Apr 26, 2019 - Apr 27, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Located in the North Rhine-Westphalia region of Germany, Dortmund was once a robust medieval trading route. Today, Dortmund is a cultural metropolis comprised of waterways and spacious parks like the beautiful Westfalenpark Dortmund.
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Dortmund's hotels are mostly located just outside the city around 2.5 miles outside of the city center. There are more remote hotels on the outskirts of town around 15 miles away.
You can find hotels and resorts priced for any budget. In Dortmund, 4-star hotels average $75 per night while economy hotels average $40 per night. Of course, your prices may vary, but you can always depend on Skyscanner for the best prices available every time you search.
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Dortmund, as a cultural center has many theatres, museums, and shopping. Some of the most visited are:
Sports fans will appreciate the excitement of Signal Iduna Park which is home to the renowned Borrussia Dortmund. The city also has a vibrant nightlife and is most famous for producing traditional German beer and ale. History buffs will want to visit Dortmund's medieval churches: Reinoldikirche and the Marienkirche, as well as the Castle Bodelschwingh and lovely Altes Stadthaus.
I recommend this city for all football (soccer) lovers. I went there to see a BVB football match and the whole city was all about the game. It wasn’t some kind of a final, just an ordinary game, but the stadium was full with supporters singing and jumping through the 90 minutes of the game and after. In addition in Dortmund is located the national football museum of Germany so if you are into football you’re going to like it!
Dortmund is very very Nice :D
spent a few years here when serving in the forces, my home town for 2 years