Is Bochum a city in Germany?

Is Bochum a city in Germany?

Bochum, city, North Rhine–Westphalia Land (state), northwestern Germany. It lies in the heart of the industrial Ruhr district, between the cities of Essen (west) and Dortmund (east).

Is there an airport in Bochum?

The nearest airport to Bochum is Dortmund (DTM) Airport which is 27.8 km away. Other nearby airports include Dusseldorf (DUS) (38.6 km), Cologne Bonn (CGN) (67.4 km), Weeze (NRN) (74.9 km) and Eindhoven (EIN) (126.4 km). The train from Dusseldorf (DUS) to Bochum takes 42 min.

How do I get to Bochum?

The nearest international airport is Düsseldorf, about 50 km from Bochum. From Düsseldorf airport, you can get to Bochum by train S1 towards Dortmund or with some Regional Trains. Regional airports nearby are Dortmund, Münster or Weeze.

What is the city of Bochum known for?

Bochum is the sixth largest and one of the southernmost cities in the Low German dialect area. There are nine institutions of higher education in the city, most notably the Ruhr University Bochum ( Ruhr-Universität Bochum ), one of the ten largest universities in Germany, and the Bochum University of Applied Sciences ( Hochschule Bochum ).

Is Opel Wien a subsidiary of Adam Opel AG?

^ a b c Note: The powertrain plant Opel Wien GmbH in Aspern / Vienna (Austria) is not a subsidiary of Adam Opel AG but a first-tier subsidiary of General Motors Europe Limited (GME) (99.5%) and of GM AUTOMOTIVE UK (GMAUK) (0.5%), see “Opel Wien GmbH, FN 110500a”. FirmenABC Marketing GmbH. Retrieved 3 April 2017.

What are the main roads in Bochum?

Bochum is connected to the Autobahn network by the A 40, A 43 and A 44 autobahns. In addition, Bochum has a ring road, built to expressway standards, consisting of four segments; the Donezk, Oviedo, Nordhausen and Sheffield-Ring roads. It serves as a three-quarter loop around central Bochum and begins and ends at Autobahn A40.

What happened to VfL Bochum?

The football club VfL Bochum played in the first Division from 1971 to 1992, and from 1992 to 2010 was alternating almost every year between first and second Division, but mostly first. From 2010 to 2021 it played in the second Division ( 2. Bundesliga) before being promoted back to the first Division for the 2021-2022 season.

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