City of Düsseldorf

Meerbusch – Accommodation, Guesthouse

Background / Points of Interest:

The City of Meerbusch was founded in 1970. The name of the city comes from the monastery „Prämonstratenserinnenkloster Meer“  Ruins of the monastery can be visited in the Meerhof or so-called Haus Meer.
You also should take a look at the 13th century churchtower, which is located in Meerbusch Büderich. Today it is used as a memorial for war victims. The entrance portal and the hanging cross inside the church have been designed by the artist Joseph Beuys. Not only for people, who want to get married in the chapel Niederdonk (15th century), it is also a pilgrimage- and marriage chapel.

A walk through the seat of nobility, Dyckhof, with its main building, which attracts attention with its numerous gables and an enormous tower with several curved roofs, gives you interesting sights. You clearly recognize the characteristics of the baroque style, which had been added during the construction in 1666.

A few more sightseeing points are the Windmill in Osterath and the Teloy Mill. One of the latest features is the Hospital of Therapy for motoric and language therapy in Merbusch Osterath.

Location/Development of the Town:

The city is situated opposite the provincial capital of Düsseldorf’s exhibition fairground and airport, on the left-hand side of the River Rhine. The once independent boroughs of Büderich, llverich, Lank-Latum, Langst-Kierst, Nierst, Ossum-Bösinghoven, Osterath and Strümp make up the town’s districts today. The town was established in 1970 under the local government reform. Later on, Meerbusch successfully defended itself before the Land Constitution Court in Münster against the annexation attempts made by Düsseldorf and Krefeld.

Neighboring towns:

Adjacent Towns are Willich, Krefeld, Duisburg, Düsseldorf, Neuss and Kaarst.


The industrial estates in the districts of Strümp and Lank-Latum emerged in the 1960s. These have been expanded up to the present day, and new industrial estates have been built in Osterath. Numerous small and medium-sized companies now reside in Meerbusch. He has the second-highest proportion of income millionaires in the resident population of North Rhine-Westphalia.


The City of Meerbusch has around 55,000 thousand inhabitants (as at 12/2010) and covers an area of 64.4 square kilometer. The town is situated in the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia, administrative region of Düsseldorf, and belongs to the Rhine district of Neuss.

Getting there:

By Road:
Meerbusch has links to the A 52 (Roermond – Essen), A 57 (Nimwegen – Cologne) and A 44 (Lüttich Kassel) motorways.

By Rail:

The regional trains (RE 07 from Rheine via Krefeld, Meerbusch, Neuss, Cologne and Münster to Rheine) and (RE 10 from Kleve via Krefeld to Düsseldorf) stop at Meerbusch Osterath Railway Station.

By air:

Meerbusch is approximately 18 Kilometers away from Düsseldorf Airport.

By Underground/Tram:

The U 70 and the U 76 lines of the „Rheinbahn“ connect the cities Düsseldorf and Krefeld via Meerbusch.

How to find our Guesthouse:

You will find more information about the way to us under the Subpages Site Plan and How to find us on our Homepage.

Main station Meerbusch-Osterath
Main station Meerbusch-Osterath

Old tower Meerbusch-Büderich
Old tower Meerbusch-Büderich

Tee house Haus Meer
Tee house Haus Meer

Windmill Meerbusch-Osterath
Windmill Meerbusch-Osterath

City hall Meerbusch-Büderich
City hall Meerbusch-Büderich

Way to the Düsseldorf Trade Fair and the Merkur-Spielareana:

The Trade Fair and the Merkur-Spielarena can be reached easily by car and public transport from us. The price for public transport from our Fair room to Düsseldorf in Step B will be €6.40 yet. You will find Details on our Sub-page Fair Düsseldorf

The Fair Tickets and the Tickets for the Merkur-Spielarena are valid for Transport to go there by public transport from our Accommodation.

More Information:

More information can be found on the Internet on the page City of Meerbusch and under Wikipedia.

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