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Zug am Fernbahnhof Düsseldorf Flughafen , © Andreas Wiese, Flughafen Düsseldorf

Ar­riv­ing by train


Com­fort­able jour­ney through NRW

More than 30 IC, EC and ICE rail­way sta­tions along with a well-co­ordin­ated loc­al pub­lic trans­port net­work all en­sure a com­fort­able jour­ney. Rail trav­el­lers from Bri­tain can make it from Lon­don to Co­logne in five hours: firstly with the Eurostar to Brus­sels, and then on­wards with the ICE to Co­logne.

Pas­sen­gers fly­ing to an air­port in NRW and trav­el­ling on­wards by train will reach their des­tin­a­tion quickly thanks to the densest rail net­work in Ger­many. More than 30 IC, EC and ICE rail­way sta­tions along with a well-co­ordin­ated loc­al pub­lic trans­port net­work all en­sure a com­fort­able jour­ney. Rail trav­el­lers from Bri­tain can make it from Lon­don to Co­logne in five hours: firstly with the Eurostar to Brus­sels, and then on­wards with the ICE to Co­logne.

When they ar­rive, tour­ists can eas­ily see all the sights by tak­ing the train. Re­gion­ally val­id tick­ets like the ?Schön­er­TagTick­et? of­fer a good-value way to dis­cov­er sev­er­al places in one day. Couples, fam­il­ies and solo trav­el­lers can spend an en­tire day criss-cross­ing NRW on a single fixed-price tick­et.

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