Museum Am Ostwall
Once one of Dortmund's largest and most famous breweries, the defunct Union Brauerei is a protected landmark being reinvented as a...
The Zollern II/IV Coal Mine was considered a 'model mine' when operation began in 1902. It boasted state-of-the-art technology and...
The 14th-century Petrikirche's show-stopper is the massive Antwerp altar (1520), featuring 633 individually carved and gilded figurines...
Dortmund’s famous and massively popular and succesful Bundesliga soccer team plays its home games at the legendary Westfalenstadion,...
High-energy bistro with Mediterranean classics, operatic decor and a see-and-be-seen crowd.
Lonely Planet review
Painted cherubs frolicking on the ceiling survey the scene at this charismatic neighbourhood cafe in the Kreuzviertel. The food - baguettes to roast chicken - is a perfect counterbalance to the potent cocktails.