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Bochum is beautiful, if you go there some day you can't miss a soccer game-- these people are so dedicated to their team, it's a great experience. You also have to see the Rhine river and take the lifts up the hills over all the vinyards, if you do I promise you will not be disappointed.
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Rumour is spread around Germany that Bielefeld actually does not exist – but once you have been there, you will know that it does. Bielefeld is a medium-sized city on the northern tip of Northrhine-Westfalia mostly dominated by industry. It is divided into ten suburbs, with Bielefeld-Mitte being the most central one …
Bottrop was first mentioned in the eleventh century and was a small town in the Middle Ages. It was pronounced a town only in the twentieth century and today, it has just over a hundred thousand inhabitants. It is a nice, small German city in North Rhine-Westphalia, which is well connected to the major cities in the …
Bochum is one of the larger German cities and offers good hostel options; while the number of hostels is limited, their capacity is large, so booking your place even a day or two in advance should not be a problem. You have typical hostels in Bochum, as well as the German counterpart for hostel ("Jugendherberge"). You …
Düsseldorf is an attractive destination if you're traveling in Germany; the city is located in the densely populated North Rhine-Westphalia region, but it offers great value for budgeted traveling. Travelers have plenty of options for hostels in Düsseldorf -- most Düsseldorf hostels are in the center of the city and …
In general, Duisburg is more an industrial city and although it has some old buildings, a few days there would be enough for sightseeing. If you like opera or classic music, you can visit the Deutsche Oper am Rhein or go to a Duisburger Philharmoniker concert; both are among the best in Germany. Other interesting …
Cologne is one of the largest and most-developed cities in Germany. It is not surprising that there are many hostels in Cologne, which are located in different parts of the city (most Cologne hostels are mainly in the city center and near the train station). The train station is huge and can take you literally anywhere …
Many people consider Münster the cultural centre of entire Westphalia region of Germany (with more than fifteen million residents, North Rhine-Westphalia is the most populated state in Germany), despite its relatively medium size when compared to the cities of Düsseldorf, Cologne, Dortmund, or Essen. Besides its …
Dortmund offers good value for your money and you will like the city even if you are not a football or music fan. However, staying longer in Dortmund might be boring, so a visit for a few days is probably the best option for any traveler. There are several hostels in Dortmund; almost all of them are centrally located …
Oberhausen is a middle-sized city in the Ruhr Region of Germany, located between Duisburg and Essen. The city is perhaps best known for its industrial landmark Gasometer Oberhausen and supposedly the largest shopping mall in Europe. With the population of slightly more than two hundred thousand and not exactly the …
Bonn has always had a central role in German history, especially in the last hundred years. It was the capital of the Bundesrepublik Deutschland (the former West Germany) for the whole existence of the country and also of united Germany until 1999. Bonn still has many administrative buildings, although they have lost …