Dortmund is a city in western Germany, featured in German Truck Simulator and Euro Truck Simulator 2. It is one of the four Rhine-Ruhr region cities featured in the games[1], but is different from the other three as it's to the east of the area's main Bundesautobahn, the A45.

Landmarks Edit

Several landmark buildings in Dortmund are rendered in-game, including the Florianturm, the Harenberg City-Center, the IWO-Hochhaus, the RWE Tower, the Sparkassen-Hochhaus, the U-Tower, the St. Peter's Church and the St. Reinold's Church.

Features Edit

In Euro Truck Simulator 2, there are two companies having depots in Dortmund: Kaarfor, Transinet. A TREE-ET mill is to the north of the city, while further east there's a Stein Bruch quarry.

Most facilities in-game are present in Dortmund, including a bus station, a garage, a hotel, a recruitment agency, a service shop, and a small MAN truck dealer. There's also a gas station on the minor road to the north of the city.

Connections Edit

  • The A45 serves as the main connection of Dortmund, as well as the other three cities in the area. In fact, the Bundesautobahn goes through a succession of junctions in the area.
  • The A2 branches off the A45 just to the north of Dortmund, and runs east towards Hannover, Magdeburg and Berlin.
  • A minor road runs east of Dortmund towards Kassel.

Gallery Edit

Notes Edit

  1. The other three cities are Duisburg, Düsseldorf and Köln

Trivia Edit

See Also Edit

Cities Berlin - Bremen - Dortmund - Dresden - Duisburg - Düsseldorf - Erfurt - Frankfurt am Main - Hamburg - Hannover - Kassel - Kiel - Köln - Leipzig - Magdeburg - Mannheim - München - Nürnberg - Osnabrück - Rostock - Stuttgart
Autobahnen A1 - A2 - A3 - A4 - A5 - A6 - A7 - A8 - A9 - A10 - A11 - A12 - A13 - A17 - A19 - A20 - A24 - A28 - A30 - A31 - A44 - A45 - A61 - A81 - A93 - A96 - A99 - A210 - A215