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These campervans are available at our local depot in Düsseldorf. Find out which fits your road trip best.
Here’s some essential information for campervan travellers in Düsseldorf
If you want to hire a campervan or motorhome in Düsseldorf, we’re the people for you. Fly into Düsseldorf Airport (DUS), where you can pick up and drop off your RV — free of charge in regular hours, of course!
In most parts of Düsseldorf, you’ll have to pay for parking and rates are quite high, ranging from €1.50 to €3.00 per hour. Your best bet is the free parking at the Park and Rides on the outskirts of the city where public transport will take you quickly and easily into the city centre. For example, Park + Ride Südfriedhof, only 15 minutes from the city centre by bus.
There is lots of camping in the area surrounding Düsseldorf, including Campingplatz Süd, 20 minutes south-east of the city centre, or Rheincamping Meerbusch, which has both a river and a pool and is located 30 minutes north of the centre and 20 minutes from the airport. There’s also Campingplatz Rheinblick, 20 minutes south of Düsseldorf and with views of the Rhine.
Enjoy pioneering architecture, rule-breaking art and seriously stylish residents in this sophisticated riverside city on a mission to set trends and blaze trails.
Situated where the Rhine river meets the Düssel, Düsseldorf, one of Germany’s wealthiest cities, is an international financial and business powerhouse, a world-renowned destination for art, and a fashion-forward metropolis. Hire a campervan in Düsseldorf and discover a city with norm-defying architecture, convention-breaking artwork, trend-setting residents, and some pretty boundary-pushing beer too. Because Düsseldorf is not all business-savviness and a superb fashion sense. The city also likes to take the edge off — all the while remaining very much cutting-edge. Indeed, Düsseldorf is still a bit of a ‘dorf’ — and that’s not an actually an insult. Dorf means village and Düsseldorf retains the friendly warmth and traditional customs of a village. For one thing, it has a thriving cartwheeling tradition — said to have originated as an expression of celebration when Germans won Battle of Worringen in 1280, and there is a cartwheeling tournament each year. So, if you don’t know your Picasso from your Pollock, your Prada from your Primark, or, indeed, how to cartwheel, rent an RV in Düsseldorf and come and learn.
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