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Leonardo Hotel Dortmund

Burgwall 11-13,  Dortmund
In the heart of the city centre
Free Wi-Fi
Electric vehicle charging station
Non-smoking hotel
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Once an industrial power hub famous for mining and steel mills, today the west German city of Dortmund is better known as a football capital, home to Bundesliga team Borussia Dortmund who have won the German national championship no fewer than eight times. But there’s more to this modern city than football. From art galleries to theatres and museums, culture is thriving in Dortmund, with a series of high-tech industries having taken over the business side of the city and almost half of its footprint given over to gardens and city parks. In other words, there’s more than enough to explore during your stay at the Leonardo Hotel Dortmund, whether your visit is for work or leisure.

Get your bearings

Head to Westfalen Park and take the lift to the top of the Florian Tower for an overview of the whole city. During the summer months the park is bursting with flowers of all colours and varieties, and is even home to a flock of flamingos, while through the winter the park and tower are illuminated with colourful lights. Depending on the day you visit you may also find farm stalls selling local produce or the popular vintage flea market, plus boats for hire, a beach volleyball pitch and a giant chess board should you fancy a game.

Don’t miss

There’s no denying the fact that, today, this city in North Rhine-Westphalia is best known as the home of football, not least because since 2015 it’s been the location of the German Football Museum. Housed in a sleek, glass-fronted building next to the main train station, this is a shrine to all things soccer, with huge multimedia exhibitions detailing not just the country’s modern teams but also its long, sometimes chequered, past including the historic 1974 World Cup game between East and West Germany. After you’ve admired the glittering trophy cabinets, you can even have a kick-around on the ground floor football pitch.

While you’re there

One industry that has stood the test of time in Dortmund is brewing, and Dortmund is a city that takes its ale seriously. Visit a traditional pub in the Alter Market, an old market square dotted with drinking holes which transforms into a beer garden in the warmer months, and try and a local draft such as Thier, Stifts or Ritter. If you want to explore this side of the city further, head to the Brewery Museum on Steigerstrasse where you can discover how Dortmund’s brewers have influenced beer production all over the world, and find out about some of the new craft brewers on the scene.

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