There is hardly any other rural region in Germany that is so easily and quickly accessible by car. Several motorways and well-developed federal roads open up the region. So, at least in Münsterland, the holiday starts with the journey.
|Berlin 472 km||Hamburg 281 km|
|Bremen 170 km||Hanover 191 km|
|Dortmund 70 km||Kassel 206 km|
|Düsseldorf 128 km||Munich 661 km|
|Essen 99 km||Stuttgart 473 km|
|Frankfurt 279 km||Würzburg 387 km|
The motorway runs north-south through central Münsterland. Places such as Ascheberg, Greven, Münster, Tecklenburg and Werne are easily accessible via the A1.
The motorway connects the south-eastern Münsterland in an east-west direction, from where you can reach places such as Ahlen, Bad Waldliesborn, Beckum, Ennigerloh, Oelde and Warendorf.
The motorway leads you in a north-south direction into the western Münsterland. The A3 is your fast route to places like Bocholt, Isselburg and Rhede.
The A31 runs north-south through the western Münsterland region. This makes it particularly convenient to travel to places like Ahaus, Borken, Coesfeld, Gronau and Steinfurt.
The A43 runs north-south through the southern regions of central Münsterland. Ideal for travelling to Haltern am See, Dülmen, Nottuln, Sendne and Münster.
Travelling by train is comfortable and environmentally friendly. There are connections to the region from all over Germany and it is usually easy to bring your own bicycle. The most important stop is Münster (Westf.), from where you have connections to most places in Münsterland.
Journey times to Münster Hauptbahnhof (fastest connection in the summer timetable)
|Berlin 3:58||Hamburg 2:14|
|Bremen 1:16||Hanover 2:15|
|Dortmund 0:29||Kassel 2:49|
|Düsseldorf 1:16||Leipzig 5:11|
|Essen 0:55||Stuttgart 4:04|
|Frankfurt 3:12||Würzburg 3:52|
|Bottrop-Borken 0:43||Dortmund-Werne 0:24|
|Dortmund-Ascheberg 0:36||Dortmund-Lüsdinghausen 0:37|
|Dortmund-Dülmen 0:47||Dortmund-Coesfeld 1:01|
|Dortmund-Ahaus 1:27||Dortmund-Gronau 1:42|
|Essen-Haltern am See 0:31||Essen-Nottuln 0:47|
|Essen-Borken 0:57||Recklinghausen-Haltern am See 0:10|
|Recklinghausen-Dülmen 0:18||Unna-Greven 0:48|
Stations with ICE stop
Stations with IC stop
Münster station is served by Deutsche Bahn and the following railway companies
You will need a valid ticket for your bicycle. If there is space, you can then take your bicycle with you for an unlimited period of time. You can take your bicycle with you free of charge on the bicycle trailers in the districts of Borken and Coesfeld.
Mobility, flexible and available when you need it. With wuddi CarSharing from registration to driving takes only 10 minutes. With over 70 vehicles at more than 45 stations in Münsterland, wuddi offers the right car for every mobility need, from electric convertibles to mid-size station wagons.
The procedure: Download the app, register, book. Drive off. Drop off at the station where you started. One-off registration fee of 20 euros, with 20 euros travel credit. There is no deposit or contract with wuddi.
All info on the offer at www.wuddi.de