Daily Car Hire Rates in Dusseldorf

  • Mini

    Skoda Citigo
    4 |
    1 |
    3 |
    From € 16.12
  • Economy

    Ford Fiesta
    5 |
    2 |
    3 |
    From € 19.21
  • Compact

    Hyundai i30
    5 |
    3 |
    5 |
    From € 21.23
  • Estate

    Hyundai i30 Estate
    5 |
    5 |
    5 |
    From € 23.75
  • Standard

    Skoda Octavia
    5 |
    4 |
    4 |
    From € 25.51

*daily rates in Dusseldorf based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.

*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.

Dusseldorf Car Hire - Did You Know?

  • A fifth of all the world’s trade fairs are held there.
  • Dusseldorf is ranked 6th of the best world cities to live in for quality of life.
  • The city has a large Japanese population.
  • Dusseldorf is renowned for its unique Altbier, a version of the British ‘Pale Ale’.
  • It’s home to the Rheinturm, a 768 foot TV tower which has the world’s largest digital clock at the top.
  • Twinned with Haifa, Moscow, Warsaw and Reading among other cities.

Dusseldorf Mini Guide

The western German city of Dusseldorf is the capital of the North Rhine Westphalia state. Taking a walk along the Rhine promenade is a good way to get your bearings there.

Dusseldorf Rhine promenade

Once you get to the Media Harbour you can climb the Rhine Tower for spectacular views. There is even a restaurant, though you end up having to pay for the view as well as the food if you eat there. The Media Harbour itself has some great architecture including buildings built by the legendary Frank Gehry.

Dusseldorf Rhine Tower

Another place to enjoy being outside is Benrath Palace and Park which houses a stunning Rococo palace within the beautiful gardens. If you have a family a carnival which is held along the Rhine annually has good roller coasters and is an entertaining place to take children. Cheaper entry to many of the attractions can be gained with a Dusseldorf Welcome card costing 9 euros for an individual and 18 euros for a family. Details can be found on www.duesseldorf-tourismus.de.

Dusseldorf Benrath Palace and Park

The Rhine-Ruhr area is very densely populated with more than 10 million residents. Accordingly Dusseldorf is bustling and busy with many events put on and a great night life. A good place in which to experience this night life is the old city (altstadt) which is teeming with bars and pubs amidst some beautiful scenery. This includes the castle tower, which is known as the Schlossturm, and St. Andreas Church.

The altstadt has quite a few breweries too so beer drinkers are sure to enjoy the experience. You will even get given a bottle of old beer if you take a tour of the breweries and this makes a good gift to bring back home. If you are not a beer drinker you could sample the local Killepitsch which is made from many fruits and herbs and is a blood red liquor.

Dusseldorf Killepitsch

Arriving, you are likely to be flying into Dusseldorf International Airport, which has connections with many world wide cities. From there hiring a Rhino rental car makes sense as getting a taxi to the city centre is expensive. Alternatively you may wish to fly into Cologne Bonn Airport and pick up your Rhino rental car there in order to make the one hour journey into the centre of town.

Any of the following highways will take you to Dusseldorf: the A57 (via Neuss), the A44, A52, A3, A46 and A59. If you like museums then you should find out when the annual night of the museums is held. It is organised by accountancy firm Ernst and Young and they should be contacted for details.

Latest Update from Dusseldorf:

20/3/17 – As of the 1st April the airline, Flybe, is reinstating its weekly flight between Dusseldorf and Cardiff. This will be welcome news for local and business travellers to this popular destination. 

06/05/12 - With a strong link to Japanese companies and trade, Dusseldorf has decided to teach its inhabitants more about Japan and the Japanese culture. On the 2nd of June, a 'Japan Day' is being held to introduce many cultural aspects of the country to the city. It will all end with a huge fireworks display over the city.

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Dusseldorf is a busy city that thrives on commerce. That’s not to say there isn’t anything to do when the working day is over. With over 20 major theatres in the city plus the thrill of the city’s annual carnival, you won’t be bored after dark there.

If you want something more challenging, there are more than 50 museums there to tempt the little grey cells. All these are easily accessible if you’ve hired a car and the city is easy to navigate. Finally, consider a trip to the media harbour to see the eclectic designs on view.

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