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Check the app "BlaBlaCar", which is basically an app for one-time carpooling. Somebody who goes remotely that direction will make a small detour to pick you up, you participate in gas money and they'll drop you off near your desired area. I just checked, the price for your trip should around 7€. This might be the cheapest option, takes 2 hours, ...


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So the two (cheap) transport options seem to be to walk either to a Dutch bus stop or to Weeze train station: Weeze train station Tickets from the train station to Amsterdam typically seem to cost around 40 euros, but sometimes are available for 25 euros if you book early and are lucky timewise. Tickets can be booked on bahn.de. As far as I can tell there ...


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It depends what you want to see and visit, but the cities on the German side are certainly worth a visit. There is a lot of industrial heritage: a mining-museum (more then 1 possibly), railroad-museum, villa Hugel/Krupp museum as well as other historic and big city cultural sights and events. The Ruhr area has a tourist site: https://www.ruhr-tourismus.de/en/...


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One option that hasn't been mentioned is ridesharing (blablacar.de). You have to be quite flexible with time, cannot plan so long in advance, and will probably need a bus or train to get from the airport to some town where someone is able to pick you up so it won't be a great option for such a short trip but it is typically cheaper than busses and quite a ...


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The website https://www.rome2rio.com suggests bus to Weeze train station, train to Kleve, bus to Nijmegen, and then train to Amsterdam. Travel time 3:36, plus waiting times. From Rotterdam, train to Breda, train to Nijmegen. If you want to cram in Dusseldorf (I think most people would choose Cologne of the Ruhr cities), I think it would be better to do ...


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Weeze Airport is poorly connected to public transportation and often the savings by flying Ryan Air are easily eaten up by transport from/to the airport. Take a look at https://www.weeze.de/de/inhalt/oeffentlicher-personennahverkehr/ Note that the busses don't run at night and even during the day it's once an hour at best. "Best" options often ...


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The cheapest from Weeze to Amsterdam (using public transport) is to walk across the border from Weeze and catch a bus on the Dutch side to the nearest train station. It might even be the fastest, too. The connection from The Netherlands to Weeze (and back) is not quite convenient. You should at least consider visiting towns on the German side of the border.


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