Dortmund is North Rhine-Westphalia's commercial centre and the largest city in the Ruhr region. During a visit to Dortmund, you will be able to enjoy a variety of interesting landmarks – for example St. Reinold's Church (Reinoldikirche), St. Mary's Church (Marienkirche) and Propstei Church (Propsteikirche), which are monuments of a 1000-year old history and tradition. Also the Musum for Art and Cultural History and the Ostwall Museum for modern and contemporary art are well worth a visit. At the Halls of Westphalia (Westfalenhallen), a number of events and concerts take place. Arts and culture are of great importance for the city. Various theatres and varietés offer an entertaining programme. Around Dortmund, many museums, castles and historical landmarks invite for a visit, such as the magnificent Dellwig Castle, the Museum of Natural History and the Emperor-William monument at the former Saxon hillfort "Sigiburg". There are countless contemplative squares and parks in Dortmund, e.g. the Westphalia Park (Westfalenpark). Dortmund's city centre invites for a relaxing stroll.
While the Westphalian city of Dortmund is mainly known as an industrial city, it still offers its visitors a variety of interesting attractions. These include the medieval St. Reinold's Church, St. Mary's Church, the Florian Tower (Florianiturm) and the Dortmund U-Tower centre for arts and creativity. Do not miss out on the Ostwall Museum of contemporary art and the Museum for Art and Cultural History. To do some shopping, the Krüger Passage in the city centre is well worth a visit. Nature lovers will find what they are looking for at the Westphalia Park and the Rombergpark botanical gardens.
Dortmund truly is a gourmets' paradise. There's everything, from hearty traditional food over Italian pasta and Japanese sushi to light Mediterranean cuisine. Every restaurant in Dortmund specialises in their own culinary line and offers a broad selection of dishes. Everyone will find their favourite restaurant in Dortmund - taste sensations guaranteed!
Visit Dortmund and shop until you drop - at the Krüger Passage in the city centre, the Propstei Arcades, or Hansastraße you will find everything your heart desires. From second-hand shops and small fashion labels up to luxury stores - there is something for every budget.
Dance the night away in Dortmund's vibrant nightlife. You will not get bored from the broad selection of nightlife entertainment - listen to 80s and 90s tunes, Hip Hop or even electronic techno beats. The highlight are however the varied events and teme parties that cater to every taste. Night owls will definitely get their money's worth in Dortmund.
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