hamburg to dusseldorf Intercity Rides

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Route Summary - Hamburg to Dusseldorf

Home to the renowned band, The Beatles, Hamburg is a dream city for all the music fans out there as it gives its visitors numerous chances to witness the rocking concerts of the band held throughout the year. We would be lying if we say that the beauty of Germany can be expressed in a paragraph or two, from being a magical land for all the adrenaline junkies to being an absolute treasure for the foodies and alcohol lovers. 

Take a taxi from Hamburg to Düsseldorf if you do not wish to travel in a public transport, which often gets really crowded and tedious if you’re travelling during the peak season. Make sure to check out the Hamburg to Düsseldorf online taxi booking if you want to make your journey smooth and eradicate the process of standing in a line to get a ticket, make sure to reserve a seat in the long distance cab of Hamburg to Duesseldorf with Rydeu. 


Distance from Hamburg to Düsseldorf - 408.3 km 

Time taken- 4 hr, 19 min



Known to be the second-largest city in Germany, Hamburg is the second most famous city in the country after Berlin and the seventh-largest in European Union. The speciality of the beautiful city is reflected in the form of international law and world economics which includes consular and diplomatic missions as the international Tribunal for the law of the Sea. UNESCO Institute for lifelong learning is included as well. Hamburg is known to be a dream city for history lovers, the Speicherstadt and Kontorhausviertel were declared to be a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The city boasts rivers and canals that are crossed by approximately 2500 bridges which is why Hamburg is known to be the city with the highest number of bridges in the entire city. 



Dusseldorf is to Germany what Milan is to Italy. The small city residing in the western part of the country is known to be the fashion and art capital, this university town of Germany attracts a lot of students from all around the world. The important cultural centre is equipped with a lot of museums and art galleries for all the art lovers to feast their eyes on. In addition to the numerous other things that one can do in Dusseldorf, every July, the city hosts Größte Kirmes am Rhein, when translated means largest fair on Rhein. The one week fun will rejuvenate your soul and will help you make some connections to cherish forever, November marks the arrival of Karneval which invites parades and quirky colours.