Caravan Salon

More than 600 exhibitors and 250,000 visitors: Once a year (end of August - beginning of September), Duesseldorf is the hotspot for all camping fans for nine days. At Caravan Salon manufacturers show their latest models. If you want to test the beds, to compare prices or you want to know which caravan is the lightest - you're at the right spot. You'll find campers, motorhomes, caravans, bodies for pick-ups, vans - in short, everything you need for a camping holiday. From the low-budget trailer with tiny kitchen to the super-luxury motorhome for over one million euros. Even if you do not want to buy anything, you can easily spend several hours in the Messe Düsseldorf and just be amazed.

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Messe Düsseldorf
Stockumer Kirchstraße 61
40474 Duesseldorf

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Tram / Subway: U78 (Stop Merkur Arena / Messe Nord)
Tram / Subway: U78, U79 (Stop Messe Ost / Stockumer Kirchstraße)
Bus: 722, 896 (Stop Messe Osteingang, Messe-Center)
Bus: 896 (Stop Messe-Nordeingang)

Opening Hours

August, 30th - September, 8th 2019
(August, 30th, just Trade Visitors)
daily 10am - 6 pm


Day ticket
On site: EUR 18.00
Online preselling: EUR 15.00

Reduced day ticket
On site: EUR 15.00
Online preselling: EUR 11.00 

Reduced tickets available for pupils from the age of null years, students, trainees, voluntary military service, federal voluntary service, unemployed persons, senior citizens from 65 years onwards, pensioners, disabled persons (with B (blind) or H (helpless) on the ID card, the accompanying person has free admission) and Düsselpass owners by showing an appropriate credential. 

The Tickets are valid for free Transportation within the VRR-Area up to class A3

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