Once you arrive at Dortmund airport, an Airport Shuttle bus will be your best choice to travel comfortably and enjoy your trip to Dortmund. Our bus company will be pleased to show your group the city of North Rhine-Westphalia and the 8th major city in the German Federation. Travelling around the city and surroundings is a convenient and safe way to travel. Board your tour bus and make a trip to the amazing open spaces and parks of which half the city is made up from. You can enjoy lush woods and green parks, as well as numerous waterways.
Dortmund is also well known for its popular football team the Borussia Dortmund. Coach Charter Germany’s Bus Rental is your trustworthy charter bus partner for a great vacation in Dortmund.
Would you like to travel with a large group? Bus rental service is your solution. Coach Charter Germany’s bus charter is the best way to travel to Dortmund. Our Tour Bus service will help you explore Dortmund and enjoy your holidays, not having to worry about your transportation. Please contact our Coach Charter Germany’s Bus Company team and let us know what your plans are. We will then take care of all transportation arrangements for your trip to Dortmund.
Do you need suggestions where to spend time in Dortmund? Here you will find our bus company’s top ten sights to call on in Dortmund.
1. The Alter Markt and the Alte Stadthaus
The main attraction of Dortmund's Old Town is the Alter Markt (the Old Market). The history of this large pedestrian area dates back to the 12th century, when local merchants and traders exhibited their goods here for trade and shoppers.
2. Museum of German Football
This museum, which opened in 2015, is about the German national football and the "Mannschaft," the German national team. You can read and relive legendary matches like the Bern
World Cup Final in 1954 with stars like Franz Beckenbauer. Booking our bus company will be the best way to learn more about the World Cup and European Championship trophies with interactive exhibits and educational quizzes.
3. The Westfalenpark
The well-known Westfalenpark on Dortmund’s south side is a 70-hectare green space with a multitude of little attractions to keep you busy for the whole afternoon. Board your tour bus with your family and visit this park especially in summer to fully enjoy its beauty.
Easy to reach by charter bus, the TV tower is on the north side of the Westfalenpark. The Florianturm is the 14th highest building in Germany
at just under 220 meters, and was the highest television tower for a short time after it was completed in 1959. Our chartered bus team recommends a visit to the rotating restaurant below the lower deck if you like to have a meal and enjoy a wonderful 360 degree of views.
5. Transportation Museum
If you love vintage machines, do not miss the chance to explore the excellent collection of old trams in the Dortmund Local Transport Museum. The oldest trams featured in this museum display some fascinating centuries-old Dortmund transit network dating back to the early 1900s.
6. Botanical Garden Rombergpark
The 65-hectare botanical gardens in Dortmund are among the largest in the world. Four greenhouses are suitable for tropical plants, succulents, ferns and a combination of camellia, lemon and jasmine.
The herb garden is different, planted with over 400 species of plants that produce intoxicating scents in spring and summer.
7. Market place
Dortmund's marketplace may have a fesh look today, but it's still considered the heart and center of the city, as it was for around 900 years. Enjoy food and drinks in the outdoor bars and cafés at this market place.
It is a tradition when Borussia Dortmund football has anything to celebrate, they do as always at the Alter Markt.
8. Church of St Reinoldi
The church of St. Reinoldi dates back to the late 13th century, and is named after the Saint Patron of the town. As the legend goes, the cart with his coffin rolled to Dortmund after Reinold was martyred in Cologne
and stopped at this church site. There is a statue of him at the entrance of the cathedral facing King Charlemagne. The late Gothic high altar of the church is artistically outstanding, and last, but not least, the bell towers offer a wonderful view of the city.
9. Dortmund Zoo
Zoos are always a good option if you are planning for a family trip, and Dortmund Zoo is a great place to spend a day with the kids. This zoo is home to an exceptionally large number of South American animals.
Hire a coach with a driver from our Coach Charter Germany’s bus company and it'll take about 20 minutes to get to the zoo from the city’s centre.
10. Water Palace House Rodenberg
The water castle is located to the eastern outskirts of the city on the way to the airport.
House Rodenberg was first mentioned and documented in the 13th century. Our charter bus team also recommends that you get a table at the restaurant on the terrace if you're looking for a lovely meal in a picturesque location.
Where best to stay in Dortmund? Coach Charter Germany’s bus charter recommends a central location close to Dortmund Central Station.
Our airport shuttle and charter bus drivers will make sure all your transportation needs are met. We can offer you a variety of modern vehicles to choose from. Our coach company, Coach Charter Germany, is there for you 24 hours a day. So, if you have any questions about a charter bus rental, please contact our tour bus booking department. We’re always happy to help you out.