With the area around Sassenberg, Warendorf and Münster, technotrans has a lot to offer when it comes to quality of life. Be if the desire for a rural livingscape, surrounded by beautiful green meadows and far-reaching fields, or the historical town of Warendorf with its extensive leisure activities, not only for horse lovers, or the pulsating, student-oriented life in Münster - the choice is yours!
Sassenberg itself does not only offer you high quality accommodation and leisure facilities but also cost-effective residential building land and a good selection in daycare centres and schools. As a part of the Münsterland park landscape, attractions such as the Mariä Himmelfahrt (Assumption) parish church or the Alte Zollhaus (Old Customs Office) are all waiting for your visit. The Feldmark recreational area with its Feldmark Lake and a bird sanctuary is a popular getaway destination, while there are also as many as three public swimming pools and one beach pool near Sassenberg.
Additional information on Sassenberg can be found under www.sassenberg.de
Warendorf, some 5 km away, has developed into one of the most significant sports towns in Germany during the past years and accommodates, among others, the Deutsche Reiterliche Vereinigung (FN) [German Equestrian Federation], the Deutsche Olympiade-Komitee für Reiterei (DOKR) [German Olympic Committee for Equestrian Sports] and the Bundesleistungszentrum Reiten (BLZ) [German Federal Equestrian Sports Centre]. But not only riders are given their money's worth in Sassenberg; the town itself also offers a well developed cycling network with connections to the EmsAuenWeg, a golf course and the most varied of water sports facilities on the Emssee and the Ems River itself.
The historical city centre with its beautiful buildings and churches, an excellent shopping infrastructure, traffic connections via two federal highways and a large number of primary and secondary schools complete the positive picture which Warendorf leaves behind for its visitors and inhabitants.
Additional information on Warendorf can be found under www.warendorf.de
With approximately 300,000 inhabitants, which include approximately 50,000 students, Münster is presented as a real metropolis - without foregoing any of its parkscapes and green areas. The cityscape is characterised by historical building featuring unusual architecture, but also by modern buildings such as the city library so highly praised by architectural critics.
Apart from the Westphalian Wilhelms-University, Münster accommodates numerous technical and other colleges, as well as 92 primary and secondary schools.. Numerous cafés, pubs, clubs, theatres and museums offer a very versatile cultural programme, while Münster is famous for its bike-friendliness with more than 450 km of cycling routes and even its own bicycle parkade, including a bicycle wash. The selection of additional sports and leisure facilities is extensive and offers something for everyone.
Traffic-wise, Münster is connected to highways A43 and A1, has a well-developed public transport network and a railway connection to the main Hamburg-Dortmund route.
Additional information regarding the life in Münster can be found under www.muenster.de
General information on our region under www.muensterland.com