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An elegant international center of industry and finance, Dusseldorf, the capital of the German province of North Rhine-Westphalia, is also a fun, fantastic meeting destination. From its luxurious Konigsallee shopping avenue, to Altstadt, or "Old Town," with its hundreds of bars and restaurants, the narrow streets of Dusseldorf burst with culture and entertainment.
Dusseldorf Airport, set about 10 minutes outside of the city center, serves as the area's main airport. The third largest airport in Germany, Dusseldorf Airport features service throughout Europe and the United States and serves as a hub for Air Berlin, Eurowings, and Lufthansa.
The sprawling CCD Congress Center Dusseldorf serves as the city's principal event venue. Situated along the Rhine, the exceptional international conference venue offers a flexible room concept for up to 15,000 visitors when combined with its 19 adjoining exhibition halls. Approximately 2,000 events ranging from major national and international conventions to high-profile corporate events take place each year at the CCD Congress Center Dusseldorf.
All average costs based on U.S. Government Per Diem rates as published by the U.S. General Services Administration.
Dusseldorf features a mild temperate climate with warm summers, plenty of rainfall, and little to no snowfall. Most of the city's rainfall happens from June through September, while its average annual temperature comes in at a high of 59°F and a low of 45°F. With an average high of 75°F and low of 57°F, August is typically the city's warmest month, while January is its coldest, with an average high of 42°F and 34°F.
CCD Convention Center Düsseldorf
Meeting square feet: 560,000
Dusseldorf Airport (DUS)
Approximate taxi fare: €30.00 EUR
Conveniently located about 10 minutes north of central Dusseldorf, the Dusseldorf Airport serves as the largest airport of the North Rhine-Westphalia region and the third largest airport in Germany, connecting Dusseldorf with more than 180 destinations worldwide. Passengers have their choice of many shopping and dining options, as well as direct access to public transport.
Boasting an extensive network of tram, bus, and underground railway routes, Rheinbahn serves as Dusseldorf’s convenient public transport system. Visitors can purchase a DusseldorfCard for public transport fare and for discounts on museums, tours, theatre, and more.
Avis, Budget Deutschland, Europcar, Hertz, National, and Sixt are all represented at the Dusseldorf Airport in the central arrival area.
Visitors traveling from the Dusseldorf Airport to central Dusseldorf should expect to pay approximately 16 EUR in taxi fare.
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