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Getting around in Dusseldorf is relatively simple using public transport. The bus, tramway and subway network are interconnected, and tickets are sold at stops or from vending machines. Instructions are usually only in German. It is often worth buying a Day Pass (Tagesticket), which is valid until 3am the following morning. Dusseldorf is fairly flat and compact, however, and many visitors choose to walk between attractions in the city centre. Those that can't be reached on foot are accessible by taxis, which are easily hailed on the street. Renting a car in Dusseldorf is also a good option but not really necessary unless travelling outside of the city centre.
GMT +1 (GMT +2 between last Sunday in March and last Sunday in October).
230 volts, 50Hz. European-style two-pin plugs are standard.
The unit of currency is the Euro (EUR), divided into 100 cents. ATMs and exchange bureaux are widely available. The major credit cards are widely accepted in large shops, hotels and restaurants, although Germans themselves prefer to carry cash. The quickest and most convenient way to change money is to obtain cash from one of the ATMs that are ubiquitous features on all German streets. Banks are closed on weekends, but exchange bureaux at airports and main railway stations are open daily.
The international access code for Germany is +49. Telephone numbers in Germany can range from four to nine digits. There are surcharges on international calls made from hotels; it is often cheaper to use public telephone boxes in post offices, which use phone cards, or to purchase a local SIM card. Free wifi is available in most hotels, cafes, restaurants and similar establishments.
110 (Police); 112 (Ambulance/Fire)
There are plenty of transport options available at the airport, including taxis, limousines, local buses, a Skytrain Shuttle Bus, and the fast and efficient S-Bahn.
Car rental companies at the airport include Europcar, Hertz, Budget and Avis, among others.
Designated airport taxis are available from Arrivals and Departures.
The airport terminals are connected by one central spine and are located in one building, each within walking distance of the others.
Airport facilities include ATMs and banks, dental and medical facilities, a pharmacy, laundry services, baby-changing rooms, airport hotels, a petrol station, a tax refund counter, baggage storage facilities, meeting rooms, pastoral services, VIP lounges, conference facilities, and a number of shopping and dining options.
Short-term parking is available within walking distance of the terminal, while long-term parking is serviced by a free shuttle. Short-term parking is located opposite the terminal and charges about €4.50 per hour. Long-term parking costs between €24 and €39 per day, depending on the parking lot.
There is free wifi throughout the airport.