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Welcome to Münster!

In Münster, I had the unusual opportunity to encounter and participate in a remarkable piece of history.

Henry A. Kissinger, former US Secretary of State


City of science, city of sculptures, city of the Peace of Westphalia, city of bicycles, Hanseatic city - Münster is a living metropolis with many faces. But you’d best make up your own mind, and we wish you a good time doing so!


Christmas Market in Münster

Christmas Market in Münster

Christmas Markets in Münster

24 November to 23 December
Five different Christmas markets in all with around 300 stalls invite visitors to stroll around, gaze in wonder and enjoy what's on offer. Looking forward to a wonderful Advent, see you in Münster soon!



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25.10.2014 - 02.11.2014

Send

Autumn fun fair
The Send - Münster's biggest carnival and the oldest annual fair in the Münsterland - attracts over a million visitors every year. Around 250 fairground operators from all over Germany come three times a year to present the latest sensations on the Schlossplatz.
www.send.muenster.de

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02.11.2014

Sunday opening

Shops within the belt of the "Promenade" as well as within the area around the station are open beetwen 1 and 6 pm and invite you for shopping on Sunday!
www.muenster.de/stadt/tourismus/verkaufsoffene-sonntage.html

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24.11.2014 - 23.12.2014

Christmas markets

Münster's Christmas markets are unique: over 300 stands and festive illumination await the visitors in the wonderful atmosphere of the historical old town. The Christmas market stands are lined up along the market streets like pearls in a chain. They are just a few minutes walk from one another other.
www.muenster.de/stadt/weihnachtsmarkt/

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