The best things to do in Munster in Germany have been shared by the head coach of Munster Rugby Club and the director of rugby at the University of Limerick.
If you are looking for fun things to make your trip in Münster energetic and exciting, or if you want to explore some of the most important sights of Münster in Germany, you will find everything you need to know here. For further information on the tourist office, please purchase a copy of "Münster geht aus" and the translated listing of "Münster - geht - aus." If you want to visit the lively area and see the full tourist, then have a look at the Munger Card here. This article with tour tips can also be found in our guide to the best tourist attractions in Ireland and Germany.
If you want to do something in Münster that has nothing to do with the hustle and bustle of the city, then you should consider a visit to the historic city center. If you want to go there, the easiest way to get to Münster is to visit the interesting "German" city. When you decide what to do with your Münster in Germany, you should consider whether you are going to the Aasee or staying at the Prinzipalmarkt.
The nearest international airport is Münster-Osnabrück Airport (FMO Greven), which can be reached from Münster train station in 34 minutes by express bus. Near the city is Münster Airport, which offers flights to and from Dusseldorf, Cologne, Hamburg, Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich, Stuttgart and Cologne-St. Pauli. The nearest national airport in the country, Frankfurt Airport, is also convenient for the lively, but it is about 30 minutes drive from this city. Dumfries and Gelsenkirchen Airport, Frankfurt Airport and Cologne / Bonn Airport are also close enough to offer direct flights from Munich to Düsseldorf and Frankfurt.
For those without a car, Münster can be reached by train from the city centre in 30 minutes by express bus or by bus from Düsseldorf - St. Pauli.
The city also has a dense bus network, which you must use if you are travelling on the outskirts of the city, in the city centre or to the Munster public utilities. If you take the Thalys from Liege - Guillemins to Essen, you can also take the train from Düsseldorf - St. Pauli to the airport, from where it behaves like an airport. From there, you should change trains and decide whether you want to go by train or not, as it is not too far from Belgium. The train leaves every 30 minutes from the city centre station, every 20 minutes at weekends and every 15 minutes at night.
Anyone who has visited places like Düsseldorf or Karlsruhe knows that these small German cities often have pleasant surprises in store for those who visit them. Münster is not exactly known for being one of the most beautiful cities in Germany, or even the world. While Berlin, Cologne and Munich are known for their beautiful inner cities, Münster is often overlooked due to its proximity to the rest of Germany.
It is a lively place where you can visit historic churches, shop and of course walk and shop. Perhaps the most impressive is the Stadtmuseum in the heart of the city, which houses many of Münster's historic buildings. With buildings from the 17th and 19th centuries, the museum is also a good opportunity to literally walk through history and imagine what the "German landscape" looked like at that time. Visitors to Münster speak German. It is the largest museum of its kind in Germany, which highlights the history of Münster over thousands of years and shows special exhibitions.
Münster has a lively and varied nightlife, with the typical Bullenkopp bar in the centre, which is a great place for those who want to run around, dance, drink and party in one of the many bars and restaurants in the city.
Visitors traveling with family members may appreciate that the apartments near the Cathedral and Prinzipalmarkt can comfortably accommodate up to four people. There are a number of restaurants and bars near the city centre, as well as a variety of shops and restaurants in the area.
This small museum, also known as the Munster City Museum, is intended to take you through the long history of the city. Another museum that is very popular in Münster is the all-weather zoo, which is also known for its furs. Although there are many museums to choose from and many opportunities to be outdoors in nature, it is more of a city for those who want to relax a little. Those interested in nature and Munsterland will also find a number of nature parks and nature trails in the surrounding area.
The building was built in the Baroque style between 1767 and 1787 and is owned and used by the University of Münster.