Once you arrive at Dortmund airport, a charter bus will be your best choice to travel comfortably and enjoy your journey to Dortmund. Our bus company will be delighted to show your group the city which is situated in North Rhine-Westphalia, and is also the 8th largest city in Germany. A chartered bus can take you to the industrial parts of the city. On a tour bus your travel easily to the amazing open spaces and parks - half of the city is made up of woods and parks as well as numerous waterways. Dortmund is also well known for its successful Borussia Dortmund football team. Coach Charter Europe bus rental is your reliable partner of choice for having brilliant holidays in Dortmund.
You want to travel with a large group? Bus rental service is the answer! Coach Charter Europe chartered bus is your best choice to travel in Dortmund. Our tour bus service will help you explore Dortmund and enjoy your holidays. Contact our Coach Charter Europe Bus Company team and let us know what you have in mind and we will take care of all transport arrangements for your trip to Dortmund. Our airport shuttles will welcome you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel, and back again to the airport at the end of your trip.
Do you need inspiration where to go in Dortmund? Find here our top 10 places to see in Dortmund.
1. The Alter Markt and Altes Stadthaus
Dortmund's Old Town's main attraction is the Alter Markt, the Old Market. The history of this large pedestrian-friendly area roots back to the 12th century, when local merchants and traders displayed their goods here.
2. German Football Museum
The museum, which opened in 2015, is about German domestic football and the "Mannschaft," the German national team. On stars like Franz Beckenbauer you can read up and relive legendary matches like the Bern World Cup Final in 1954. Employing our Bus company will be the best option to discover the World Cup and European Championship trophies or interactive exhibits and quizzes.
Under the Florianturm's gaze on Dortmund's south side, the Westfalenpark is a 70-hectare green space with a multitude of little attractions to keep you busy for a whole afternoon. Board your tour bus and visit park this park in Summer to be able to fully enjoy its beauty.
Easy to reach by charter bus, the television tower is on the north side of the Westfalenpark. The Florianturm is the 14th highest building in Germany at just under 220 metres, and was the tallest television tower for a short time after it was completed in 1959. Our Chartered bus team recommends to pay a visit to the revolving restaurant below the lower deck if you’d like a pause and enjoy the amazing view for a while longer.
5. Transport Museum
If you like vintage vehicles, don't miss the excellent collection of old trams at Dortmund's Local Transport Museum. The oldest of the trams featured at this museum displaying the fascinating city's century-old transit network dates back to the early 1900s.
6. Botanischer Garten Rombergpark
Dortmund's 65-hectare botanical gardens are among the world's largest. Four greenhouses are suitable for tropical plants, succulents, ferns and a combination of camellias, lemon trees and jasmine. And the herb garden is just different, planted with over 400 species of plants that produce intoxicating scents in spring and summer.
7. Alter Markt
Dortmund's marketplace may have a new touch today but it is still the city's heart and centre as it has been for nearly 900 hundred years. Enjoy food and drinks at outdoor bars and cafés at the market place. Also, if Borussia Dortmund have anything to celebrate, they do so on the Alter Markt as always.
8. St Reinoldi Church
Dating back to the late 13th century, the church of St. Reinoldi is named after the patron saint of the city. As the story goes, the cart with its coffin rolled to Dortmund after Reinold was martyred in Cologne and stopped at the site of the church. There is a statue of him at the entrance of the cathedral, facing Charlemagne.The late-Gothic high altar of the church is artistically outstanding. Last, but not least, the bell tower offers a wonderful view across the city.
9. Dortmund Zoo
Zoos are always a good choice if you need ideas for a family trip and Dortmund’s Zoo is great place for a day with the kids. The zoo holds an exceptionally large number of South American animals. Hire a coach with driver from our bus company Coach Charter Europe and it will take just about 20 minutes to get from the centre to the zoo.
10. Wasserschloss Haus Rodenberg
The water castle is situated in an eastern suburb of the town on the way to the airport. Haus Rodenberg was mentioned and documented for the first time in the 13th century. Our chartered bus team recommends to get a table at the restaurant on the terrace if you fancy a lovely meal in a picturesque location.
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and charter bus
drivers will make sure all your transportationneeds will be met. Thanks to our local charter bus depot we can offer you a variety of modern vehicles to choose from. Our bus company
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