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Using the Website of Deutsche Bahn you can check the trains. There are about 350 trains a day, so you won't have to wait a lot. But notice that there are 2 train stations at the airport: one for S-Bahn line 11 (Bahnhof Düsseldorf Flughafen Terminal) and another for all the other trains (Bahnhof Düsseldorf Flughafen). A single ticket costs 2.40 EUR, a ...


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I looked at the VRR and Rheinbahn sites and it seems your best option is to buy a day ticket (Tagesticket) every day. It costs 5.70 Euros and allows unlimited travel within Duesseldorf. Single fares are 2.40 Euros, so if you do 3 or more rides, you're better off using the day ticket. There is no 3-day pass available, just day tickets and monthly tickets. ...


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According to the website of the local transport association VRR a single trip costs 16,50€ (just enter the trip into the search mask and click the "E" button to see the price). You can buy the ticket at the station. There is no open return ticket (but if you want to travel on the same day, or more often there are cheaper options, see that website). If you ...


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As explained in Is a Schengen visa/transit visa required for transit flight from Vienna to Frankfurt? you will not be able to stay in the international area of the airport. As you will go through a passport check and enter the Schengen area, an “airpot transit visa” (type A) is definitely not enough and you need to apply for a regular uniform Schengen visa. ...


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Check the two links which were posted as comment to the question. Since you are entering the Schengen Region in order to take the flight from Dusseldorf to Frankfurt or vice versa, you will need a Uniform Schengen visa which was earlier Category C, the Category B Schengen Visa has been discontinued. To apply for the visa, you can check this website for VFS ...


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Munich is not a problem at all, Düsseldorf seems a bit trickier, according to the German Missions in the US: Munich (open 24 hours) Düsseldorf (6:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. only) and if the airline has arranged the transit beforehand with the authorities responsible for cross-border security (the Federal Police) Russian citizens don't need a visa to ...


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To answer the second part of the question ("is it cheaper/possible to get an open return?"), the answer is no. In Germany, it is very uncommon that open returns are cheaper. Even buying a non-open return ticket will only lead to lower cost in very few cases. Note that as neo wrote, you will probably take the bus first, and as the bus and the train are ...



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