Essen, Germany travel tips

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Residents of Essen typically use Düsseldorf Airport, it is only 20 minutes away from the city.

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You can get to any major city of Europe from the Essen Hauptbahnhoff train station.

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Essen is a great place to start a road trip. Rent a car and off you go!

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Want to say good bye in German? "Auf Wiedersehen" is what you're looking for!

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Rot-Weiss Essen is the local sporting team.

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Prefer to travel in style? Book a room at Holiday Inn Essen City Centre and enjoy yourself!

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Mintrops Stadthotel Margarethenhöhe is an ideal choice for a weekend visit.

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Sengelmannshof is a budget hotel, but don't let that discourage you.

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Littering is a big offence in any German city, so don't do it!

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Feel like taking a massage? Baldeneysee in Essen is a great spa!

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International Christmas Market is a must if you are in Essen in December.

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Feel like taking a walk? Check out the old town of Werden. It is said to be one of the oldest German sites in entire Germany.

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Zeche Zollverein is nicknamed the most beautiful coal mine in the world. Check out why!

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Get a daily or weekly pass at a station and explore Essen via public transportation.

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Germans love dancing, ask around for a place called Loca 71 and have a good time!

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Germany is the home of beer. Make sure you check out Isenbergplatz.

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Schloss Hugenpoet is a proper fine dine restaurant. Making a reservation is a good idea.

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Mintrops Stadthotel Margarethenhöhe is ideal for a family dinner.

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Looking for a cheap restaurant? Try Wohnraum im Unperfekthaus!

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Essen may not be the most touristy cities in Germany, but they do have great tourist information services.

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