Gelsenkirchen (German pronunciation: [ˌɡɛlzn̩ˈkɪʁçn̩] ( listen)) is a city in the North Rhine-Westphalia state of Germany. It is located in the northern part of the Ruhr area. Its population in 2015 was c. 260,000.
Restaurants in Gelsenkirchen
4.5 based on 424 reviews
Really enjoyed this stadium, stunning to look at. Great inside excellent view where ever we were and great beer and sausage to add to the experience. Transport from the station was easy, tram went direct. Busy as you would expect trying to get home. The cost of the tram and train was included in the match ticket which is amazing value as we came from Dusseldorf.
For an average game the atmosphere was great. Would be amazing to see a top side and a good game.
4.5 based on 488 reviews
Very Nice place to spend a day with the kids. Zoo devided in three continents. Alaska, Africa and Asia. Large open spaces with lots of animals. Good varity of animals. Enough playing area's for the children and good restaurants for a quick bite. German hospitality and good paths to walk on.
4.5 based on 310 reviews
We went to play the escape room and bubble ball. It was great fun, a nice atmosphere and friendly staff. There is a nice sports bar to hang out after as well. I can only recommend it!
4 based on 51 reviews
Nice park in Gelsenkirchen, located among some old abandoned coalmines. Especially in the summertime a good place to walk, bike, play or just lay around. Lots of things to do for children. And many small places to eat and drink. Check out the cultural agenda of Gelsenkirchen for festivals, Exhibitions and Concerts in Nordsternpark.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
Этот замок сегодня является объектом паломничества туристов. Добротная, солидная архитектура, дорогое внутреннее убранство, ухоженная территория, на которой приятно погулять, расслабляющая атмосфера,- все это делает его посещение очень приятным
4.5 based on 21 reviews
Here for dinner with 15 work colleagues prior to management conference. Staff were very friendly and helpful and laughed and joked with us all but kept the service efficient and professional. Food was excellent and great wine list. The variety of chocolate dessert was amazing. Would definitely recommend to anyone.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
In my opinion this is one of the best mine heaps in region. The location is ideal, very near the town centre of Wattenscheid (though the heap itself is in Gelsenkirchen, it is in the district of Leithe which is split between Gelsenkirchen, Wattenscheid and Essen), rather than being more isolated like many of them, so you have a better impression of the region as a whole as it is more in the middle and on clear days you can see for many miles. As well, on the side facing Gelsenkirchen, there is also the Sculpture Park, which is worth a visit. On the Wattenscheid there is the shafthead frame of shaft 3 of Zeche Holland, from which along with shaft 4 produced this mine heap.
4 based on 12 reviews
From a tourist point of view nothing special here. Church was bombed in WW2, partially destroyed. Pretty basic and modern interior. No historical artifacts or spectacular architecture. The area directly around the church has been renovated some years ago. Some nice shops, a supermarket and some fine restaurants are here to be found.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
В состав экспозиции музея входят в основном произведения современного искусства. К своему стыду, практически никого из авторов я раньше не знал.
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