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Most people only know Dortmund (DTM) as an economic and trading city in North Rhine-Westphalia. But the city also has beautiful sights and destinations to offer in the surrounding region. Episodes of the TV Series Tatort are shot here, and the Theater Dortmund (DTM) offers visitors a range of classical ballets, opera performances and improvisational theatre. The Theater im Depot in particular is a real find, as it has established itself as a centre for independent theatre over the years. Various productions have been put on at the Naturbühne Hohensyburg, in the midst of the Syburg forest, since 1952. The Schule für Tanzkunst (School of Dance Arts) in Rheinische Strasse is no less professional, putting on performances on a very private stage.
This city in North Rhine-Westphalia offers visitors an eclectic mix of culture and leisure. Book your Dortmund (DTM) flights now and go on an unforgettable journey of discovery through the city. A tour will take you past Signal Iduna Park, the Zollern mine, the Florian Tower, Romberg Park and the Stadion Rote Erde (Red Earth Stadium). You could also visit historical attractions such as the Bierkutscher (Drayman), who represents the brewing industry, the Kokerei Hansa (Hansa coking plant), which offers an insight into the heavy industry, or the two nude male figures in Kampstrasse. A visit to the Europabrunnen (Europe Fountain) in Kleppingstrasse is a must on any visit to Dortmund (DTM).
Culture lovers will find many other wonderful sights in Dortmund (DTM). If you book your flights to Dortmund (DTM) today, you'll soon be experiencing this city's charm for yourself. Take a visit to the Marienkirche with its two towers, the Petrikirche, built as a Gothic hall church, or the Reinoldkirche, whose namesake is St. Reinold. Merchants and citizens have come together on the Alter Markt (Old Market) since the 12th century, and it is still a busy place today in Dortmund (DTM). Visitors can experience some very special panache in Brückenstrasse where there are more than 30 clothes boutiques. Shopping lovers will find many stores in Hellweg, one of Germany's biggest shopping streets.