Located between Dortmund and Osnabruck, Munster is one of Germany's largest university cities. Both Munster and Osnabruck offer many idyllic spots to relax, as well as architecture to marvel at.
Munster has a rich historical and cultural heritage but also likes to show off its fresh young side. Students as well as tourists enjoy the large selection of cafés, restaurants and bars, which offer something to suit every taste. During the day you can enjoy the many historic buildings and churches that are characteristic for the city. The restored Old Town has a distinctive architecture, with contemporary buildings and innovative, modern architecture meeting here.
Impressive churches and castles, as well as oases of charming and unspoilt nature, can be found in both Munster and Osnabruck. Furthermore, Osnabruck is located in the middle of a nature reserve and offers appealing running tracks for sport lovers. The triangular market square, the palace with its adjoining church, “Katharinenkirche”, as well as buildings in the rococo style, are just some of the sights that characterise Osnabruck's charm.