Dortmund

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Dortmund, a fascinating German city

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Getting there You can get to Dortmund from Prague, Basel and Cologne. Best price and travel duration below.

From Frankfurt 02:19 $54
From Berlin 03:17 $54
From Munich 05:29 $88
From Prague 10:08 $80
From Basel 05:08 $239
From Cologne 01:08 $34
From Copenhagen 10:01 $47
From Stuttgart 03:22 $54
From Hamburg 02:47 $54
From Dusseldorf 00:48 $32
From Dresden 06:12 $34
From Warsaw 10:52 $159
From Hanover 01:38 $34
From Mannheim 02:42 $54
From Karlsruhe 03:21 $54
From Bremen 01:49 $34
From Aachen 02:01 $54
From Leipzig 04:49 $54
From Wolfsburg 02:12 $54
From Duisburg 00:34 $28
From Munster Westf Hb 00:30 $24
From Soest 00:37 $26
From Bielefeld 00:47 $34
From Enschede 02:11 $44
From Osnabruck 00:56 $34
From Hagen 00:19 $16


Getting around From Dortmund, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Duisburg 00:41 $28
To Soest 00:44 $26
To Hagen 00:54 $16
To Schwerte 00:55 $34
To Dusseldorf 00:59 $32
To Oberhausen 01:09 $28
To Cologne 01:30 $34
To Bielefeld 01:41 $34
To Osnabruck 02:22 $34
To Aachen 02:38 $34
To Enschede 03:01 $44
To Hamburg 03:25 $54
To Hanover 03:33 $34
To Frankfurt 04:12 $54
To Mannheim 04:38 $54
To Bremen 05:07 $34
To Berlin 05:17 $54
To Karlsruhe 05:19 $54
To Amsterdam 05:21 $80
To Stuttgart 06:43 $54
To Wolfsburg 07:11 $34
To Munich 09:25 $34
To Leipzig 09:34 $34
To Copenhagen 11:30 $47
To Dresden 11:42 $34
To Basel 13:05 $112

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Dortmund, a fascinating German city

Dortmund is located in the north west of Germany. It has a rich industrial history and today is one of the most important commercial and cultural hub of the region. Dortmund is the 8th most important German city and is home to many interesting museums, captivating landmarks and one of the most popular football teams in Europe.

When you arrive in Dortmund, you had head to the Westenhellweg, where you will find a wide range of local boutiques and department stores. It is the perfect place to indulge in some shopping. In fact, Dortmund is the place to be for people in the surrounding region when it comes to shopping. Visit the Brückstraße quarter, located in the north of the city. You will find artists, musicians and people who crave for culture and creativity. Don’t miss a football match involving the local team – Borussia Dortmund – at its local stadium called Signal Iduna Park.

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