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  • Dortmund: BVB Signal Iduna Park Self-Guided Tour

    1. Dortmund: BVB Signal Iduna Park Self-Guided Tour

    Enjoy a self-guided audio tour through the Signal Iduna Park, home to the famous German football team BVB. Your tour will start at Foyer West, where an instructor will explain to you how the audio tour works. They will show you how to can scan the different interactive and multi-visual stations and send you on your way to the western tribune. This is a self-guided tour, meaning you will explore the stadium on your own, following the instruction signs. Throughout the route, there are multiple scannable QR stations, inviting you to learn more about the stadium, the club, and the players through your provided device. The expected duration of the tour is 60 minutes. A tour highlight includes the "mix zone", the area where rival teams meet each other for the first time. The player's cabins, the player tunnel, and of course the actual field are also awaiting you to explore. While you are not...

  • Dortmund: German Football Museum

    2. Dortmund: German Football Museum

    In this modern exhibition with around 1,600 exhibits, embark on a fascinating journey into the past and experience football history in all its facets and with all your senses. Meet the world champions of 2014 in the 3D cinema, and become a commentator yourself in the reporter's cabin. On the small playing field in the multifunctional arena, the little ones can prove that they can kick a ball just like the adults. The spectacular scenography will unite fans and referees, amateurs and professionals and women's and men's football. Discover an interactive world of adventure for young and old alike at the German Football Museum.

    If you like football, as I do, you will love this museum. It was awesome. I had a great time. Thoroughly recommended.

  • Dortmund: Unlimited 4G Internet in Germany with Pocket Wi-Fi

    3. Dortmund: Unlimited 4G Internet in Germany with Pocket Wi-Fi

    Enjoy a pocket hotspot device rental service and access the web throughout Germany. Avoid expensive data roaming charges or connecting to insecure public internet points and, most importantly, save yourself the time and hassle of looking for free Wi-Fi every time you need an internet connection. With this service, you won’t have to change your sim card during your vacation or buy a high-cost data package in advance. This is an unlimited package at truly 4G/LTE speed — it is secure and works everywhere in Germany. There are no speed limitations at any level of data usage. Watch movies, play games, make online calls, stream your playlists, share your memories, use live navigation, and more. Please note that mobile operators sources may affect speed. Order your pocket Wi-Fi device and have it shipped to your destination in Germany before you arrive. When you get there, you’ll be ready to ...

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What people are saying about Dortmund

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 130 reviews

The football trip into the past was worth it. The stars of yesterday packed in videos or banned in pictures, it made me go back to my childhood smoothly! I went to the exhibition without introductions and would not be disappointed! I will share this experience with friends and colleagues and maybe repeat it again because I did not manage everything in the 3 hours! If you want to visit the museum, you should arrive without a time limit and not have a follow-up appointment!

It was nice to go to the stadium through the tunnel through which the players come out, sit in the coach's chair, see the changing rooms. The highlight of the program was the photo with the cups (we had to wait a bit, but we were on Sundays). A small souvenir bus stood in front of the stadium. The worst part of the trip was the food - WE DO NOT RECOMMEND! It was the worst sausage and chips I have ever eaten.

Very interesting exhibitions. Unfortunately, the kiosk was completely blocked for 2 hours by a DFB delegation, which really annoyed me. So much for the question of the new fan proximity.

Very nice day

A lot of information from the beginning of football until today. Very nicely designed and prepared, the lots of interactive information was great fun. A very nice and interesting day

If you like football, as I do, you will love this museum. It was awesome. I had a great time. Thoroughly recommended.