Dortmund may be a Mecca for soccer fans, but it’s also a vibrant, artistic and cultural city. Packed with cutting-edge galleries, stunning medieval architecture and exciting street style, it’s a hidden gem that’s waiting to be discovered.
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Grab your backpack and get ready to go! Here are 5 tips for your next trip to this German city amazing.
Dortmund was a powerhouse of industry in the 19th century, but its rich history goes right back to medieval times.
Head to Alter Markt, the historical center, and appreciate the beautiful Rathaus, or city hall. From there, walk the short distance to St. Reinold’s Church, the oldest extant church in the city. Don’t forget to stop by Altes Stadhaus, a stunning Neo-Renaissance style office building that survived the turbulence of World War II.
If you’re looking for some great art, head straight to Dortmunder U. This former brewery has been converted into a captivating cultural space and gallery. It also houses the Museum Am Ostwall, a three-storey gallery filled with the best of 21st century art.