Nevertheless, there are many other hotels varying in price and comfort. A good website to get an overview of vacant spaces and prices is https://www.muenster.de/stadt/tourismus/en/hotels.html.
Another nice way to get to know the city and its people is couch surfing. Check out your options on the official website www.couchsurfing.com.
You also have the option of booking a room at the Jugendgästehaus Aasee (from 32,50€ per night) or the Nordstern Hostel (fully booked) with us. Just tick the box regarding this in your application form. Please note that there is only limited space, requests will be handled on a first-come, first-served basis.
There is an occupation tax on all accommodation in youth hostels, hotels etc. If you contact us we can provide you with a document that frees you from this tax for your time at the conference.
Have you ever searched for the perfect symbiosis of a big capital city and a cute romantic village? Then you will find Münster is the answer to that request.
With its almost 300 000 inhabitants in the west of Germany, Münster belongs to the most beautiful cities in the country: Not only was the Prinzipalmarkt (the historical centre) voted the fourth beautiful place of the country, but in 2004 Münster also won the UNEP Live-Com-Award for the most liveable city worldwide. Criteria for the selection are the high quality of life, environmental aware living, structuring of the historical heritage and integrated future planning.
In history books, Münster is best known for being the site of negotiating and signing the Peace of Westphalia ending the Thirty Years’ War in 1648. This event is seen as the beginning of the modern international system of sovereign states. For visitors, another aspect might be even more remarkable: Münster is said to be the bicycle capital of Germany, with two to three bikes per capita. Due to the flat landscape and efficient structure, you can pass old buildings, beautiful parks or vibrant shopping streets within minutes. The ‘bicycle freeway’ called Promenade is reserved for bicycle traffic and pedestrians and thus the best way to get around town fast.
The town has a very active night life with over 1,000 bars and clubs and the city of the Westphalian Peace also has – of course – a very rich cultural life: There are several museums, theatres and cinemas. Instead of big industry, the city relies on administration and services and thus keeps its worthwhile charm. Enjoy the spirit of this unique town and let these various highlights enchant you during your stay!
Coming by plane: Even though Münster has its own small airport (Airport Münster/Osnabrück), we suggest you fly to the airports Düsseldorf or Cologne/Bonn.
Connections from Düsseldorf Airport to Münster:
Connections from Cologne/Bonn Airport to Münster:
To travel more comfortably and faster you can book an IC or ICE -tickets. Please keep in mind that this saves you only 20 minutes time and is more expensive.
Coming by train: You can book tickets online or at the service desk at the train station. To book online and for further information click here.
There are several options of transportation to get around in Münster:
• Public Transport