Capital of the Occitanie region, Toulouse is ideally situated just 1h30 from the Mediterranean, 1h from the ski slopes of the Pyrenees and 2h from the Atlantic Ocean. In the heart of the South-West, Toulouse is easily accessible.
Münster/Osnabrück International Airport (FMO) is conveniently located just off the A1 motorway (Hamburg - Cologne). A few kilometers away is the junction with the A30 motorway (Amsterdam-Berlin).
The FMO is thus the central airport for western Lower Saxony, Westphalia, and also for the eastern Netherlands. There is a multitude of direct domestic and European connections at the international airport Münster-Osnabrück (FMO). You can fly to Münster from all over the world via Frankfurt or Munich Airport. From here, you can reach the city centre of Münster by bus or taxi in approx. 30 minutes.
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Münster’s main station is situated right in the city centre. Münster is linked with Germany's and Europe's metropolises via its IC, EC, and ICE connections.
The train ride from Hamburg or Cologne to Münster takes two hours; from Berlin, it's approx. 3.5 hours, while Enschede (NL) is a solid hour away. And many European capitals, such as Amsterdam, Brussels, Paris, Copenhagen, and Warsaw, can be reached conveniently with just a single change.
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You can reach Münster directly via the A1 and A43 speedways. The trip from Frankfurt a. M., Hamburg or Amsterdam will take you approximately . 3 hours, the trip from Berlin to Münster takes approximately 5 hours.
For more information, see: https://www.stadt-muenster.de/en/tourismus/service-and-information/how-to-reach-Muenster.html
Approximately 20 city bus routes connect different districts with the inner city. One can anticipate a bus stopping approximately every ten minutes at numerous bus stops. There is a dense network of bus lines, particularly in the city center, ensuring swift and frequent transportation throughout.
You can download the app “DB Navigator” (available in English and German) to get up-to-date information about the bus lines and how to get from A to B.
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The bicycle is the most commonly used means of transport in Münster. Therefore, Münster has been awarded the title of "most bicycle-friendly city in Germany" several times already. The city is furnished with such a well-developed network of bicycle paths and so many bike-related offers.Münster boasts four bicycle stations, including Germany's largest at the main station, with 3,500 parking spots. Bicycle rental stations can be found below at a glance.
For more information, visit: https://www.stadt-muenster.de/en/tourismus/bike-city/bicycle-rental
G Located in the northwestern region of Germany, Münster experiences relatively mild temperatures and evenly distributed rainfall throughout the year.
The climate in Münster during September is generally mild and moderately dry. It falls within the autumn season and is typically the 4th warmest month of the year. Daytime maximum temperatures average around 19°C (66°F), while nighttime temperatures typically hover around 10°C (50°F)..