Football fans would love visiting Dortmund for it is home of Borussia Dortmund. Plan a trip and choose from over 500 hotel options.
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Kick it like Dortmund
Owing to Borussia Dortmund, the city's Bundesliga (Germany's first league) team, Dortmund has been put on the map. This city in the North Rhine-Westphalia region in Germany is known for its several open spaces and parks. It is particularly known for its natural beauty for half of the city consists of wooded areas, farmland, green spaces as well as several waterways.
Kick-start the trip by heading to the Church of St Reinoldi. The oldest church in Dortmund, dating as far back as the 13th century is named as such to honor the city's patron saint, Reinold. Do trek over the 200 steps to reach the bell-tower and enjoy mind-blowing panoramic views over the city. A trip to Dortmund is incomplete without tasting the beer. Do have a Dortmund Brewery Experience that comprises of history on industrially brewed beer in Dortmund as well as follow the production of the beer as well.
Do catch a glimpse of Florianturm. It is Dortmund's TV tower and is 212 metres high and is situated in Westfalen Park. Do get to the top to enjoy fantastic views, grab a bite in the revolving restaurant and take a walk around the 70-hectare park. Those who are artistically inclined ought to visit the Theater Dortmund. It offers opera, repertory theatre, children's and youth theatre, children's opera or traditional ballet.
Musical fan? Then visit the Dortmund Concert Hall. It is a gorgeous well-designed building and very striking in nature. One can often catch world-famous artists performing there. Here, one can be a spectator to all types of music, from classic to modern. Animal lovers ought to visit the Dortmund Zoo for it focuses in South American flora and fauna and houses around 1,500 animals. Do catch a glimpse of other animals such as lions, Angolan giraffes, green Iguanas, Sumatran tigers and many more.
Football fanatics will enjoy visiting the Signal Iduna Park and watch a game or two. It can accommodate as much as 80,720 (25,000 standing) spectators. One can also explore the stadium through a guide such as the players' tunnel, dressing rooms, VIP areas, mixed zone, stadium prison and Borusseum club museum. Speaking of museums, do visit the Museum of Art & Cultural History which showcases artifacts in Art Deco style in a blend of archaeological, folkloristic and local history collections, along with arts, crafts and modern design.
When it comes to shopping, do head over to Hansastrasse, where one will get to view designer names. As for cuisine, it would be a crime to visit Dortmund and not indulge in their local fare. Some of the delicacies are Salzkuchen ( bagel-like, caraway spiced roll with seasoned mincemeat and onions) and Mettente (smoked sausage, normally comes with a spicy mustard).
The stay options in Dortmund are abundant with the best luxury hotels, cheap accommodations and rental apartments available for the tourists to decide which kind to opt for depending on their budget and taste.
Dortmund experiences temperate climate zone. The best time to visit would be August and September for the temperatures are pleasant during this period.