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The city of Dortmund is located in the Ruhr region of Germany, in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia. Main places to visit in Dortmund are Dortmund Zoo, German Football Museum, Marienkirche, DASA Working World Exhibition, Borusseum, Hawk Tower, Ostwall Museum, LWL-Industriemuseum Zeche, Zeche Waltrop, Hoesch Museum, Signal Iduna Park, St. Reinold Church, Westfalenpark, Florianturm, Emscher, Gysenberg Park, Dortmund U-Tower, Hohensyburg, Zollern II/IV Colliery, Burg Hörde, Seepark Lünen, Hardenstein Castle, Petrikirche, Kokerei Hansa, Wildgehege Grutholz, Osthaus-Museum Hagen.

Dortmund International Airport, the main airport of the city of Dortmund, is located approximately 10 km east of Dortmund city center. According to 2015 statistics, the closest airport to Dortmund Airport, which provided transportation services to nearly 2 million passengers in 1 year, is Düsseldorf Airport, which is 70 km away. Airline companies with direct flights to Dortmund Airport are: Ryanair, SunExpress, Wizz Air, Germania, Eurowings and easyJet. You can buy your Dortmund flight ticket with connections to Vienna, Palma de Mallorca, London, Belgrade, Porto, Wroclaw and Timişoara, or you can also take a look at non-stop flights from SunExpress.

SunExpress airline has direct flights from Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport to Dortmund Airport periodically. Eurowings also operates flights from Ankara Esenboğa Airport. You can buy your Dortmund flight ticket that suits your budget, either with or without a transfer, and you can compare prices using the oBiley application before purchasing.

One of Germany's important iron and steel industry regions


The city is located in the west of the country. The western region is called the Ruhr. Dortmund, one of the major cities of the Ruhr Region, has become a major metropolis with the developing technology in recent years.

In addition, it has managed to become a touristic city as well as an economic and cultural one. It has become a city with green areas, parks, historical monuments and the capital of culture and arts. The history of Dortmund dates back to 882.

It is known that a huge fire broke out in the city of Dortmund in the past. The city, which was rebuilt in 1152 during the Roman Empire, became an important center of coal and steel mining during the 1800s under Prussian rule.

This situation is also valid for now. The city, which was destroyed after World War II, healed its wounds in a short time and came to this day.

Despite the fire and World War II, the historical monuments in the city were restored one by one and the city regained its former glory.