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Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund
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Signal Iduna Park--Germany's largest stadium--is home to the Borussia Dortmund soccer team of German Bundesliga league. Take a tour for behind-the-scenes access. Visit the lodge, the mixed zone, and dressing rooms. A walk through the players' tunnel takes you out onto the stadium. You can even sit on the coaches' benches. Check online to see if a game coincides with your visit. If you do manage to catch a match, leave your backpack at home. Even empty backpacks are not allowed in the stadium. Put Signal Iduna Park on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Dortmund trip itinerary builder.
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  • What a great stadium and a must visit if in town (and sort of into the football thing). I would also recommend to go and see a match just for the atmosphere there. It is really exciting! 
  • Who has been at the Westfalen Stadium, will determine that it is a very unusual Stadium. Certainly there are stadiums that are visually beautiful and "styled", but it does not in my view. That would not fit even to people from the Ruhr area. It is the atmosphere and cohesion. Of course, we really celebrated WINS. However, the cohesion, ensures the just after defeats in for proper Gäsehautstimmung. It is not whistled, but taught by defeats strength also in the case. Every football fan should have visited once this stadium!
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  • Always very emotional! Thank you for a good game and great atmosphere. Please only the card payment system changes
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  • Crazy awesome stadium... my third time as an away spectator and still so impressed by how awesome (and friendly) the dortmund supporters are. Best atmosphere in the world
  • Hier gibt es nicht viel zu sagen. Hier kann man nur zitieren. Tony Evans für "the times", veröffentlicht am 09. August 2009: The top ten football Stadiums 1: Signal Iduna Park Borussia Dortmund’s ground is a classic. Two huge end terraces (and they are terraces, with the use of safe standing) that fling noise down at the playing area with deafening intensity. This place was built for football and for fans to express themselves. Every European Cup final should be held here. The best atmosphere on the Continent on a game-to-game basis.
  • The Best (and biggest) venue to watch Bundesliga football in Germany, highly recommended!
  • It a good place to walk in Dortmund. However apart from the fact that it's Dortmund's arena surrounding, nothing special to be found.
  • Most loyal fans one would meet in his lifetime.. :) and great atmosphere #EchteLiebe