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Train to Düsseldorf from £48* one way

*Conditions Apply

Terms and Conditions

Price based on a return journey and tickets at this fare are only available for travel (according to your local departure time):

  • between midday and midnight on a Monday
  • anytime on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday
  • between midday and midnight on a Saturday.

Subject to availability at the time of booking. A £3 credit card fee may apply.

Adult
26+ years
12-25 years
4-11 years

Kids under four can travel for free provided they sit on an accompanying adult's lap. One child per adult traveller only.

Passengers between 4 and 25 years old

So that we can find the best price for the National Rail part of your journey, please let us know the ages of all passengers who will be between 4 to 25 years old when you travel.

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Take the train to Düsseldorf

Trains leave from St Pancras International in London.  Be sure to get to the station at least 30 mins before departure to go through security.

Your ticket includes two large cases and one piece of hand luggage, so packing is easy.

Your Eurostar ticket will take you all the way to Düsseldorf, with a couple of quick changes en route.

What’s on board?

Eurostar trains have sockets at every seat in Standard Premier and in coaches five and fourteen in Standard.

If you’re not in Standard Premier – where a complimentary meal is served – Café Métropole is great for a bite to eat or something to drink.


Connecting train services will vary, but most have wi-fi and sockets at seats.

Connecting in Brussels and Cologne

You’ll travel to Düsseldorf on an Any German Station ticket, which covers your Eurostar journey to Brussels, plus the onward trains to Düsseldorf via Cologne.

The time shown on your ticket is for the London-Brussels leg of your trip. You don’t need to book the other two trains but you’ll find timetables at railteam.eu.

Read our guide to travelling to Germany

There's nothing dull about Düsseldorf

From the über-cool boutiques on Königsallee to the traditional charm of the Marktplatz, Düsseldorf is a blend of old and new.