Holidays To Dortmund

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Dortmund is a city in the North Rhine-Westphalia district in Germany. The Christmas Market in Dortmund is one of the biggest in Germany and host of the biggest Christmas 'tree' in the world; actually a pile of various miniature trees. It is open from late November. The middle of the city is a shopping mile with splendid shops on everything from clothing and shoes to books and media to electronics or jewelry, extending down the Hellweg, the Rheinoldi-Church in its hub, the Thier-Gallerie is also becoming very famous now, it's Dortmund's first mall and one of the biggest personally funded structures in Europe! It is also residents to some of the world famous breweries and you will consequently miss something if you don’t savor at least some of its "liquid gold". There is plenty to do and see here; from parks to museums and also Hohensyburg, which is a famous destination in the south of Dortmund, Remains of the Syburg, from the year 1100, Vincke-Tower and a stunning sight above the Ruhr Valley from the Kaiser-Wilhelm Memorial, at the end of the 19th century. Book holidays to Dortmund with Travel Center and profit from our all-inclusive holidays which comprise of cheap flights, affordable lodging and adjustable booking choices. We at Travel Center are devoted to make sure that your holiday to Dortmund is memorable!

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Time Zone

UTC/GMT +1:00 hour

Airlines Flying

Ryanair, EasyJet, Lufthansa

Languages

Dutch

Best Time to Travel

May to September

Modes of Transport

Bus, Taxi, Car, Trams, Ferry

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 1.36 EUR

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St. Reinold's Church

It’s 104-meter-high tower is noticeable for miles around. Begun in the 13th century and not finished until 1454, the church is titled after Dortmund's patron saint, Reinold. A feature of a tour is ascending the tower for its enormous sights of the city and its various green spaces.

The Alter Markt and Altes Stadthaus

the Alter Markt, the Old Market, a huge walker-friendly region that could trace its origins back to the 12th century when town dealers and vendors would exhibit their merchandise here. Altes Stadthaus, is an excellent Neo-Renaissance building constructed in 1899. An important trait of the structures front is the huge eagle standing for the city.

The Zollern Colliery

One of eight old industrial areas now inserted beneath the umbrella of the Westphalian Industrial Museum, together with its high steel constructions, this unused coal mine is popular for its remarkable structure, especially the redbrick front of its chief structures.

Westfalenpark

Engulfing 175 acres, Dortmund's Westfalenpark is one of the city's biggest and most famous green spaces. The park is residence to a variety of appeals, plus the 212-meter-tall Television Tower (Fernsehturm), dearly familiar to natives as Florian, and possessing a rotating restaurant at 138 meters with exceptional sights of the city.

Hohensyburg

An historic palace compound going back to the 8th century. The palace remains seen presently date from about 1100 and comprise two huge retains, the early living quarters, and remains of the ancient wall. A more current inclusion is the war monument, included in 1930 to celebrate the dead from WWI.

Dortmund U and the Depot

A large early factory now altered into a center of inventive and innovative ventures. Features comprise the work of native and state artists, together with filmmakers and photographers. The structure is also residence to Museum am Ostwall, an excellent selection of 20th-century portraits, carvings, and works by the Expressionist league, Die Brücke.

Transport Museum and Mooskamp Station

Accommodated in Mooskamp Station, many ancient trams are added in these captivating exhibits of the city's century-old transit network, the historic of them going back to the early 1900s. Also of fascination is the Motor Car Museum, residence to a selection of excellent prime vehicles counting Jaguars and Ferraris.

Port Authority Building and Museum

Currently, several ancient structures from the canal's heyday exist, most particularly the historic Port Authority Building, residence to a museum representing the past of the dock. Features comprise of a huge replica of the dock, a dummy of a ship's bridge, and more.

Haus Dellwig

An ancient moated structure initially stated in city records in the 12th century, now accommodates a range of displays connecting to Dortmund's wealthy past. Features of its various displays comprise of completely reconditioned rooms, plus the kitchen and many living sections, and a range of workshops, like a shoemaker’s shop and bakery.

Dortmund for Kids - Adlerturm Museum

In the 14th-century Eagle Tower, this captivating museum concentrates on life in the Middle Ages, filling many gothic relics, weapons, and replicas into its six floors. Another appeal for children is the Mondo Mio Children's Museum in Westfalenpark, acceptable for children of all ages, this firsthand museum provides many enjoyable interruptions.