Dortmund

With nearly 600,000 inhabitants, Dortmund is by far the largest city in the Ruhr metropolis, yet it is no urban wasteland!

Almost half of the city consists of green spaces and parks, and the leisure facilities of the BVB's home town are also very impressive. The Casino Hohensyburg, the Westfalenpark, the climbing centre KletterMAX or the Deutsche Arbeitsschutzausstellung [German Work Safety Exhibition] are just a few examples of exciting and varied destinations. Dortmund, like the neighbouring cities of Hagen and Herdecke, also lies on the Route of Industrial Heritage, like pearls on a string, the powerful contemporary witnesses of industrialisation all line up here.

Zoo Dortmund mit Amazonashaus

The Dortmund Zoo is a zoo of international renown and is located in the south of Dortmund.

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Westfalenpark Dortmund

The Westfalenpark in the south of Dortmund is known as the city's green lung.

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Casino Hohensyburg

One of the most modern and most profitable casinos in Europe is Casino Hohensyburg in the south of Dortmund.

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Deutsches Fußballmuseum

The German Football Museum opened in Dortmund on 25 October 2015.

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Dortmundtourismus

Max-von-der-Grün-Platz 5-6
44137
 Dortmund

phone 0231 / 1889990

info@dortmund-tourismus.de