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Düsseldorf Weeze Airport (NRN)

Niederrhein Airport in Weeze, a town close to the German/Dutch border, lies over 50 miles away from central Düsseldorf, despite the 'Düsseldorf Weeze' name given to it by Ryanair. 

As a result of its location, it can take around 90 minutes to get to Düsseldorf city centre (e.g., by bus number 73 to Bahnhof Kevelaer any train from there going to Düsseldorf Hauptbahnhof) and around 2 hours to reach the Düsseldorf Arena (as the Merkur Spiel-Arena is being called for Euro 2024). The latter journey could, for example be: bus SW1 A to Bahnhof Weeze, any train from there to Düsseldorf Hauptbahnhof (main station) and then the U78 underground to MERKUR SPIEL-ARENA/Messe Nord.

You can plan your onward journey via the information provided on the Weeze Airport website and via the VRR public transport website for the Rhine/Ruhr region.

As far as fares go, you're covered if you have a national rail pass such as the Deutschlandticket. If not, and you're planning on doing some sightseeing in the region as well as going to the match, it might be worth getting free regional travel with a WelcomeCard Ruhr.

If instead you're aiming to pick up a hire car at the airport, the best-known rental firms operating there are Sixt, National, Alamo and Enterprise. Their desks are directly opposite arrivals area. You can see which offer the best prices via here.

Hotels close to the airport

Within 15 minutes of the terminal

Best Deal Airporthotel Weeze
900 metres from the terminal building (about 14 minutes on foot or 3 minutes by bus/shuttle). Free parking, free Wi-Fi and free shuttle. 

Airport Hotel Jägerhof Weeze
A 14-minute drive from the airport (by car, taxi or bus). 100 yards from Weeze station. Bar and restaurant. Free parking and free Wi-Fi. 

Alt Weeze
Across the road from the Jägerhof, so travel to/from the airport is as above. Country-style rooms. Restaurant and bar. Free parking and free Wi-Fi.


You can see photos of the airport in this Weeze Airport gallery.

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