Most fans are staying in Dusseldorf and Cologne, so I will concentrate on those places.
Pre match meeting point in Leverkusen for the Corteo
No matter what you’re doing or where you’re going, it’s always a good idea to keep cash on you. Although Düsseldorf is home to loads of start-ups and new media companies, banking is still behind the times. Few taxis, pubs and dining establishments take credit or bank cards and even fewer places are set up for mobile pay...[more]
**If you have a match day ticket, free travel is permitted on local train and tram systems by just showing your ticket if asked by an inspector. You cannot use ICs and ICEs (Intercity Express) and the first class in local trains. If you are unsure, ask a local to keep you right**
Dusseldorf to Leverkusen trains
There are around 67 trains per day running between Düsseldorf and Leverkusen Mitte, which usually take 25 minutes to complete the 16 miles. The cost is about 9 Euros. For more information, click on the image below.
Cologne to Leverkusen trains
Trains from Cologne to Leverkusen cover the 7 miles (11 km) long journey with Deutsche Bahn. Normally, there are 25 trains operating per day, including direct services available. Travellers depart most frequently from Köln Hbf and arrive in Leverkusen Mitte. For more information, click the image below.
We have three Celtic bars listed for Budapest.