusseldorf has something to offer you.

Nearby Dusseldorf Airport

Dusseldorf Airport is located close to the city's Old Town or Altstadt, which is packed with venues to enjoy a refreshing German beer and breathe in the local culture. You might also want to see some art at the Stiftung Museum Kunstpalast, or take in the sights on the banks of the Rhine.

Longer drives

From Dusseldorf Airport, you can take a drive down to Bonn, the former capital of West Germany, or embark on a longer trip in the direction of Frankfurt. Dusseldorf is also not too far from the border with the Netherlands, making it a great place to begin a cross-continental journey.

Eating and drinking

Dusseldorf is famous for its Altbier, a top-fermented beverage with a characteristic flavour that's unique to the area. The city is also well known for its diverse cuisine - this includes plenty of authentic Asian food, as Dusseldorf is home to one of Europe's largest Japanese communities.

Things to do

Dusseldorf's Altstadt is a party paradise with more than 260 pubs, earning it the nickname of “the longest bar in the world”. You may be able to attend the city's famous carnival or Christmas market at various times of year; alternatively, catch a performance at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein opera house or the Dusseldorfer Schauspielhaus theatre.


When in Dusseldorf, it's hard not to catch sight of the 240.5 m Rheinturm, which houses a revolving restaurant and an observation deck for visitors. For something a bit more traditional, check out the Schloss Benrath, an 18th century palace, or the many pieces on display at the Stiftung Museum Kunstpalast.