Ubiquitous witnesses of a proud history together with attractive offerings for recreation, sports and relexation make the region around Münster to a very special experience for every visitor.

Here some suggestions:


Creglingen (3 km)
On the road to Creglingen you will pass the Hergotts Church with the world famous altar of Riemenschneider dating back to the European Peasant Wars (early 16th century). Directly across the way you can visit the unique museum of thimbles.
Newly opened in the historical downtown of Creglingen: the Jewish museum.



Rothenburg (15 km)
The world famous former free "Reichsstadt" with its medieval fortifications attracts millions of visitors every year. Don't miss the crime museum and the Christmas Wonderland.


Weikersheim (15 km)
A jewel by the Tauber river: the townscape, dominated by the impressive castle of the Prince and Count of Hohenlohe with its spacious park, is characterized by renaissance and baroque and often called the Versaille of Hohenlohe.


Röttingen (13 km) 
Festival town during the summer and city of sundials all through the year. Your children will especially like the spacious test-playground of a local manufacturer of playground equipment.


Bad Mergentheim (29 km)
A city with two facets: health resort and capital of the Teutonic Order. You will not only find widespread green areas, the bathe-park Solymar and a pittoresque town centre, but also Germany's largest outdoor enclosure the WILDPARK Bad Mergentheim.



Schillingsfürst (40 km)
Aside from the castle of the Princes of Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst, the Bavarian Falcon Farm with its spectacular flight-shows is very worthwile a visit.



Würzburg (45 km)
The charming university town does not only offer magnificent treasures of art, but also awaits you with a lot of Franconian hospitality. The city, to a great extend destroyed during Worl War II, is as well living evidence for the reconstruction efforts during the post-war era.


Langenburg (35 km) 
that means towers and city gate, half-timbered houses and trim alleys, pittoresque little corners and the impressive castle. And of course the German automobile museum, displaying more than 70 veteran cars as well as modern race and sports cars.