Transfer to Dusseldorf
Good quality service every time....booking is very easy, vehicles are good quality and drivers are super friendly and helpful.
Mr.Kris arrived a little bit late at pick up point.I rang to contact him . He was very generous and kind person. Thank you very much Mr Kris.
The car was neat and clean and driver was very careful while driving thanx.
Our driver was professional and made the beginning of our trip very enjoyable. Will use gettransfer again.
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Not cheap,but i recomand it veru good app.
A very Professional Company, even though our flight was delayed the driver took the time to message me that he was there and to advise when we had collected our luggage.
Brilliant service I've used Get transfer many times now and never had any problems highly recommend best prices and so easy to book
Excellent driver which is very important. Would definitely recommend this company.
Brilliant service, our driver was always on time, super friendly and attentive to our needs. Asking if we wanted water, air con on or off etc. Can't beat this service, I would highly recommend to anyone.
Driver was on time and super nice, car was great and clean!
Dusseldorf is a small but very cozy European city. Napoleon called him "little Paris", and Goethe described in his works. For everyone here there is an occupation to your liking. If you have heavy baggage and do not know how to get to Dusseldorf, book a transfer at GetTransfer.com. The city is considered the German capital of art and fashion. Head offices of world banks and large national companies are also located here. The history of Dusseldorf is more than 800 years old. During this time, the shape of the city was formed. The River Rhine divides the territory into two parts: the historical center and the business districts. On the famous Royal Alley are the main attractions of Dusseldorf. The German opera and the Drama Theater, in whose museum an extensive collection of props for performances is presented. Every year on this street are arranged expositions dedicated to the work of the famous writer Johann Goethe. His personal belongings and manuscript fragments of his works are displayed at the stands. A special place among the monuments of architecture is occupied by the State Academy of Arts, founded in the XVIII century. In its walls is kept the best collection of glass products for the last 300 years. Several times a month the museum curators organize exhibitions of graphic, watercolor and handicraft work. Don't forget to visit the most popular Kunstpalast is one of the oldest museums in Germany. In his collection there are world masterpieces of several directions at once: Flemish, Dusseldorf school, classical painting of the XIX century, as well as creative experiments of the XX century. The building is built in the heart of the city next to the River Rhine. The decoration of Dusseldorf is the historical complex of Ehrenhof. It houses the Palace of Arts, the exhibition "Economy and the people", as well as a concert hall and several cozy cafes. Before the entrance, original sculptures are installed and flowerbeds with exotic flowers are broken. The Etienne Museum has a collection of ceramics from around the world. More than 20 thousand exhibits clearly demonstrate how this type of art developed over the past 500 years. Buses, trams, commuter trains and taxis make up public transport. It is worth considering that in a taxi they pay for kilometers, and not for time. Thanks to 5 lines of suburban trains, 7 metro directions and 92 bus routes, you can easily reach any district of Dusseldorf and nearby cities. Opening hours are from 05:00 to 22:00. Tickets are purchased from drivers or in special vending machines at stops. Book your transfer at GetTransfer.com to make the journey in a comfortable environment. And after there were only positive emotions.