A unique guide for expats, internationals & business travellers

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Welcome to Amazing Neuss, your comprehensive guide for expats. Covering the cozy Roman and Medieval town of Neuss on the Rhine and its surroundings.

To assist expats, local authorities and businesses, the first Amazing Capitals eBook is now published. Whilst it covers neighbouring Düsseldorf, much of the content is relevant to Neuss. If demand requires, a local version could be released. Enjoy over 50 pages of new articles, excerpts from the eGuide plus a few personal stories. Free to download and available to share, no sign up required.

I am enormously pleased and proud to present the new Amazing Capitals format launched in Valencia, Spain. This magnificent city located on the Mediterranean shores is a great place for expats to relocate to. Innovative business incubators, water supplier and city administration are one reason. Then there is the sun, the light, the friendliness of locals, and, and, and… Thank you to my launch partners, Ayuntamiento de Valencia, Global Omnium, Oceanografic and La Marina.

View the fresh new design of Amazing Capitals Valencia, which will be rolled out to current locations later in the year.

Movie lovers can see some of the latest releases and art house movies down the road in English OV & OmU and other languages. Updated each and every week.


Funfair Neuss

The funfair in Neuss takes place every year towards the end of the summer on the grounds of the racecourse. The fair offers a fun day out for the whole family with big wheel, nostalgic rides, plenty of high, fast, spinning stuff and German sausages.

Hansa Fest


Scene of medieval man and crafts fair at Hansa Festival Neuss
© Neuss Marketing

Over the weekend in late September, the Hanseatic festivities include presentations and performances on stage all take place in the centre of town around Markt, Freithof and Münsterplatz. Stands representing many Hansa ports can be visited besides Neuss.


Zeughaus Concerts


© Tim Kloecker

Conveyed again and again, the Zeughaus Concerts offer great moments in chamber music in the exemplary acoustics of a single-nave structure from the seventeenth century. Enthuse over music on the highest international level, moments of soloistic intimacy, and lyrical highlights in the heart of Neuss.


Happenings in Neuss


© Theater Töfte

Every now and then something special takes place in Neuss. Such happenings can vary from celebrations to mark an opening or anniversary to a market or a one off concert. The community is quick to pick up on such events, creating gatherings large and small.


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Utilities in Neuss

Local utilities corporations offer complete services, while a few national giants and lower priced competitors are also available to purchase power from. In Neuss, the local semi-public company belongs in part to Stadtwerke Neuss, which is owned by Stadt Neuss.

Essentials and the new eBook

© Amazing Capitals / DeiaGreg

When moving to a new home in Germany, a few regulations need to be followed. Germany has rules for everything and, as they say, if it isn't regulated then it's not permitted. A few insights and relevant information are packaged in the new eBook. Designed especially to assist the transition to a new home in Düsseldorf.


ISR International School on the Rhine

Students at the ISR in Neuss

ISR - International School on the Rhine in Neuss is an accredited, private and international all-day school starting at Kindergarten. Many choose ISR because the academic program prepares students for the world-wide renowned International Baccalaureate, simply known as IB.


Pets in Neuss

© Amazing Capitals / Greg

Germans, on the whole, love and respect pets and are very friendly towards dogs. Dogs need to be registered within two weeks of arrival at the citizens office (Bürgeramt), which issues the relevant forms that need to be completed and submitted together with proof of residency.


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Health & Wellbeing

Economic Development Neuss

The Office of Economic Development is the perfect agency to assist foreign companies and small businesses to fulfil their investment plans. Whether new to Germany from overseas or relocating, full support is on offer to set up business in this dynamic location. Support is offered through an experienced team of advisers.

Neuss Düsseldorfer Häfen

Harbour crane with barge docked in Neuss
© Neuss Düsseldorfer Häfen

The company's intelligent world of logistics offers cleverly combined services at ports in Neuss and Düsseldorf, Krefeld and Cologne. Beyond ports and waterways, rail haulage enables Neuss Düsseldorfer Häfen to offer a trimodal combination of efficient and low impact forms of transportation of goods.


Mayor's Greeting

© Stadt Neuss Presseamt

As Mayor of Neuss, I am proud of the high service attitudes within our administrative departments. Expats choose to live here, take up employment with local and international corporations or locate their business to this ideal urban space. Enjoy discovering more about our friendly town.


Society & Folk

© Amazing Capitals / Greg

Experience the hospitality offered by German society to knows just how peaceful the country is. This nation and the folk here have changed much over recent years and people are much more laid back, friendly and humerous than first meets the eye.


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