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The ten best activities in Muenster

Top 10-List: The Most Exciting Activities In Muenster

Enjoy life at the Lake Aasee, delve in history as you stroll down Prinzipalmarkt, the Main Market, party in the so called Cow Quarter (Kuhviertel) or at the harbour – these are but a few of the unforgettable highlights that make Muenster so attractive for many visitors. Check out my following choice of favourite activities and useful hints. Or even better: just join one of my guided tours and experience the unique flair of the metropolis of Westphalia.

New! Muenster - Your Adventure - Now in Chinese!

I did my first tour in Chinese! I have been learning the versatile language of the Middle Kingdom for five years now. Tina Tegethoff, Category Lead Buyer at EMSA GmbH in Emsdetten and at the same time a long-time comrade from the Chinese course, hosted a delegation of Chinese colleagues from various business areas of Groupe SEB. The EMSA brand is known internationally: https://www.emsa.com/    

Die Höhepunkte im Münsterland

Ten amazing destinations in the Muensterland area

World-famous moated castles, magnificent nature in the Baumberge mountains, pure history in Nottuln, and pulsating city life in Warendorf - time and again the Münsterland presents itself to its visitors from a new side. Take a look at the following suggestions and be inspired. The region around Münster will welcome you with open arms and offer you spectacular experiences. I will gladly tell you more!

From Christo to Kiefer: Remarkable exhibition on modern art in the Picasso-Muesum

From Christo to Kiefer: Remarkable Show in Muenster

Until October, Muenster has a special event in store for all friends of modern art. „From Christo to Kiefer“ , the current exhibition at the Picasso-Museum is named, comprising around 100 exhibits of 42 well-known artists and lighting a real fireworks of impressions of the most important currents of contemporary art. The pieces on show originate from the collection of world-renowned French gallery owner Yvon Lambert.