Just like in neighbouring Holland, this western German city is full of bicycles. The name comes from the Latin “monasterium” because in addition to lots of bikes, it also has lots of monasteries.
The flatness of the city and its 460 kilometres of bike lanes make the bike the best way to get around the city. A vehicle-free ring surrounds the historic centre! Prinzipalmarkt Street is the commercial heart of the city and leads to the St. Paulus Cathedral with its astronomical clock, a masterpiece of its age. One of the things you have to see in Munster is the Cathedral Square and the neighbouring flower and fresh-produce market, where you can try delicious street food and the famous pea soup, one of the most popular dishes in Munster. The City Hall building is one of the best examples of European Gothic architecture. Lake Aasee Park was voted one of the most beautiful parks in Germany.
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