Overnighting in a youth camp

How do you accommodate more than 30,000 young people for three days in Düsseldorf? In this case, the buildings at the exhibition centre. The youth camps at the European Youth Day 2009 were a great success and this time there will be even more halls available to sleep in.

Sleeping overnight on the exhibition centre premises

This time there will be more than 25,000 sleeping spaces available on the exhibition grounds, in the immediate vicinity of all the activities. The sleeping space in the youth camps is included in the entry fee.

If you will be sleeping in one of the halls allocated you should bring either a mat or air mattress and a sleeping bag or blanket with you. Camp beds will only be provided in the halls where helpers and the families will be sleeping.

If travelling by air with reduced baggage, for cost reasons, you may buy sleeping mats which can be held at the IYC premises for collection on arrival. This requirement must be registered beforehand with: youthcamps@ijt2019.org. Woolen blankets are also planned to be available for the price of 5 euros.

Staying overnight in the vicinity

Where groups or individuals don't wish to make use of the cost-free sleeping spaces offered by the event organisers, they can book other overnight accommodation at their own cost. In and around Düsseldorf there are many youth hostels and hotels:

Hotel- und Reiseangebote zum Internationalen Jugendtag der Neuapostolischen Kirche 2019



It is advised that a reduction to the entry fee will not be possible when making private overnight accommodation arrangements.