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Occupying the west bank of the Rhine River opposite bustling Dusseldorf, the city of Neuss is one of the oldest in Germany. Founded way back in 16 BC, the city boasts a long and rich history, as its old churches, medieval marvels and ancient Roman sites will attest. It doesn’t rest on its laurels however. Industrial and ever growing, Neuss is a destination for contemporary arts, culture and entertainment. Each year it hosts the Neuss Schützenfest, a marksman festival and the city’s most lively event.

Things to see

Neuss’ grandest landmark is the Romanesque Basilica of St. Quirinus, which originally dates back to the early 13th century. With its aqua hued dome and towering turrets, the imposing building’s interior features a vast vaulted ceiling and many decadent touches. An unspoilt urban oasis, Uedesheimer Rheinbogen is a green and leafy parcel set beside the Rhine River. Consisting of both grassland and riparian forest habitats, it’s a haven for wildlife and wildlife watchers alike. A snow-powdered playground for all the family, Jever Skihalle promises skiing, snowboarding and sledding 365 days a year. Situated towards the outskirts of the city, the indoor ski centre offers slopes and courses for seasoned skiers and novices alike. Fusing art, nature and architecture, the Museum Insel Hombroich is Neuss’ main culture hub. Spread over 60 acres, the centre comprises of a sculpture scattered park, a disused NATO missile base and the museum itself, which features Asian and modern artworks.

Hotels in Neuss

There are hotels in Neuss to appeal to every city breaker and their budget. Among the selection you’ll find everything from cheap and cheerful digs and familiar chain name favourites, to swanky stylish hotels packed with modern amenities. Many hotels in Neuss are business-friendly, and feature business centres and meeting rooms alongside onsite restaurants and gymnasiums. In some of the upscale accommodation you can expect the additional luxuries of swimming pools, saunas, hot tubs and full-service spa facilities. Most of the city’s rooms and suites come equipped with WiFi and satellite television, whilst some offer laptop compatible safes, pay movies, and tea and coffee makers too.

Where to stay

If you want to be beside the best attractions and within easy reach of the city’s amenities, opting for a hotel in Neuss’ city centre is your best bet. Near to the port, the area is home to many of the city’s historical landmarks, including the Basilica of St. Quirinus, the Hamtoplatz arch and the formidable Obertor medieval gate. Nearby you’ll find several museums and galleries. For shopping, dining and everything else, you’ll find most of the commercial activity along the city’s main road. Partially pedestrianised, the bustling Roman thoroughfare has everything from locally owned business to the biggest international brand names.

How to get to Neuss

Situated around 20 minutes’ drive away on the other side of the river, Dusseldorf Airport is a convenient gateway for those flying in. It serves much of the world with many links to European destinations, as well as cities in Asia, Africa, the United States and the Middle East. Once you’ve touched down in Dusseldorf you can get into Neuss by taxi, public bus or by using the S-Bahn metro service. The airport’s station is served by the S 11 line, which can whisk you to Neuss in minutes. You’ll want to get off at Neuss Hauptbahnhof, also known as Neuss Central Station, in the city centre.