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Munster oertze

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Munster oertze

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Munster oertze is a city in Heideregion. Munster is located in the middle of the triangle of the cities of Hamburg, Bremen and Hannover. All three cities can be reached in less than 1 hour. The town centre is very clean and modern with plenty of opportunities to visit coffee shops and cafes as well as the local market open at weekends.


Munster has been closely associated with the military for over 100 years and is the biggest garrison of the German Army.The close relationship between the civil and the military circles is symbolized by the bronze statue of Lili Marleen. She and her sodier have been greeting all visitors for more than twenty years from their point of welcome beside the town gate leading to the centre of Munster. Thousands of visitors each year are attracted to the German Tank Museum. In Munster there is a wide range of hotels, holiday apartments and a 4-star camping site. There are several restaurants and guesthouses offering ranges of food. There is plenty of free parking available.

Get in

You can reach Munster either by car via the A7 Hannover - Hamburg motorway taking the exit "Soltau Ost" and following the through road B17 or by train using rail line No 116 Bremen - Uelzen indicated in the railway guide and alighting from the train at the Munster (Oertze) Station. Munster is well sign posted from all directions leading to the town centre and car parks.

Get around

The town is small and it is quite easy to walk from most of the car parks. There is plenty of opportunity for cycling in the area but there is no public transport.


The German Tank Museum[[1]] The museum is open from 1 March through to 30 November, Tuesday to Sunday 1000 AM to 1800 PM Price Adults €7.00, children (6-13) €3.50 special prices for other groups. Tours can be arranged. There is a whole range of vehicles, radios, uniforms and many other articles. In addition there is now a cafe and a museum store offering souvenirs.







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