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Where to go Neuss
 
Where to go in Neuss, where to go in Germany and visit the best places in Neuss
 

Where to go in Neuss, Germany and visit the best places in Neuss. Get inspired by attractive ideas and find tips here.

 
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Tip 1: The Botanischer Garten der Stadt Neuss: and is a small park with flowers, shrubs, and uncommon trees, as well as two aviaries and a small pond. Its greenhouses contain over 100 varieties of cactus and succulents, as well as orchids and bromeliads.
 
Tip 2: St. Quirinus: is a Romanesque structure dating from the 13th century. The interior of the church is lofty and impressive. Many old furnishings and items are in place. The main altar, which is modelled on that of St. Peter's in Rome, and a Roman sarcophagus.
 
Tip 3: Bloody Tower: built in the 13th century and it is the only remaining round tower of the historic tow fortification.
 
Tip 4: The Black horse ( Schwatte Pad): this is the oldest public house in the Lower Rhine region, established in 1604.
 
Tip 5: Globe Theater: this is a replica of the London Globe Theatre with an annual Shakespeare festival.
 
Tip 6: Museum Insel Hombroich: The Museum Island Hombroich in Holzheim in Neuss is a new kind of museum in the outdoor (Open Air Museum) with the motto "art parallel to nature".
 
Tip 7: Hummelbachaue Golf: A large golf academy with 9 pros and spacious training possibilities invites beginners and more experienced players alike to train here.
 
Tip 8: Clemens-Sels-Museum: a museum with an archaeological collection, naïve art, documents on Neuss’ history, art and applied arts of the 12th – 18th Century and art of the 19th – 21st Century.
 
Tip 9: Salzburgerland Kletterpark Neuss: it is Germany's largest freestanding climbing garden. With a total of 7 tracks including one especially designed for children. You can swing through the air with a height of 3-9 metres.
 
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