Welcome to Wuppertal

The city of the world famous suspension monorail provides a lot: big city in the countryside, economic and cultural center of the Bergische Land, University City, almost 350 000 inhabitants, Pina Bausch Dance Company, Zoo in attractive surroundings, Von der Heydt-Museum, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, EnergyAgency.NRW, in a convenient location in the center of North Rhine-Westphalia, Cologne and Dusseldorf airports nearby. See for yourself, visit us ...

Suspension monorail

Suspension monorail

The suspension monorail with its swift train service is not only a landmark and historical monument but has beenWuppertal's indispensable means of transport since its inauguration in 1901. 85,000 passengers use it daily to travel through the city without the problems of junctions or traffic jams.

penguin enclosure

Zoo

Wuppertal Zoo is one of the most attractively landscaped zoological gardens of its kind.

More than 4,500 animals from all continents of the world live in Wuppertal Zoo, which attracts more than 600,000 visitors each year.

Von der Heydt-Museum

Von der Heydt Museum, Pina Bausch Dance Company and more

The Von der Heydt Museum has long been a mecca for art lovers. The Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra has a high reputation well beyond the city boundaries. The "Wuppertaler Bühnen", with opera, theatre and the Pina Bausch dance company of world-wide acclaim, attract the attention of leading newspapers every season.

Delphi

Business and Technology

The industrialisation of mainland Europe began in the "Bergisches Städtedreieck" (the triangle formed by the three cities of Wuppertal, Remscheid and Solingen), and in particular here in Wuppertal. The textile, chemical, mechanical engineering and tool making industries have a long tradition here and will continue to be totally indispensable in the future as well. They are being supplemented by many other business skills.

Federal Republic of Germany

Location

One important advantage Wuppertal has as a business location is its convenient position. Our city lies where the Ruhr region meets the Rhineland and offers an ideal infrastructure with excellent transport connections.

construction model of Döppersberg

Major building project

If you arrive by train, you will be greeted at the moment by a huge construction site. A new gateway to the city is being built. This modernisation of Döppersberg is the most important city development scheme for the coming years and an important project for the city and the whole region.

Not in service

Suspension monorail not in service

The suspension monorail and the "Kaiserwagen" are closed from 12.4.2014 until 27.4.2014.
As a Replacement please use the Busses called "Schwebebahn-Ersatzverkehr".

 

Contact

Wuppertal Touristik

(Tourism Office)
City-Center
Schloßbleiche 40
42103 Wuppertal

Phone:
+49 202 19433 or
+49 202 563-2270
 

Contact

Business Development

Lise-Meitner-Str. 13
42119 Wuppertal

Phone:
+49 202 24807-21