Many say that Münster is famous for the Sankt Paulus Dom zu Münster. The cathedral was built in the thirteenth century and is one of the city’s most important landmarks. It is also where the peace treaty was negotiated in 1648 to end Europe’s Thirty Years’ War.
Others buildings of interest include Münster’s fabulous City Palace, Nordkirchen Palace and Hülshoff Castle; just some of the stunning early examples of palaces and castles in and around the city.
Once named “The World’s Most Liveable City”, Münster truly is a delightful place to visit. It has a young flair due to 50,000 students, and international atmosphere thanks to its mix of foreign residents and then there are the bikes.
Above all, Münster is the capital of cycling in Germany. A well thought and consequently instigated concept for cyclists is highly impressive.