Munster, Germany is a city in Western Germany known for its architecture, particularly the gabled houses and gothic cathedral. It is like walking through a fairytale. A great place to make family memories especially near Christmas when you can visit Christmas markets in the area. #merrychristmas
There are a total of five train lines in the Netherlands to Germany, and four have passed through the cities of North Rhine-Westphalia. From the Enschede, the eastern border city of the Netherlands, you can take the cross-border train to the cities of Mnster, Dortmund and North Rhine-Westphalia.
Mnster's Christmas Market has a total of 300 booths, distributed in five beautiful squares in the old town, with different views and different seasons.
Located in the inner courtyard of the city hall, the lanterns are intertwined with romance and warmth, and are the oldest and largest market in history.
At the foot of the magnificent Lambertikirche is the Lichtermarkt St. Lamberti.
Around the Kippenkers-Denkmal is the Kiepenkerlsmarkt.
Located in front of the Aegidii-Kirche is the Aegidii-Markt.
and in front of the old water church (berwasserkirche) is the Gibelhskesmark.
Mnster itself is a small historical town, one of the most liveable small towns in Germany. Mnster's Christmas market is scattered throughout the old city. You can play in the city and recommend it.