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Should you be traveling to Siegen from a nearby country, we encourage using the train or coach connections. Check this website to compare various methods of transport for your travel route.

For those who are traveling to Germany by plane, there are four airports located not too far from Siegen:

Frankfurt am Main Airport (FRA)


Frankfurt am Main Airport is Germany's largest commercial airport and the fourth largest airport in Europe. To get from Frankfurt to Siegen, there are different types of transportation you can use.

The cheapest option is to travel by coach. The Flixbus, for instance, takes you from the airport to Siegen in 2.5 hours. Tickets are available from €7.99 and it runs twice a day.

Train tickets are available from €17.90 but can be significantly more expensive depending on the connection and the date of booking. However, there are numerous connections throughout the day, which will get you to Siegen in approx. 2–2.5 hours.

The quickest (01:50 h) but also most expensive way to get to Siegen is by taxi. Please let us know if you need further information on providers and bookings.

Cologne/Bonn Airport (CGN)


Cologne/Bonn Airport is an international commercial airport located between the cities Bonn and Cologne (Bonn being the former capital city of Germany). There are 23 airlines flying from Cologne Bonn airport, and it used to be certified for landings of the NASA space shuttles.

To get to Siegen from the airport the quickest and easiest way is by train, which takes approx. 1.5 hours. Tickets are sold at around €20.40 and there is a connection once an hour at xx:18 h.

Traveling by taxi is substantially more expensive but will get you to Siegen within approx. an hour, if there is no traffic. Please let us know if you need further information on providers and bookings.

Dusseldorf Airport (DUS)


DUS Airport is North Rhine-Westphalia’s largest airport. A number of different international airlines fly to more than 100 destinations from here. Düsseldorf Airport also has the largest tower of all German airports, which has a height of 87 meters.

Traveling to Siegen from Düsseldorf by train will take approx. 1.5 hours and the cheapest tickets are available for €30.30.

Traveling by taxi is also an option, albeit more expensive and not much, if at all faster than traveling by train.

Dortmund Airport (DTM)


Dortmund Airport is the third largest airport in North Rhine-Westphalia and is located 10 km outside of Dortmund. It serves the eastern Rhine-Ruhr area, the largest urban area in Germany.

Traveling from Dortmund Airport to Siegen by train takes approx. 3 hours and tickets are sold from €23.80 upwards.

Taking a Flixbus is also an option. As they leave from Dortmund Central Station, you need to take the airport bus (AirportExpress, 25 min non-stop, €9) first and then take the Flixbus from there. This takes approx. 2 hours in total.

The quickest but also most expensive way to get to Siegen is to travel by taxi (1.5 hours).
Please let us know if you need further information on providers and bookings.