Explore the Hanseatic city Neuss
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Neuss is one of the oldest cities on the River Rhine. Over 2000 years ago the Romans established with the military camp "Novaesium" at the confluence of the River Erft and the River Rhine the foundation of the city. 
Since 1475, the city had the Hanseatic privilege, granted by Emperor Frederic III. Trade, especially between Neuss and the Netherlands, flourished. 

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Even as far as Scandinavia and the Baltic region reached the trade relations of Neuss. Today the Neuss-Düsseldorf ports are the third largest inland port, with a cargo handling of nearly 16 million tons.

Experience Neuss

Visitors to the city of Neuss with more than 150,000 inhabitants enjoy the inviting atmosphere with its Rhenish lifestyle. The magnificent late Romanesque Basilica St. Quirin and historical sights of interest are to visit. Cafes, romantic gardens and shopping areas contribute to an enjoyable relaxed stroll through the city.

Neuss boasts a lively cultural scene. Visitor magnets are the Shakespeare Festival at the Globe Theatre and the world-famous museums "Insel Hombroich" and "Langen Foundation". Sports enthusiasts enjoy the indoor ski centre and the racecourse Neuss with varied sports facilities in the inner area e.g. a disc golf course and horse racing on the track. The  highlight of the numerous events in Neuss is traditionally celebrated on the last weekend of August. Then the Neuss Bürger-Schützenfest (marksmen´s festival with procession and fun fair) attracts up to a million visitors to Neuss.

Neuss invites you to discover the city.

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