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The old industrial city of Dortmund is located in the Ruhr area, in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. The town used to be known for the mining and steel industry. Dortmund is today a city full of tourist attractions. No one will be bored in this bustling city with a wide range of museums, including the Dortmunder U, the brewery museum and the LWL-Industriemuseum. Sports fans can visit Signal Iduna Park, the home stadium of BVB Borussia Dortmund. And do you want to relax? This is possible at the beautiful Phoenix-see, where you can take a walk around the water, have a bite to eat or enjoy the fantastic view. Dortmund is also a popular destination for a magical winter Christmas market.

Things to see and do in Dortmund

The Dortmunder U is the beating heart of the cultural city of Dortmund. The distinctive U on top of the building can be seen from miles away. The building used to be home to a brewery but today, it houses several museums, a research centre and has become a natural meeting place. When you’re done with this magnificent attraction, head to the Industrial Museum Zeche Zollern.

As in many cities in the German Ruhr area, Dortmund used to be an actual industrial city. The town was best known for its coal and steel production. That history is recorded in the well-known LWL-Industriemuseum Zeche Zollern. This used to be a coal mine, and today you can experience the history of the mining industry in this museum. The former mine has mainly remained intact, making it feel as if the miners still work there.

A visit to Germany isn’t complete without trying any of the country’s many beers. Don’t forget to visit the Brewery Museum. Dortmund has an age-old brewing tradition, and the city has had many breweries for many years. Nowadays, it is one of the largest beer-producing cities globally, with more than 750 million litres of beer leaving the city every year. You can learn everything about those breweries and the history of beer brewing in Dortmund in the Brewery Museum. You also get to view the old brewing machines and know everything about how beer was brewed in the old days and now.

A visit to Dortmund isn’t complete without a visit to the Phoenix See. This is where you come to relax for a while after all the walking and sightseeing. The Phoenix See is one of the feelings of pride of Dortmund and Germany. There used to be blast furnaces and steel factories on the spot until it was completely converted into a unique recreational area. The view over the lake is magical, especially from the nearby Kaiserberg. It is also wonderful to have a bite to eat at the Phoenix See. Fortunately, in the Hörde district, there are many restaurants on the water, where you can enjoy various culinary delights.

For football lovers, don’t miss out on Signal Iduna Park. This is the home stadium of BVB Borussia Dortmund football club. When you visit the stadium, you can view the exciting club museum and get a tour. Suppose you had the opportunity to see a match. In that case, it is undoubtedly an unforgettable experience because of the Yellow Wall and the electrifying passion and atmosphere of the BVB fans in the stadium. This is a must for every football fan!

Dortmund is the perfect destination whether you’re looking for a long city trip or a short weekend getaway. Find your tickets and book on this page. has the cheapest airline tickets to Dortmund and other parts of the world.

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