Walking route in Essen

Visit Essen's top attractions in this 3.0 hours itinerary. Colosseum Theater, Museum Folkwang, Haus der Technik and all other sights were never that easy to visit in this well planned 3.0 hours Essen itinerary.

Route type Route distance Route time
Walking 12.2 km 3.0 hours

Key attractions

Route itinerary

  1. Walk 440 m 6 minutes
  2. Walk 600 m 9 minutes
  3. Walk 720 m 10 minutes
  4. Walk 140 m 2 minutes
  5. Walk 1.1 km 16 minutes
  6. Walk 190 m 2 minutes

    Colosseum Theater Building

    Colosseum Theater is a theatre in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.

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  7. Walk 910 m 13 minutes
  8. Walk 320 m 4 minutes
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  11. Walk 360 m 5 minutes

    Domschatzkammer Museum

    The Essen Cathedral Treasury (German: Essener Domschatz) is one of the most significant collections of religious artworks in Germany. A great number of items of treasure are accessible to the public in the treasury chamber of Essen Minster. The cathedral chapter manages the treasury chamber, not as a museum as in some places, but as the place in which liturgical implements and objects are kept, which continued to be used to this day in the service of God, so far as their conservation requirements allow.

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  12. Walk 230 m 3 minutes
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  14. Walk 480 m 7 minutes
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  18. Walk 1.4 km 21 minutes

    Ohne Titel Artwork

    Ulrich Rückriem (30 September 1938) is a German sculptor notable for his monumental stone sculptures. He lives and works in Cologne and London. His abstract works of art are often assigned to the style of minimalism and process art.

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  19. Walk 690 m 10 minutes
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    Das 37. von 90 Loki-Schmidt-Beeten Attraction

    Hannelore "Loki" Schmidt (née Glaser; 3 March 1919 – 21 October 2010) was a German environmentalist. She was the wife of Helmut Schmidt, who was the Chancellor of Germany from 1974 to 1982.

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  22. Walk 630 m 9 minutes
  23. Walk 1.5 km 22 minutes
  24. Walk 280 m 4 minutes

    Museum Folkwang Museum

    Museum Folkwang is a major collection of 19th- and 20th-century art in Essen, Germany. The museum was established in 1922 by merging the Essener Kunstmuseum, which was founded in 1906, and the private Folkwang Museum of the collector and patron Karl Ernst Osthaus in Hagen, founded in 1902. The term Folkwang derives from the name of the afterlife meadow of the dead, Fólkvangr, presided over by the Norse goddess Freyja. Museum Folkwang incorporates the Deutsche Plakat Museum (German poster museum), comprising circa 340,000 posters from politics, economy and culture.

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