there's no other way than...
there's no other way than going by bike! only this will give you the genuine Münster-feeling!
right outside the trainstation you will find the 'radstation' (big triangle-glass-thing...)a place to hire bikes for fair prices.
Arriving by train
I arrived by train from Cologne...2 hours direct, and there were plenty trains each day. My ticket cost 70DM - it was called a Twenticket and is available to anyone in their twenties.
Nearly everyone cycles, and there are literally thousands of bikes everywhere. The buses aren't bad for getting around, although it would have been impossible for me to use them if I didn't have friends in Munster. You can get a day pass for DM7, or single journeys for DM3.
By train, obviously.Use the...
By train, obviously.
Use the perfect service by www.db.de to check departures and arrivals of trains even at the smallest stations (even for all over Europe..)
Walk, or even better: a bike. Topography is nearly absent, so this is the most convenient way to go around! Just as so many students do!