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Like almost no other German city, Dortmund has seen enormous change in recent years. The former "steel city" developed into a modern and cosmopolitan metropolis, acquiring renown all across Europe as an innovative location for technological development.
But the biggest city in the Ruhr Valley also scores with a wide range of possibilities in the cultural and sporting sector, with extensive greens and a high quality of life.
Take the whole family on an outing to Dortmund – what a great idea! Even young tourists can find a load of activities that are sure to please. What about travelling back in time to the Ice Age? Perhaps a visit to Walter the orang-utan or Sandra, the giant anteater? The largest tepee in the world is also surely a great destination.
Everyone knows the BVB. And that’s a good thing! However, Dortmund has much more sports to offer than football. There are unlimited opportunities to participate in athletics here.
Culture enthusiasts will revel in Dortmund. Be awed by virtuoso concerts. Experience incredible intensity at the theatre. Discover the media art of the future. Dive into a world of coal, coke, and collegiality.
Business travellers will find everything they need in Dortmund for effective and successful work. Surrounded by one of the densest European motorway networks, with several airports, hourly ICE, IC, and EC trains, as well as excellent public transportation, Dortmund is at the centre of fast connections.
Shortly before the DFB Cup finale Borussia Dortmund against VfL Wolfsburg, you can buy from 20th to 29th of May finale T-Shirts at the Dortmund agency. The T-Shirts are limited to 5,000 pieces. more…
Baking is very trendy. Visitors can satisfy themself for the first time from 30th and 31st May at Westfalenhallen Dortmund on the exhibition "Cake and Bake". more…
Seven world champions are the main actors of the central cinema show of the German Football Museum entitled: "We are all world champions!".
Philipp Lahm, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Thomas Müller, Mario Götze, Manuel Neuer, Mats Hummels and Christoph Kramer are thinking back what happened at the World Cup success of 2014 in the twelve-minute production.
The Cinema show with a completely new type of holographic projection technology, in which the national team appear to be exempted, three-dimensional spatial images, will be a highlight of the permanent exhibition. In the film, the players remember in short scenic episodes about the key moments of the World Cup in Brazil and the previous title successes.
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