There are numerous communities and cities on the Lower Rhine that are well worth seeing. The train connections on the Lower Rhine offer a good opportunity to gradually explore the towns.

The “Niers-Express” [RE10] brings its passengers from Kleve via Kevelaer and Krefeld to the state capital Düsseldorf. From Duisburg to Xanten you can take the so-called “Niederrheiner” [RB31]. The “Rhein-Niers Bahn [RB33] runs from Erkelenz, the most south-western corner of the Lower Rhine, via Mönchengladbach, Krefeld, Duisburg, Dinslaken to Wesel. The “Rhein-Express” [RE5] runs daily from Emmerich via Wesel, Dinslaken, Duisburg to Düsseldorf, and on to Cologne. The “Weseler” [RB35] also runs from Emmerich to Düsseldorf

The VRR tariff regulations apply on the routes! You can get tickets at the train stations as well as at many advance booking offices in the region. In addition, ticket machines are available at numerous train stations. Note: Tickets from the ticket machines usually have to be validated before starting your journey.

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Tickets

Single ticket (available in all price levels, entitles you to travel one route in the area of ​​validity)
4-ticket (cheaper than single ticket and available in all price levels)
Day ticket (with the day ticket you can travel all day in the selected area of ​​validity)
Group ticket (groups of up to five people can travel all day with the day ticket in the selected area of ​​validity)
SchöneFahrtTicket NRW (valid for two hours)
SchöneTagTicket NRW (available for singles and groups, entitles you to travel throughout the VRR – valid from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 a.m.)
Taking bicycles with you: you need an additional ticket for taking bicycles with you, if not included in the ticket
Note: Some of the tickets from the ticket machines must be validated before the journey begins.

Ticket advisor: The VRR offers a ticket advisor on its homepage. You can also get advice at numerous advance booking offices.

 

All information without guarantee – Further information at: https://www.vrr.de

Train connections on the Lower Rhine:

RE 10 Der Niers Express: Kleve – Düsseldorf:

Train Stations: Kleve – Bedburg Hau – Goch – Weeze – Kevelaer – Geldern – Nieukerk – Aldekerk – Kempen – Krefeld – Krefeld Oppum – Meerbusch Osterath – Düsseldorf
Current timetable under : https://www.nordwestbahn.de/

RB 31 Der Niederrheiner: Duisburg – Xanten

Train Stations: Xanten – Alpen – Millingen – Rheinberg – Moers – Trompet -Rumeln – Rheinhausen – Duisburg
Current timetable under : https://www.nordwestbahn.de/

RE 5 – Rhein Express: Düsseldorf – Emmerich

Train Stations: Düsseldorf Benrath – Düsseldorf HBF – Düsseldorf Flughafen – Duisburg HBF- Oberhausen HBF – Oberhausen Sterkrade – Oberhausen Holten – Dinslaken – Voerde – Friedrichsfeld – Wesel – Wesel Feldmark – Mehrhoog – Haldern – Empel Rees – Millingen – Praest – Emmerich
Current timetable under : https://www.vrr.de

RB 33 Rhein-Niers Bahn: Mönchengladbach – Wesel

Train Stations: Mönchengladbach Herrath – Mönchengladbach Wickrath – Rheydt – Mönchengladbach HBF – Viersen – Anrath – Forsthaus – Krefeld HBF – Krefeld Oppum – Krefeld Linn – Krefeld Uerdingen – Hohenbudberg – Rheinhausen – Duisburg Hochfeld – Duisburg HBF – Oberhausen HBF – Oberhausen Sterkrade – Oberhausen Holten – Dinslaken – Voerde – Friedrichsfeld – Wesel
Current timetable under : https://www.vrr.de

This map shows some Train connections in the region of the Lower Rhine, which connecting the cities of this area.

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Düsseldorf – Krefeld (U76)

With the so-called K-Bahn U76 you can travel comfortably from Krefeld to Düsseldorf or vice versa from Düsseldorf to Krefeld, the travel time from main station to main station is around 45 minutes.

Stations: Krefeld Rheinstraße, Krefeld HBF, Krefeld Dießem, Krefeld Königshof, Krefeld Fischeln, Krefeld Grundend, Görgesheide, Holterheide, Kamperweg, Bovert, Haus Meer, Forsthaus, Büderich Landsknecht, Lörick, Löricker Straße, Lohweg, Prinzenallee, Heerdter Sandberg, Rheinbahnhaus, Belsenplatz, Barbarossaplatz, Luegplatz, Tonhalle, Heinrich Heine Allee (zur Altstadt), Steinstraße / Königsallee, Düsseldorf HBF

Current timetable under : https://www.rheinbahn.de

Düsseldorf – Neuss (U75)

With the U75 you can travel comfortably from Neuss to Düsseldorf or vice versa from Düsseldorf to Neuss, the travel time from main station to main station is approximately

Stations : Neuss HBF – NE Blücherstraße – NE Am Kaiser – D Vogesenstraße – Handweiser – Aldekerkstraße – Heesenstraße – Nikolaus Knopp Platz – Dominikus Krankenhaus – Drususstraße – Belsenplatz – Barborassaplatz – Luegplatz – Tonhalle – Heinrich Heine Allee / Altstadt- Steinstraße / Königsallee – Oststraße – Düsseldorf HBF – Handelszentrum – Kettwiger Straße – Ronsdorfer Straße – Lierenfeld – Schlesische Straße – Am Hackenbruch – Jägerstraße – D Eller

Current timetable under : https://www.dvg-duisburg.de/

Düsseldorf – Duisburg (U79)

With the U79 you can travel comfortably from Duisburg to Düsseldorf or vice versa from Düsseldorf to Duisburg, the travel time from main station to main station is approximately

Stations: Du Meiderich – Auf dem Damm – Duissern UBF – Duisburg HBF – König Heinrich Platz – Steinsche Gasse, Platanenhof – Kremerstraße – Karl Jarres Straße – Grunewald – kulturstraße – Im Schlenk – Waldfriedhof – Münchner Straße – Sittardsberg – Mühlenkamp – St Anna Krankenhaus – DU Kesselsberg – Wittlaer – Kalkumer Schloßallee – Klemensplatz – Kittelbachstraße – Alte Landstraße – Lohausen – Freiligrathplatz – Messe Ost – Nordpark / Aquazoo – Reeser Platz – Theodor Heuss Brücke – Golzheimer Platz – Kennedydamm – Victoriaplatz – Nordstraße – Heinrich Heine Allee – Steinstraße / Königsallee – Osstraße – Düsseldorf HBF – Oberbilker Markt – D – Oberbilk / Philipshalle – Kaiserslautener Straße – Provinzplatz – Werstener Dorfstraße – Südpark – Universität Ost / Botanischer Garten

Current timetable under : https://www.rheinbahn.de