Quiet, green and conveniently located, the hotel is close to the historic city centre of Neuss and only a few minutes' drive from the centre in Düsseldorf.
Münsterplatz, Neuss, 41460
The old Roman town with its medieval history attracts today with a lively cultural scene. A stroll through the historic quarter reveals many testimonies of time.The imposing landmark of the city of Neuss is one of the most important late Romanesque churches on the Lower Rhine. The gallery basilica was built between 1209 and 1230. After the fire of 1741 the east tower received a baroque dome with the statue of the patron saint St. Quirinus.
Am Obertor, Neuss, 41460
The Clemens-Sels-Museum Neuss is characterized by a special variety of its collection holdings, which cover a broad spectrum of art and cultural history. Archaeological finds from the Roman and medieval past, as well as historical artefacts from the city, bring the history of Neuss to life. In particular, the Clemens-Sels-Museum is known for its exquisite collection on international symbolism.
Minkel 2, Neuss, 41472
The experience of “art parallel to nature” In the park meadow with a terrace, designed by the landscape planner Bernhard Korte you can find eleven sculpture-like museum buildings drawn up by the sculptor Erwin Heerich. A feature is the construction and presentation of the art works which are presented in separated rooms by the painter Maler Gotthard Graubner.
An der Skihalle 1, Neuss, 41472
Snow all over the year, not only for skiers but also for snowboarders and sled fanatics, you get in Germany´s first ski hall. Every night it snows cristals on the 300 metres long and 100 metres wide ski slope. There is also an offer to get ski lessons at the allrounder ski school. The suitable equipment you get at the ski rental or at the allrounder sportshop.
Düsseldorf MedienHafen, Am Handelshafen, Düsseldorf, 40221
The former Rhine harbour has undergone a drastic transformation in the last two decades: where silos and warehouses used to form the skyline of the harbour district, today, there are building complexes designed by nationally and internationally renowned architects. The MedienHafen is home to about 800 companies, especially from the media and communications segments, fashion and architecture as well as art and culture. The harbour owes its special charm to the mix of new and old.
Koenigsallee, Duesseldorf, 40212
Duesseldorf's Koenigsallee is more than a street to shop on – it's a business card, a real splendour and an international trademark. Affectionately called the "Kö" by Duesseldorf's residents, it's the main reason for the city's image of an elegant shopping destination and a sophisticated lifestyle. The "Who's Who" of the fashion world presents itself on the Kö. Numerous flagship-stores, small boutiques, luxurious jewelers and impressive shopping-malls invite for a leisurely stroll.
Apollo-Platz 1, Duesseldorf, 40213
In a prominent position at the Rhine embankment promenade, directly under the Rheinknie bridge, a magnificent theatre was built with a uniquely intimate atmosphere. The fascinating world of the variety theatre has come alive again under a starry sky: breathtaking artistry, acrobatics and top-class clownery.
Erkrather Strasse 30, Duesseldorf, 40233
With 1,100 seats in the big hall and approx. 400 seats in the "Club", the Capitol-Theater Duesseldorf is the city's largest theatre. It was established in a former tram depot with more than 100 years of history. Located in the heart of Duesseldorf, the Capitol Theater guarantees exceptional and top-class entertainment by offering a selected programme of musical, show, comedy and dance. Highlights like Grease, Saturday Night Fever, Cabaret, Miami Nights and Cats cast a spell on the audience.
Schlossallee 100-106, Duesseldorf, 40597
One of the most beautiful garden palaces of the 18th century is situated in Duesseldorf's southern district of Benrath. Planned and built between 1756 and 1773 by Nicolas de Pigage, the Palace and Park Benrath was constructed as a maison de plaisance for Elector Carl Theodor. The palace is an overall work of art dating from the late baroque period that combines art, landscaping and nature.
It is regarded as one of the most beautiful of esplanades – Duesseldorf's Rhine embankment promenade. Planned by Niklaus Fritschi and buildt between 1990 and 1997, it once again has joined the city to its river. It symbolises Dusseldorfers' Rhenish joie-de-vivre and particularly in summer is an expression of the city's Mediterranean lifestyle. The traffic that roars through the tunnel beneath its bluish, wave-patterned pavement remains unnoticed above. The Rhine embankment promenade links the tr
Talstrasse 300, Mettmann, 40822
What is the origin of man? This is the eternal question to which the Neanderthal Museum has dedicated itself. It is about 20 minutes from the centre of Düsseldorf by car. The emphasis in the exhibition of man's history is and as you can guess from the site the Neanderthal Man. Life-sized figures are modelled on the basis of cranium findings; there are audio texts, films and interactive information for getting background knowledge. A walk through the forest and on the paths of the Neanderthal is
Zollfeste Zons, Dormagen, 41541
Raw middle ages -Toll fortress Zons The toll fortress of Zons is located just 20 minutes from the city of Neuss. The well-preserved city wall, the gates, the medieval streets and walking paths make for a nice walk.
Raketenstation Hombroich, Neuss, 41472
In front of the gates of Duesseldorf - in the cultural area called Hombroich - the Japanese star architect Tadao Ando has created an impressive architectual adventure. Since September 2004 is the house of Langen Foundation one of the first-class addresses for exhibitions and events. Art, culture and communication form a unit. The guests experience a great time and unforgettable impressions.
Centroallee, Oberhausen, 46047
CentrO is a shopping mall and part of a large commercial development in Oberhausen. It is Germany's largest shopping mall with 119,000 sq. meters of sales area and 830,000 sq. meters of operating space. You also can find numerous touristic attractions, for example the Sea-Life-Aquarium and the leasure harbor. As viewpoint the Gasometer Oberhausen and the waterpark AQUApark. Additional attractions like Legoland Discovery Centre or Sea-Life adventure park were opened in spring 2013.
Stromstrasse 20, Dusseldorf, 40221
The Rheinturm is a striking landmark on the Dusseldorf’s Rhine skyline. It is 240 metres high, with a glass-fronted 180-seat restaurant at an altitude of 172 metres that rotates on its axis once an hour. Bar & Lounge is located below the restaurant as is a viewing platform with a breathtaking view of the Rhine metropolis. When the weather is good, one can see as far as Cologne Cathedral. The two lifts convey visitors to the various levels at a speed of 4 metres per second. Barrier-free access.