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Visiting Amsterdam? Try something unconventional and be pleasantly surprised with the charming city of Dortmund. An intercity trip to Dortmund dazzles each and every visitor in just a day. Third largest city of Germany, Dortmund is famous for soccer. Situated in the Rhine-Ruhr Metropolitan Region, the city was chosen as the site of the German Football Museum, which opened in 2015. From several treasure-filled churches to high-calibre art museums, Dortmund is said to be the largest city in the Ruhrgebiet. Admire the beautiful sights and attractions present on the route from Amsterdam to Dortmund and for an unparalleled comfortable experience, choose a private cab. Rydeu comes on top as the best provider of Amsterdam to Dortmund car hire services with 24*7 customer service available.
There are a plethora of options available for long distance transfers from Amsterdam to Dortmund from luxurious to budget-friendly private taxis all reeking of comfort and convenience. Book an intercity taxi from Amsterdam to Dortmund and leave the logistics to us and trust Rydeu for a memorable and a stress-free journey from Amsterdam to Dortmund.
Distance between Amsterdam and Dortmund– 150 miles
Journey time – 2 hr 40 min
From the breath-taking architecture, to the booming nightlife, Amsterdam provides something mesmerizing for everybody. Originated as a little fishing village, the first settlers of Amsterdam built dikes on each side of the river to stop flooding and afterward, built dams over the dikes. With canals crisscrossed over the town, a backdrop of progressive culture and quaint cafes, Amsterdam woos and dazzles everyone who comes here. One among the foremost popular tourist attractions, the museum Anne Frank Huis draws 1.25 million visitors per annum. The somber atmosphere, with the remembrance of the atrocities faced by Jews quite half a century back, reigns fresh within the minds of the visitors. From the van Gogh Museum, Rijksmuseum, Brown Cafes to charged pubs, you discover Amsterdam with a sense of awe. Every district has its own life, its own mechanism and culture and one trip aren't enough.
Third largest city of Germany, Dortmund is famous for soccer. Situated on the Rhine-Ruhr Metropolitan Region, the city was chosen as the site of the German Football Museum, which opened in 2015. From several treasure-filled churches to high-calibre art museums, Dortmund is said to be the largest city in the Ruhrgebiet. A significant centre of the high-tech industry, try to coordinate your visit here during Christmas when one of Germany's biggest Christmas markets takes over the centre of town. Home to an exciting cultural centre which boasts of the Ostwall art museum, which is jammed with Expressionist art and the magnificent cathedral-like stadium, the Signal Iduna Park, which is full of football fans during championships, Dortmund is definitely worth visiting. For die hard football fanatics, the Deutsches Fussball Museum is a haven.