By intercity bus to Düsseldorf
Pinkbus will take you straight to Düsseldorf – for just 25 euros. A cheap and comfortable way to travel.
Non-stop to the Kö
Düsseldorf is not just Porsche and the “Kö”, as the luxurious Königsallee shopping boulevard is affectionately called, but also flea markets and cyclists. Everything your heart desires can be found in the large metropolis on the Rhine river – even if you don’t have a lot of cash. Düsseldorf has water, beaches, parks, bars, beer gardens, restaurants and edgy stores. And our intercity buses will take you directly to the city on the Rhine river without additional stops.
Why you should take the Pinkbus to Düsseldorf
Big city and village – in Düsseldorf, you can have it all. Enjoy a dark beer or two at the so-called longest bar of the historic city, go exploring through the narrow alleys and find hip labels in stores far away from Königsallee & Co. And if you have had enough of the hustle and bustle of the city, you can relax on the meadows along the Rhine river, enjoying the best views over the city – from Düsseldorf’s promenade to the Rheinturm and Mediahafen.
Düsseldorf is actually not as chichi as many say, but vibrant and diverse. Would you like to discover the diversity the metropolis on the Rhine has to offer? Would you like the best insider tips for avoiding the tourist masses? For your city trip to Düsseldorf, let us show you the esprit of the city far away from the cliché.
By taking a Pinkbus, you will enjoy a comfortable ride to the city on the Rhine with no hidden additional stops. We offer you lots of legroom, Wi-Fi, onboard entertainment and no unexpected extra costs. Your fare is 25 euros – always and for each and every route. Plus: your bags come along for free.
By bus from Berlin to Düsseldorf
Kick back and relax as you travel from Berlin to Düsseldorf, always direct, always affordable, always easy. With Pinkbus.
Info about Düsseldorf
Düsseldorf is quality of life. When surveys are taken on the world’s most livable cities, the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia frequently comes in somewhere at the top. Each of its 50 city quarters is different from the others – and each has its own special charm. In addition to the quarters, Düsseldorf is divided into ten city districts.
Once a small fishing village with the name of Dusselsorp, the city has developed into a commercial capital. With just under 620,000 residents, Düsseldorf is the second largest city in North Rhine-Westphalia after Cologne. Many stock market-oriented companies have put down roots in the trade fair city and are a draw for students and skilled workers alike.
The intercity bus offers you a safe and comfortable ride to this fashion metropolis at a fair price. Once there, you can immediately dive into one of the trendy quarters such as Unterbilk or Friedrichstadt. A lot here is young, hip and modern – these city quarters are loved by students and the unconventional alike. They have become home to many start-ups and young entrepreneurs. And this mix of old and new gives the city its special charm: historic façades are waiting to be discovered tucked away between modern buildings.
Bus, rail & bike – the best ways of getting around Düsseldorf
The residents of Düsseldorf are very satisfied with their city’s infrastructure. It doesn’t matter whether you prefer the bus, Stadtbahn trains or tram lines – it is easy to get from A to B whenever you feel like it. Important junctions of the city are the central station, Heinrich-Heine-Allee subway station, the Südpark and Benrath rail station – many regional fast trains, local trains and commuter trains arrive and depart from them. Tickets and the timetables of the public transportation services are available on the website of the Rheinbahn.
The extensive network of bike paths makes cruising by bike both convenient and uncomplicated. You don’t need to bring your own bike: just rent your favorite model at one of the many bike rental stores. There are beautiful paths along the Rhine or you could take a tour straight through the historic part of the city.