Dusseldorf International Airport (DUS) airport is conveniently located just 10 kilometres (6 miles) from the Dusseldorf city centre and its main train station.

To take a train from Dusseldorf airport to Dusseldorf, follow signs to the SkyTrain, an automated rail system which will take you from the terminals to the airport’s mainline train station.

From the airport station, you can choose from a variety of trains, from local S-bahn services to high-speed InterCity Express (ICE) trains. They will take you to the Dusseldorf Hauptbahnhof (main train station) and other destinations in the city centre. From the Hauptbahnhof, you can connect to other forms of transportation, including taxis, buses, and other train lines.

Trains leave Dusseldorf airport many an hour throughout the day, and the total train trip takes just 5 or 6 minutes on fast trains and up to 12 minutes on slower ones.

You will need to buy a ticket if your final destination is in the Dusseldorf city centre. Tickets range in price depending on what kind of train you take, with S-bahn trains being the cheapest and ICE trains being the most expensive at 7.60 euros one-way. Tickets can be purchased at the airport station, either from ticket offices or automated machines.

Other ways of getting from the Dusseldorf airport to Dusseldorf include taking a bus, an airport taxi, or car hire.