Trains to Dortmund

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Paris Gare du Nord
13:14Dortmund Hbf
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How to Get to Dortmund by Train

Dortmund Hauptbahnhof (main station) is an important rail link for both national and international journeys. Direct trains run to this station regularly throughout the day from a number of major German cities. Those travelling from the UK can take the Eurostar from London St Pancras to Brussels and then an ICE train via Cologne to Dortmund. Dortmund is also well connected with various other destinations throughout Austria, France, and Italy, making it a real transport hub for travellers in Europe.

About Dortmund

Dortmund has plenty to offer visitors in the way of both cultural attractions and natural beauty. It is an incredibly green city, with several public parks that are great for picnicking and strolling. One of the largest is the Westfalenpark, which is home to some rare and beautiful trees and plants and is a popular hang-out in the summer months. The city is also home to some rather unique museums, such as the Westfalian Museum of Industry. With a focus on coal mining, this is a great place to come and sample some of the most important aspects of the region's history. For music fans, the Dortmund Concert Hall is not to be missed. This tall, contemporary building brings both local and international talent to its stage.

## How to Get to Dortmund by TrainDortmund Hauptbahnhof (main station) is an important rail link for both national and international journeys. Direct trains run to this station regularly throughout the day from a number of major German cities. Those travelling from the UK can take the Eurostar from London St Pancras to Brussels and then an ICE train via Cologne to Dortmund. Dortmund is also well connected with various other destinations throughout Austria, France, and Italy, making it a real transport hub for travellers in Europe.## DortmundDortmund has plenty to offer visitors in the way of both cultural attractions and natural beauty. It is an incredibly green city, with several public parks that are great for picnicking and strolling. One of the largest is the Westfalenpark, which is home to some rare and beautiful trees and plants and is a popular hang-out in the summer months. The city is also home to some rather unique museums, such as the Westfalian Museum of Industry. With a focus on coal mining, this is a great place to come and sample some of the most important aspects of the region's history. For music fans, the Dortmund Concert Hall is not to be missed. This tall, contemporary building brings both local and international talent to its stage.

Train providers: Deutsche Bahn, TGV and Thalys trains to Dortmund

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ÖBB Nightjet is an Austrian train company that offers overnight services across Europe. It has a range of train types, including the EuroNight, CityNightLine and Nightjet, which all offer comfortable sleeping compartments and couchettes. The EuroNight is the most luxurious option, with private compartments and a restaurant car. The CityNightLine is a more affordable option, with compartments and couchettes, while the Nightjet is the most basic option, with couchettes and reclining seats. Ticket types include Economy, Comfort and Business, with the latter offering the most luxurious experience. Onboard facilities include Wi-Fi, power sockets, a restaurant car and a bar. The most popular routes for ÖBB Nightjet are from Vienna to Munich, Berlin, Zurich, Amsterdam, Prague and Budapest.

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