Hotels in Wuppertal

Whether you’re planning business trips in Germany or fun family getaways, short breaks in Wuppertal have something for everyone. Explore all the best activities this picturesque city has to offer – enjoy days out with the kids at Wuppertal Zoo, be inspired with a walk around Waldfrieden Sculpture Park, and ride the world-famous Wuppertal Suspension Railway. Plus, thanks to our free Wi-Fi and super-comfy Hypnos beds, our Premier Inn hotels in Wuppertal are perfect for getting the most out of holidays in Germany.

Show more
Show less

Wuppertal hotels

Average hotel rating
Based on guest surveys

Map unavailable

Please upgrade your browser to use this map

Upgrade Internet Explorer

Places like Wuppertal

Take a look at our hotels in Düsseldorf and our hotels in Essen.

 

Why not extend your short breaks in Germany and visit other places like Wuppertal nearby? Our hotels in Düsseldorf are just a 30-minute drive away and ideal for exploring top attractions like the Königsallee. Alternatively, why not book a room at one of our Essen hotels and enjoy days out in Germany at places like the Botanischer Garten Grugapark?

Show more
Show less

Things to do in Wuppertal

Ride the Wuppertal Schwebebahn

If there’s one Wuppertal attraction that the city is best known for, it has to be the world-famous suspension railway. For over 100 years, this incredible ‘hanging’ train has transported and delighted tourists on Wuppertal holidays, connecting the districts of Barmen, Oberbarmen, Vohwinkel and Elberfeld and following the course of the Wupper river. It’s a must see whenever you’re visiting this picturesque spot in the Bergisches Land.

Show more
Show less

Enjoy days out with the kids in Wuppertal

Housing over 3000 animals and 400 species, it’s easy to see why the 24-hectacre ‘Green Zoo’ is one of Wuppertal’s top family attractions. Located between Elberfeld in the east and Vohwinkel in the west, the Green Zoo in Wuppertal is one of the most beautiful and varied zoos in Germany, and a must-visit on Wuppertal short breaks. Don’t miss the herd of elephants, the glass penguin tunnel and the unique free-flight enclosure for macaws called "Aralandia".

Show more
Show less

Explore some of the best parks in Germany

If you’re looking for picture-perfect places to visit in Wuppertal, you’ll love the Waldfrieden Sculpture Park. British sculptor Tony Cragg bought the wooded area around the Waldfrieden villa back in 2006, and has since used the area as a large outdoor exhibition space, showcasing around 20 of his own works and 20 by other sculptors. It’s an incredible spot where art meets nature, and unmissable for art-lovers visiting Wuppertal.

Show more
Show less

FAQs

What are the nearest train stations in Wuppertal?

Wuppertal station or the ‘Hauptbahnhof’ as it’s known locally is the city’s main station, and you’ll find it just a 10-minute drive away from the Waldfrieden Sculpture Park. Plus, with other Wuppertal train stations nearby including Wuppertal Steinbeck station, Unterbarmen and – of course – the world-famous suspension railway too, getting around Wuppertal couldn’t be easier. 

Show more
Show less

What are the best things to do in Wuppertal at night?

There’s plenty of fun things to do in Wuppertal in the evenings throughout your stay. Whether you’re enjoying live events at top venues like the Historische Stadthalle Wuppertal or relaxing with a quiet drink back at our bar, nightlife in Wuppertal has plenty to please. 

Show more
Show less

What family friendly activities can you do in Wuppertal?

Good news for parents planning short breaks in Germany – you’ll find all kinds of family friendly things to do in Wuppertal. With over 3000 animals to meet and 24-hectacres to explore, Wuppertal Zoo is perfect if you want to enjoy days out with the kids in Wuppertal, and no trip to this historic city in North Rhine-Westphalia would be complete without riding the Wuppertal Suspension Railway.

Show more
Show less

What outdoor activities can you do in Wuppertal?

There’s plenty of outdoor attractions in Wuppertal for couples and families alike to enjoy throughout Germany city breaks. Soak up the great outdoors at the Wuppertal Botanical Garden, get a taste of the local culture by exploring the vibrant Luisenviertel neighbourhood, and feel inspired with a walk around the Skulpturenpark Waldfrieden, one of the most popular places to visit in Wuppertal. Plus, if you’re looking for scenic walks or cycling trails in Wuppertal, then don’t miss out on the Nordbahntrasse, a long, disused railway line that’s popular with locals and tourists alike looking to enjoy some leisure activities. 

Show more
Show less

What indoor activities can you do in Wuppertal?

Whatever the weather in Wuppertal, this city has plenty to keep you entertained throughout your stay. Art-lovers won’t want to miss exploring the Von der Heydt Museum – one of the top museums in Germany – before catching live events at the Stadthalle Wuppertal. 

Show more
Show less