An explanation of this page...
Favorite thing: For a tourist, there is probably quite a lot to see in Munster. For a start, there is the Schloss (castle..now part of the university) the cathedral and other churches in the old town, Prinzipalmarkt, and the Aasee (a huge recreational lake close to the centre of town.
I don't think I could have been labelled a tourist, though, because a tourist has to visit the main sights of a place and learn about the history and culture...I only learnt more about Yemeni culture, and limited my sightseeing to a very brief look at the old town and a pedalo trip on the lake. Sorry to disappoint you, but you won't find historical facts and detailed descriptions on this page.
Where to go at Münster
Favorite thing: Here you can find local tourist information.
Münster is German's bicycle capital. The city is best explored on a bicycle.
- Hiking and Walking
Die Taten des Herkules statue
Favorite thing: The "Die Taten des Herkules" statue is made in 1973 by Bernhard Kleinhans.
It's a bit hidden in the park area between the Landesbausparkasse building and the AA river at the West side of the inner city wall (South of the castle).
- Arts and Culture
- National/State Park
Walking around Munster is a...
Favorite thing: Walking around Munster is a definant must, scattered around is some of the finest architecture in Germany.
Theyre so old looking,i love this kind of town.
Fondest memory: Beautiful homes,palaces and greenery.
Munster is just as, if not...
Favorite thing: Munster is just as, if not more charming of a town at evening as it is at daytime, its brightly lit, and is a great township, i liked it alot.
Walk up and down...
Favorite thing: Walk up and down Prinzipalmarkt, Munsters main street, and watch the Hanzeatic fronts of the houses dotting the street on either side. Walk through the galleries of this 'Gute Stube'