EXPLORE WUPPERTAL
Wuppertal surprises

Conveniently located between Duesseldorf and Cologne, the green city of Wuppertal, or 'Grossstadt im Grünen', is the cultural, economic, industrial and educational centre of the region known as the Bergisches Land. 

The exact location

The Vienna House Easy Wuppertal is just a few minutes' walk from the famous overhead railway, the main railway station and all the town's attractions and sights. So whether the purpose of your visit is business or pleasure, you'll find Wuppertal is a great place to stay.

  • WUPPERTAL SCHWEBEBAHN RAILWAY

    Suspended 12 metres above the ground, and an iconic part of the city's public transport network, the legendary Wuppertal Schwebebahn (overhead railway) carries around 85,000 passengers every day along 13 kilometres of track. All aboard! Tuffi the elephant is a popular souvenir, in the 50th he took the railway for promotion, but got a panic and fell into the river, without getting hurt.

  • WUPPERTAL ART & CULTURE

    Take a stroll through the Waldfrieden sculpture park, founded by sculptor Tony Cragg, and enjoy the world-class contemporary exhibits. Or pay a visit to the extensive Von der Heydt Museum, with its collection spanning the 16th century to the present. And any visitor to Wuppertal should experience contemporary dance at the Tanztheater Pina Bausch

  • ENJOY WUPPERTAL

    Wuppertal – has two pleasant centres – Bramen and Elberfeld. The Rathaus Galerie with its daily market, and the modern City Arkaden are popular with visitors and locals alike. Shoppers should head for the Luisenviertel quarter and the Werth, Bramen's shopping street, for food and retail therapy. Tip: try the traditional "Bergische Kaffeetafel". 

  • GREEN WUPPERTAL

    With its gardens, parks and woods, and a network of hiking paths covering nearly 500 kilometres, it's not surprising Wuppertal is often referred to as 'the big green city'. The beautifully landscaped Wuppertal Zoo is home to some 4,500 animals. And don't miss the Botanical Gardens with their wide variety of plants and flowers. 

  • OUT & ABOUT IN WUPPERTAL

    The Bergisches Land that surrounds the city offers all kinds of sport and leisure possibilities. Cycling and hiking tours will take you through picturesque landscapes and idyllic country villages. And even if the weather is bad, you can still enjoy the Schwimmoper pool, sauna and fitness complex. 

Getting there

By train

  • From Wuppertal main railway station (Hauptbahnhof):
    The Vienna House Easy Wuppertal is about 300 metres from the station, so the best way to proceed is on foot. From the station, simply follow Bahnhofstrasse westwards for about 250 metres. Then turn right onto Auf dem Johannisberg and you'll come to the hotel.

    (Journey time on foot: approx. 5 mins.)

    Plan
    your journey by train.

Note: there are currently major building works going on in the centre of Wuppertal.

By air

  • From Dusseldorf airport:
    Take the S1 towards Duesseldorf Hauptbahnhof then take the S8 towards Wuppertal Hauptbahnhof. From the station, simply follow Bahnhofstrasse westwards for about 250 metres. Then turn right onto Auf dem Johannisberg and you'll come to the hotel.

    (Journey time: approx. 40 mins. Fare: approx. EUR 16*)

    Plan
    your journey by air.

The nearest airports are Cologne-Bonn (approx. 60 km) and Dortmund (approx. 50 km).

Note: there are currently major building works going on in the centre of Wuppertal.

*Price quoted is for guidance only.

By car

Note: there are currently major building works going on in the centre of Wuppertal.

  • From the south:
    Take the A3 to the Hilden junction, then take the A46 towards Wuppertal. Take the Sonnborn exit and follow Sonnborner Ufer via Friedrich-Ebert-Straße towards Elberfeld/Zentrum as far as Robert Daum Platz. At the crossroads turn right into Tannenbergstrasse. Take the major road coming off it and after the crossing turn left at the first traffic lights onto Auf dem Johannisberg.

  • From the north:
    Take the A1 to the Wuppertal Nord junction, then take the A46. At the Katernberg exit take the L427 (Briller Strasse) as far as Robert Daum Platz. Follow the road straight on over the crossing (Talsohle/Robert Daum Platz) and onto Tannenbergstrasse. Take the major road coming off it and after the crossing turn left at the first traffic lights onto Auf dem Johannisberg.

  • From the west:
    Take the A46 towards Wuppertal. Take the Sonnborn exit and follow Sonnborner Ufer via Friedrich-Ebert-Straße towards Elberfeld/Zentrum as far as Robert Daum Platz. At the crossroads turn right into Tannenbergstrasse. Take the major road coming off it and after the crossing turn left at the first traffic lights onto Auf dem Johannisberg.

  • From the east:
    Take the A46 towards Wuppertal. At the Katernberg exit take the L427 (Briller Strasse) as far as Robert Daum Platz. Follow the road straight on over the crossing (Talsohle/Robert Daum Platz) and onto Tannenbergstrasse. Take the major road coming off it and after the crossing turn left at the first traffic lights onto Auf dem Johannisberg.

Tip: If you have satnav, enter your destination as Südstraße 20. This will take you to the entrance of the underground car park.

Parking

Enough parking / an underground car park can be found between Historische Stadthalle, the Vienna House Easy Wuppertal and the Schwimmoper. The name of the parking garage is “Stadthalle – Einfahrt von der Südstraße”. This is a public car park. Please take a ticket and follow the signs that say “Hotel”. The Vienna House Easy can be accessed directly from the garage.

The hotel has 200 parking spaces available: EUR 6.60/day.

Please bring your ticket to reception.

Tip: The Historische Stadthalle car park offers the possibility to recharge your electric car for free. Wuppertaler Stadtwerke, the local utilities company, has installed several charging stations in the garage. These are available for drivers of electric cars. All WSW charging stations use green electricity.

Note: there are currently major building works going on in the centre of Wuppertal.

Via personal transfer

For a stress-free journey to or from the hotel, ask the staff to organise a personal transfer for you.

Contact

Vienna House Easy Wuppertal
Auf dem Johannisberg 1, 42103 Wuppertal, Germany +49 202 4967 0

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Distances

  • Nearest bus stop: Historische Stadthalle: 50 m
  • Historische Stadthalle Wuppertal: 50 m
  • Schwimmoper pool and sauna: 50 m
  • City centre: 200 m
  • Main railway station: 200 m
  • Duesseldorf airport: 39 km
  • Dortmund airport and Cologne-Bonn airport: 55 km
  • Duesseldorf exhibition centre: 31 km
  • Cologne exhibition centre: 45 km
  • Essen exhibition centre: 34 km

GPS

Lat: 51.253515 | Lon: 7.141620

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