Flights from Dublin to Dusseldorf

Flight information Dublin to Dusseldorf

Cheapest return price last month


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Average flight time, total distance 888 kilometres

1h 45min

Most popular airline last month

Aer Lingus

Dusseldorf International and Weeze

2 airports

Flights from Dublin to Dusseldorf

This information is correct as of March 2016

Airlines that fly from Dublin to Dusseldorf

Currently Aer Lingus, Swiss, Lufthansa, Air France and German Wings offer flights from Dublin to Dusseldorf

Terminal Information – Departing

Dublin Airport, just 5 miles from the centre of Dublin, can be reached easily by car and public transport. Local buses 16, 41, 102 and the Airport Airlink 747 all connect the airport to the city centre in just 30 minutes with tickets costing £6* for a single journey. Taxis and car hire are also available from the terminal.

There is a good choice of eating and shopping in the airport with bars, restaurants, fast food outlets, a duty free shopping area and places to purchase books, newspapers, travel essentials, gifts and fashions. There are also cash machines, currency exchange desks, car hire, car parking, baby changing facilities, conference facilities, free Wi-Fi internet and two on-site hotels.

Terminal Information – Arriving

Dusseldorf Airport is just 5 miles from the centre of Dusseldorf and has excellent road and transport links. Regular trains depart each day from Düsseldorf Airport’s railway station to various locations around the city. The journey time is approximately 10 minutes on the high speed trains and a single fare costs from €8*. The automated Sky Train links the railway station and the terminal building in around 6 minutes. The local S11 S-Bahn metro train runs directly into the airport complex and links to Düsseldorf Hauptbahnhof in the city centre in just 30 minutes and costs from €2.60* for a one way ticket. The bus station is located in front of Arrivals, from which a good selection of regional services depart including the 760, 721 and the SB51. Journey times vary and a single ticket costs from €2.60*. Taxis and car hire are also available.

Inside Dusseldorf Airport there are cash machines, currency exchange desks, banking facilities, 30 minutes of free Wi-Fi internet, more than 40 bars, cafes, restaurants and fast food outlets to choose from and over 70 shops in which to purchase anything from clothes and accessories to electronics, books, travel essentials, duty free items, gifts and more. There are baby changing and conference facilities, airport lounges, car hire, car parking and two on-site hotels.

Practical Information

You need your passport with you when you’re flying out with the UK. There are printers in the check-in area of DublinAirport, so there is no need to panic if you forget to print your boarding pass. If you have a smartphone you can store your boarding card electronically on your phone. Security can scan the e-barcode so you don’t need to worry about paper at all.

We recommend leaving plenty of time at the airport, so try not to arrive any later than one hour before your flight is due to depart. Queues at security are longer at weekends and during school holidays, so it’s worth giving yourself extra time.

What to expect in Dusseldorf

Classy and sophisticated, Dusseldorf has everything you would expect from a bustling city plus a few fabulous extras including its own beer! This wealthy city straddles the mighty Rhine River and makes the most of its watery views with river-side walks, cafes, boulevards and bars. Trendy shopping areas are plentiful as are the number of museums and galleries filled with old masters and contemporary works from around the world. High quality fine dining is as popular as the rowdy down to earth beer-hall that has become synonymous with Germany. Breath-taking medieval landmarks that were lost in the second world war have been lovingly restored or rebuilt in the breath-taking Altstadt (Old Town) sitting on their magical winding cobbled streets. Over 200 bars fill the Old Town, to ensure you linger there and admire the city’s architectural feats. It has come to be one of the coolest parts of Dusseldorf. Throughout the year, the city celebrates with festivals including Christmas time when the city transforms into a magical winter wonderland.

Summers are warm in Dusseldorf while winters often see snow. The best time of year to visit largely depends on what activities you prefer to pursue. Both times of year are wonderful for a visit. July and August are the best months to enjoy alfresco coffees and walks along the river while winter is the best bet for Christmas markets and aromas of cinnamon wafting through the chilly air. Rain can fall all year round, so come prepared with a brolly!

Dusseldorf is not the cheapest city in Europe to visit but then everything is such high quality. A meal for one in an inexpensive restaurants starts from €10*, a beer from €3*, a coffee from approximately €2.50* and a meal for two from €45*. There is a range of accommodation from cheaper out of town options to luxury hotels and budget B&Bs.

*Prices subject to change

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