Münstermaifeld is a small picturesque country town with a historical past. The town can be seen from a total of 50 places in the surrounding area – it is the intersection of old, historic trade routes and the center of the fertile Maifeld.
The mighty Romanesque parish church with a particularly interesting and rare “Westwerk”, the medieval streets and houses of the old town and the parts of the old town wall with its gates and defense towers still bear witness to its past.
The city offers church and city tours from April to October to give interested guests an impression of the city with its varied past.
You can enjoy the peace and quiet in Sevenich on the idyllic Lilienhof in our accommodations and relax excellently. And in only 3 minutes by car, you will find everything you need for self-sufficiency in Münstermaifeld.
In the bakeries, butcher shops and two supermarkets you can stock up on food. A gas station, pharmacy, 2 general practitioners and a pediatrician, restaurants, snack bars and ATMs can also be found in the village center.
Museum lovers get their money’s worth in several ways in Münstermaifeld. The small town offers a total of three museums: a local history and adventure museum, a farmer’s museum and the Maifeld Archaeological Museum. Some of the city tours also include museum tours.
During a walk in Münstermaifeld you can discover several places of interest:
Münstermaifeld also has a lot to offer in terms of cuisine. With three restaurants, three snack bars and two cafés, you will find a selection of different eateries at almost any time of day and on any day of the week; from modern German cuisine to Italian, Turkish, Greek and Asian, a colorful, delicious variety is offered.
For those who would like to explore the Maifeld and its surroundings more quickly, the VRM line 365 is available every day from April 1 to November 1 inclusive at half-hourly intervals. This takes you from Hatzenport via Metternich, Münstermailfeld and Wierschem to Eltz Castle and back again.
You can find more information about Münstermaifeld and its surroundings on our page “Excursions”.