Getting here and parking

Getting here by public transport

You can reach Monheim am Rhein by taking the local S6 train that runs between Cologne and Düsseldorf/Essen. At the S-Bahn stations in Langenfeld (Rheinland), Langenfeld-Berghausen or Düsseldorf-Hellerhof, change to the bus that travels in the direction of Monheim am Rhein. The buses run regularly and at short intervals between the S-Bahn stations and downtown Monheim. And until late in the evening, too! It’s easy to get to us and leave again later.

The nearest regional train stations are Düsseldorf-Benrath, which can be reached by the 788 and 789 bus lines, and Leverkusen, which can be reached by the SB23 bus line. The regional express lines RE 1 and RE 5 run here.

Getting here by car

Monheim am Rhein is situated between Cologne and Düsseldorf and can be reached by car via the A59, A3 and A542 freeways. Monheim Mitte in particular is easy to reach by car, as there are around 600 parking spaces in the city center where you can park for up to three hours free of charge.
Most of the parking spaces are located in the underground parking lot of the Rathauscenter and in the Heinestrasse parking lot. At the Rheinbogen Landscape Park, you can even park on Schützenplatz square without any time limit at all.
Further free parking spaces are available at the Eel Fishing Museum, at the Am Kielsgraben parking lot as well as at the jetty. For numerous other parking areas, simply follow the parking guidance system.

Getting here by ship
You can also visit Monheim am Rhein by ship. Increasing numbers of day excursion ships as well as large hotel and cruise ships stop at the Monheim jetty. The modern mooring area on the Rhine Promenade is not far from the old part of town and is an excellent starting point for exploring the city and the region.

Getting here by bike

Monheim am Rhein also offers ideal conditions for greater local mobility – with plenty of nature and charming circular bike routes. But it also has the perfect infrastructure with public bike pumps and e-bike charging stations that ensure that you can calmly enjoy exploring the local area by bike. More about the infrastructure can be found here.

What’s more, as part of the collaboration project “Dein Radschloss” (“Your Bike Lock”), a total of 20 publicly usable bike boxes have been set up, offering cyclists a secure and weatherproof place where they can park their bikes.

There are 13 bike boxes in Monheim Mitte, opposite the Monheimer Tor shopping center and in the immediate vicinity of the bus station. Seven more boxes are at the Baumberger Chaussee bus stop on Opladener Strasse. In some boxes, e-bikes can even be charged free of charge.