The first thing you notice in Münster is the large number of bicycles. They stand clustered in front of university buildings, at the train station and in clogged alleys. In fact, Münster is a paradise for cyclists with bike paths everywhere. In the ideal flat surroundings around the city the car-free Pädges-paths lead through meadows and woods, to water castles and lakes. Münster also impresses with its cityscape. The Prinzipalmarkt boasts mansions with Gothic gables. A few meters away is the Lamberti Church. From its tower hang three cages which hold the remains of three leaders of the Anabaptists, who were tortured to death after the failed Radical Reformation in 1536.