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The Ruhr metropolis

Your next city trip brings you to the Ruhr area? Here, you will find an overview of the 53 cities belonging to the Ruhr metropolis and a first orientation to plan your trip.

Alpen, Bergkamen, Bochum, Bönen, Bottrop, Breckerfeld, Castrop-Rauxel, Datteln, Dinslaken, Dorsten, Dortmund, Duisburg, Ennepetal, Essen, Fröndenberg, Gelsenkirchen, Gevelsberg, Gladbeck, Hagen, Haltern am See, Hamm, Hamminkeln, Hattingen, Herdecke, Herne, Herten, Holzwickede, Hünxe, Kamen, Kamp-Lintfort, Lünen, Marl, Moers, Mülheim an der Ruhr, Neukirchen-Vluyn, Oberhausen, Oer-Erkenschwick, Recklinghausen, Rheinberg, Schermbeck, Schwelm, Schwerte, Selm, Sonsbeck, Sprockhövel, Unna, Voerde, Waltrop, Werne, Wesel, Wetter, Witten, Xanten.
The Ruhr region if flagged by highways and railway tracks, rivers and canals. One city has grown together with the neighbouring town and the only way to realise you are in another place is looking at the city codes on the numberplates of the cars. You need orientation in a region that stretches 116 kilometers from east to west and 67 kilometers north to south. Especially if you only have a weekend to explore a whole metropolis.  

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