Ramada-Treff Hotel Muenster City Center

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Stubengasse 33, Muenster, North Rhine-Westphalia, 48143, Germany
Treff Hotel Muenster City Center
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Forum Posts

Australians in Münster

by apollopat

Just wondering if there are any fellow Aussies living in Münster.

Re: Australians in Münster

by Weissdorn

Feeling homesick?

I did find a shop for Australian wares in Münster:

http://www.australien-lifestyle.de/

Maybe they could find you a few mates ;-)

Then there's someone named "Catherine" here:
http://www.thebottomhalf.com/forums/msgDetail.asp?msg_id=3865&for_id=9

And another guy called Sean:
http://www.infobahnaustralia.com.au/forum/forum.asp?cat=Bekanntschaften

Aussie Site:
http://www.coolabah.com/oz/hollandsite/aussieproducts.html

Re: Re: Australians in Münster

by apollopat

thanks, its not that I dont know anyone here, just miss the accent.

RE: RE: Australians in Münster

by claireyo

hello there,
im from perth just wanted to say hi and ur not alone. take care, Claire : )

Travel Tips for Münster

MUENSTER

by Carnation

My birthplace
I was born here and today Muenster is a lively and cosmopolitan city, but it has also managed to preserve the charming character of its medieval city centre, more so, perhaps, than any other German city. New buildings have been cleverly intergrated with the old architecture, so that none of the old houses and churches have become visually isolated. Fittingly, Muenster is still the home of an old university with a typical student pub scene. Places worth visiting would be the Prinzipalmarkt with old arcades and gabled houses, the Town Hall and Friedenssaal ('Peace Hall', 1648). Also, why not check out the church of St. Lamberti with cages used to imprison the Anabaptists in 1536. St Paulus cathedral with an astronomical clock is another interesting place, as is the Schloss (castle) with Schloss Gardens and Botanical Gardens. Baroque buildings like the Erbdrostenhof, the church of St. Clemens and Dominican church are other places of interest. There is also the All-weather Zoo with over 2,500 animals and delphinarium, definitely well worth the visit! And don't forget to visit the Natural History Museum and planetarium also the Muehlenhof Open-air Museum.

Art and Culture

Christmas Market

by milugares

Like many other places in Germany, Muenster has also a "Weihnachtsmarkt".

Little wooden houses with candles, crafts, and of course, food and "Gluhwein" (hot wine with cinammon and other spice) are spread among the different streets in the heart of the town, around Town Hall, Lamberti church, Spiekerhof or Aegidiimarkt.

Specially on saturdays, it is full with visitors, many of them from the nearby Netherlands.

Dates 2.004:
22.11.04 - 23.12.04
10 a.m. - 8 p.m. (sundays from 11 a.m.)

Pig in the Shower

by Kathrin_E

Pigs are very clean animals. This one is taking a shower in the front garden of a flower shop next to Zentralfriedhof. The shower is really on at intervals; of course it had just stopped when I had the camera ready.

Zwinger, a dark history

by donpaul77

The Zwinger is a 16th century tower that was once part of the wall that surrounded the city of Munster. The wall is now a pedestrian greenway that encompasses most of the city, but the tower has been some what restored and houses a 'permanent' sculpture installation that evokes the oppressive history of the place. The tower was built as part of the city's fortifications but was used as a prison from the 18th and 19th century. Later it was used by the gestapo for executions. It was a horrible place where torture was common and an air of dread still lingers.

If I recall correctly, admission is free.

Kurien - Houses of the Canons

by Kathrin_E

The members of the cathedral’s chapter each had a house in the vicinity of the cathedral. Houses which are better described as ‘manors’.
Two baroque “curiae” still exist in Domplatz – three, in fact, because one of the buildings, Ketteler'sche Dopelkurie, combines two under one roof with a representative staircase in the middle.
The other one hosts the Generalvikariat, the central administration of the diocese.

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Address: Stubengasse 33, Muenster, North Rhine-Westphalia, 48143, Germany