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Neuss is located in the lower Rhine on the opposite side of the Rhine from Dusseldorf in North Rhine-Westphalia. With over 150,000 inhabitants, the largest district town of Germany. Neuss is known above all through the Roman period and the shooting (fair). Who in Neuss is a business trip and wants an attractive and sophisticated accompaniment after a hard working, found among the women of Rhein Escort Service Neuss Agency a suitable lady in Neuss, even for the highest demands.

 

The Museum Island Hombroich

It’s a magical place.
For art and nature lovers, the Hombroich Museum Island is a paradise. In the midst of a primordial flora between ponds and forests, unique artefacts can be found throughout the centuries and cultures in airy pavilions. Kurt Schwitters’ collages meet old Chinese clay figures, watercolors by Paul Cézanne join African fetishes, filigree mobiles by Alexander Calder contrast with monumental Khmer sculptures.

“Art parallel to nature” – that was the motto of the collector and founder of the island Hombroich, Karl-Heinrich Müller. He has given his vision of the harmony between art, culture, architecture and nature a face. The garden architect Bernhard Korte has designed and restored the park and floodplain landscape at the Erft on behalf of Müllers.

To reach the island of Hombroich there is no need for a boat or boat, but you should already wear good shoes to walk on long walks over bridges and through meadows the extensive artificial oasis.

The museum, designed in the artistic sense, dispenses with signs and didactic notes. The visitor is requested to rely on his perception and judgment. In the same way, there are no signposts or hints on the plants on the paths through the park. The Museum Island of Hombroich is open daily. The museum is closed on 24, 25 and 31 December and on 1 January.

Jever Fun Ski Hall

The Jever Fun ski hall on the outskirts of the city: 365 days of slopes, party, powder snow, après-ski and more. – All this promises the Neusser Skihalle. And rightly so, because, according to many visitors, the oldest ski center in Germany is still one of the most beautiful and modern.

The Skihalle is located in the midst of the most densely populated region of the country and is therefore easy to reach both by car and by public transport.

With constant refreshing – 3 ° C, a four-seater chairlift and two towing lifts and three conveyor belts bring up to 5,000 winter sportsmen per hour up to the 110 m high summit of the “Rheinische Glacier”. Even faster, of course, the artificial mountain descends again and again, even though the slope is almost olympic in size with a length of 300 m and a width of up to 100 m.

Weary boarders and fearless freeskiers will get their money’s worth in the funpark with their kickers, boxes and rails. But beware! As spectacular as the jumps of the artists in the snow may be – at some point they bring the earth back! And Escort Neuss always has the right ski bays for you.

Zons: A nice destination

Unique in the Rhineland is the well-preserved Zons fortification system. It offers everything you would expect from a medieval town: city walls, chateaux, mill, flower-bedecked houses.

Zons, located north of Cologne in the Rheine area, with its well-preserved fortification is unique in the Rhineland. A picturesque townscape, intact city walls and a free-standing stage.

Medieval ambiance and the floodplain landscape of the Rhine characterize the beautiful sides of Zons. The heyday of this place began in 1372, when Archbishop Friedrich of Saarwerden moved the Rheinzoll of Neuss to Zons as a customs fortress. In 1373, Zons received the municipal law.
With the dismantling of customs barriers in Germany, Zons lost its importance and preserved its small-town-rural charm. Already from about 1900 established the place as a worthwhile trip destination. And it is definitely still.