Berlin, which is the national capital, is located 230 miles (370 kilometers) east of Warendorf, while Cologne is 85 miles (137 kilometers) to the southwest.
Don't restrict yourself to Warendorf; the wider region has been blessed with a treasure trove natural and man-made attractions waiting to be explored. Greven, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the southeast, and Ascheberg, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the northeast of Warendorf are also worth checking out.
Essen, is another interesting spot to head to. It is around 55 miles (89 kilometers) from Warendorf and offers a great selection of things to see and do, such as Old Synagogue, Folkwang Museum and Villa Hugel. Essen has much of interest for those keen to stay for a day or two. Zollverein Coal Mine World Heritage Site, Colosseum Theater and Essen Cathedral are just a couple of the other places worth visiting.
North Rhine-Westphalia is known for its fine old towns; these are fascinating reminders of the area's rich history. For a glimpse of local culture, go straight to North Rhine-Westphalia's theaters, art museums and history museums.
North Rhine-Westphalia is a good place to join up with one of the city walking tours and cycling tours that are available. This destination also offers some once in a lifetime adventures such as paragliding.
When your time is up in Warendorf, use your last euros on last minute keepsakes for the folks at home and say Tschüss (farewell).