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Emergency calls
Fire: 112
Medical Emergency Phone: 19292
Police: 110

Getting there - by car
Dusseldorf is located in an area with the highest density of highways in Germany. You can reach the city on the A 46, A 52 and A 57

Getting there - by train
Düsseldorf is conveniently integrated into the intercity network. The station has two exits, so if you want towards the City, contact the exit Konrad-Adenauer-Platz. Outside the station, there are numerous tram and bus stops. In the station, you can directly go into the subway direction city/trade fair: All these lines pass through Heinrich-Heine-Allee, the central station between the old town and Kö.

Getting there - by plane
Dusseldorf is to Frankfurt and Munich, the third largest German airport.
The airport is located in the north of Düsseldorf, very favorable to the fair. During the great trade fairs, a bus is operating half- to quarter-hourly between Pier A and the different trade fair entrances. The city is also easy to reach: by the city-trains S1 and S7 and in addition by bus 721 to the central station. By taxi it takes about 15 minutes to downtown.

The Tourist Office has an office just opposite to the main railway station, where you can check for dates and purchase the Welcome Card.

Opening hours: Mon-Thu 08.30-18.00, Fri 08.30-17.00 o`clock
Address: Immermannhof 65b
Phone: 0211/172020, Fax 161 071

Dependency at the Finanzkaufhaus:
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10.00-18.00 o`clock

Address: Berliner Allee 33

Dependency at the Burgplatz in the old town:
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 12.00-17.00 o`clock
Address: Burgplatz

The area code for Düsseldorf is 0211.

The post office at the Konrad-Adenauer-Platz 1 (open Mon-Fri 8-20, Sat 9-14 o`clock).

Public Transportation
Most of the inner-city lines run 5 to 24 Clock in 10-minute intervals. Late at night, there are special night-offers on some routes. Fridays and Saturdays, the main lines run almost continuously.
At most stops, and in most trams and subways, you have to stamp the ticket at the orange machines. If you use the city- or regional-train, you have to stamp it already at the entrance to the platform. Tickets are available at many newsstands or in stationery stores.
Special service for night owls: The tram or bus driver calls a taxi to your station.

Phone 33 333 or 99 999 or 212 121

Welcome Card
The Welcome-Card for visitors offers many advantages. It allows you to use all public transport in the city freely, you get also discounts or free admission to many museums, theaters and other venues. The tickets valid for 24, 48 or 72 hours are available in all tourist information for 9, 14 and 19 €.

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