|Fitness club, monthly fee for 1 adult||$39.99|
|Monthly Pass (local transport)||$88.07|
|Milk (1 liter)||$0.85|
|1 Pair of men leather shoes||$108.47|
|Internet (6 Mbps, unlimited data)||$20.34|
Dortmund is a picturesque German city, which lies in Bundesland of the well-known North Rhine-Westphalia. The Ruhr River is seen flowing south of Dortmund. The Dortmund Port is Europe’s largest canal port. Thanks to this canal, the North Sea is connected to Dortmund. It is the green metropolis of Westphalia. Almost half the area comprises agriculture, forests, waterways and green spots. Avail cheap flights to Dortmund and spend a rejuvenating holiday amidst splendid scenic beauty and tranquility.
A major tourist attraction is, undoubtedly, Dellwig House, an outstanding architectural specimen; it is actually a 13th century magnificent castle on water. The castle has a long history of repeated devastation and reconstruction. As a result, the facade of the building presently is an amazing combination of various architectural styles. St. Johannes Baptist Church is a splendid religious building. It was devastated during the World War II but was restored to its former glory during the 14th century. However, the East wing of the original structure has remained intact.
The Museum of Art and Culture is Ruhr Valley’s first municipal museum and is housed in a magnificent building that dates back to 1883. The edifice of the building is inspired by Art Deco architectural style and has a monument-like presence. It has an amazing collection of ancient paintings, antique furniture, sculptures and crafts including the Roman triumphal cross, Conrad von Soest’s Gothic Madonnas, precious curiosities from the Renaissance period and also, 18th or 19th century paintings by CD Friedrich, Anselm Feuerbach, Carl Spitzweg, Lovis Corinth, Max Liebermann and Max Slevogt.
Another museum worth availing cheap flights to Dortmund for is the Museum of Ostwall. This museum boasts of a splendid collection of more than 2,500 famous paintings of Expressionism by renowned artists of the past era and also works of talented contemporary artists including photo and video works. Westfalen park is a sprawling recreation park with playgrounds for kids, an exquisite rose garden and a picnic spot. In winters, tourists can enjoy ice-skating here and hire skis. The Florianturm Tower in the park has a huge observation platform from where you could enjoy the panoramic view of the city. Romberg park, a historic landscaped park is partly an arboretum and partly an enthralling botanical garden worth booking a room in one of the fine hotels in Dortmund for.