Dortmund

Charming coal mining city

Dortmund, a former coal mining town, is the centre of trade and commerce in Westphalia, and with a population of almost 600,000, it is one of the most densely populated cities in the Ruhr metropolis. The variety of conference venues and an ideal infrastructure bring many businessmen to the city.

Up to 85% of the traffic in the city is accounted for by this demographic. Besides exciting festivals and events, the top-flight BVB football club attracts visitors to the Ruhr metropolis.

Best Western Hotel Dortmund Airport
Best Western Hotel Dortmund Airport
Hotel garni in the economic and trade centre of North Rhine-Westphalia, Dortmund
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Days Inn Dortmund West
Hotel garni in the economic and trade centre of Nordrhein-Westphalens, Dortmund
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ibis Dortmund West
Business hotel at Dortmund technology park with a direct motorway connection
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From the mines to the boulevards

After a visit to the former Graf-Wittekind exhibition coal mine or the mining museum, nature enthusiasts will discover a contrasting programme at the PHOENIX-See (lake) or in the "Conservation House" in Westfalenpark,

Dortmund. Spectacular views of the city can be had from the viewing platform of the Florianturm, Dortmund's new landmark. Westenhellenweg, the main boulevard, is popular nationally and internationally, and is actually one of the most frequented shopping promenades in Germany.