Hire a coach and eat
Rent one Remote bus at the AGT bus rental and enjoy the city of Essen. The many Essen attractions and recreational opportunities invite you, one of the most exciting cities in Germany comfortably with the rented coach to one low price to visit. With a rented Reisebus You have the opportunity to take individual tours to the highlights of the city. For a tour group, it is much more convenient to explore the city by bus instead of hiking through the stations and finding the right connections.
Compared to other transport options it is often cheaper to rent a bus to Essen. If you would like to inquire, the advisors of the AGT bus rental are at your disposal. Whether e-mail or on the phone, the experts from the bus industry advise you on the free phone number: 0800 22 43 487.
The Ruhr area is known for the cities close to each other, for example Bochum, Duisburg, Dusseldorf and Cologne, This is especially a city weekend in conjunction with the exploration of other cities on the Rhine and the Ruhr, on.
If you are from Essen with the Bus Germany and want to discover Europe, your adventurous spirit will not be missed. Because Cologne, the Dutch and East Frisian North Sea coast, more distant destinations such as Hamburg, Berlin, southern Germany and Italy are easily accessible by comfortable coaches. If you want a cheap online travel, contact the AGT bus rental. Look at our bus fleet and enjoy the wide range of different vehicles. The team can be one Rent a bus incl. Driver and organize a relaxed and eventful tour for you.
The city of Essen as a great bus travel destination
The large city in the Ruhr area Essen like to explore visitors on a city weekend or a round trip. Proud mining, mining and industrial history, high-class museums and theaters as well as a lively restaurant and pub scene, varied shopping miles and greenery welcome you in Essen - the offer is great. The UNESCO World Heritage Site Zollverein Coal Mine, once the largest hard coal mine and coking plant in Europe, offers visitors numerous exhibitions, art installations and events.
The former coal-washing building complex is the new home of the Ruhr Museum. It offers a unique overview of the history, everyday life and culture of the Ruhrgebiet. The Zollverein Coal Mine houses an art school and the Red Dot Design Museum, which is the world's largest of its kind with some 2.000 exhibits of contemporary design. The Museum Folkwang offers works of Caspar David Friedrich, Monet, Renoir, Macke, Magritte and Picasso on a fascinating journey through previous art epochs.
The Essen theater scene embodies pure culture: In the Aalto Theater, music and ballet lovers enjoy high-level performances. The Philharmonie and the Schauspiel in the Grillotheater are further destinations for theater and culture fans. Concerts of national and international stars enjoy up to 10.000 visitors in the Grugahalle. This is known to many television viewers and music fans in Germany by the legendary WDR Rockpalast.
Industrial history and modern shopping by bus
The neighboring Grugapark, the former garden show grounds, is the green lung of the Ruhr metropolis with its 65 hectare of park space. The opening ceremony for the important role of the city as the ecologically motivated "Green Capital of Europe 2017" took place here. The magnificent Grugapark invites guests to relax in lovingly landscaped waters or to linger at the Blumenhof, in the Orangery and in the Botanical Garden of the University of Essen-Duisburg.
A few minutes by bus, visitors to Essen can reach a scenic highlight, which is characterized by the hilly foothills of the Bergisches Land: the Baldeneysee, to which the Ruhr in the south of Essen is dammed, is an Eldorado for sailors, canoeists, walkers and cyclists. Relaxed rides on white tour "steamers" invite you in Essen.
On the traditional regatta course rowers get their money. At the end of Lake Baldeney food tourists stroll through Werden. This district of Essen with its old half-timbered houses and idyllic backyard cafés looks like a small town "in Bergisch".
Food Kettwig invites you
Also its own small town is Essen-Kettwig, in whose historic core taverns, bars and small shops lure. Part of the Essen history, when the city was a strong engine of industrial development in Germany, is the Krupp family. The wealth generated by the steel and armor barons can be seen in the neoclassical Villa Hügel.
Today, the villa and the picturesque landscaped park are open to visitors and offer them changing art and cultural exhibitions. The settlement Margarethenhöhe donated by Margarethe Krupp is the first garden city in Germany. "Shopping Victims" from the southern Ruhr area like to come here for shopping.
In the city center alone, around the central station and Limbecker Platz, around 21 acres attract sales space. There are also five shopping centers, 26 weekly markets, cozy sidewalk cafes, small boutiques and delis in the respective districts. A promenade is the "Rü", the Rüttenscheider Straße. Here you will find a fascinating mix of Italian and other international, exclusive restaurants, bistros and quaint beer pubs.
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
Of course, if you rent a coach with driver, you will be picked up directly from your desired location and can individually determine your travel destinations.
Prices are always calculated individually, with factors such as season, group size and the route play a role.