Explore Dortmund - Things to do in Dortmund, Germany | Germany Travel Blogs

Updated: Jun 30, 2020

I have a special association with the city of Dortmund. I have lived more than 6 months in dortmund during my student life.

Dortmund, Germany
Dortmund, Germany

I’m totally in love with the vibes of the city and it will always stay in my heart.

Dortmund, Germany

Dortmund is considered as a city of Students. There are a lot of local and international students living here but still the city isn’t International at all. The city is famous due to its BVB Football club.

In this blog, we will share how to explore Dortmund like a locals:

Dortmund, Germany
Dortmund Central Station

Best way to explore Dortmund Centrum is to go out of Dortmund from the Main exit of Dortmund Central station. The station and the surroundings are always full with crowd.

When you go out, you need to cross the road and you can find Bibliothek in front of you and on the right side you can find the Football Museum.

Football Museum:

The Museum has a unique Architecture and presents Germany football history. The museum has many artefacts like the football used in the 1954 World Cup final. The museum also displayed Germany's World Cup trophies on the first floor. The basis ticket price is 10.


If you cross the road in front of Dortmund train station, you can find the stairs and if you walk straight from the stairs. You can find yourself in Westenhellweg. It’s a long Pedestrian and has a famous shopping street in Dortmund.

Dortmund, Germany
Shopping Street, Dortmund

The Pedestrian has almost all the famous local and International brands.The Pedestrian also has a shopping mall called “Thier- Galerie”. The pedestrian is always full of people busy shopping.

Dortmund, Germany
Dortmund Town Hall

St. Reinoldi Church:

The St. Reinoldi Church is near Ostenhellweg. The church has been visited by people everyday.

It’s highly suggested to explore the old town of Dortmund by foot. The surrounding of the Church is really happening and almost always crowded.

Dortmund, Germany
St. Reinoldi Church, Dortmund

There are lots of cafes and restaurants and the big square near the Church. In the summer, it’s the best place to hangout and enjoy the sun in outdoor sittings of ice cream cafes. The church is well connected with the Public transport (U-bahn and buses).

Signal Iduna Park:

Signal Iduna park is a home ground of the famous BVB club. The stadium was constructed for the purpose of hosting the World cup of 1974. Since then, the stadium has hosted many World cup and club matches.

Dortmund, Germany
Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund

How to reach the Stadium:

The stadium is located in South of Dortmund and around 3 KM away from Dortmund Central Station. The stadium is highly accessible with Public transport.

You can take a Regional train and it takes around 5 minutes to reach the Stadium. Or you can also take U-bahn and get off at Westfalenhallen and walk for 5 minutes to the stadium.

Borussia fans:

Whenever there’s a match of Borussia, the city is fully packed with the fans. They are always people on the streets after the match and celebrating the success.

How to buy a ticket:

The tickets sell out pretty quick after the start of the general sale. You can buy the ticket from Borussia Dortmund games, sales points in Dortmund and BVB fan Club shop at the stadium.

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