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.

The 2020 boot Düsseldorf in January offers visitors a new layout. Traditional favourites that include the world’s key players in the motorboat, sailing yacht, engine, diving equipment, board and charter industry will be presenting their latest offerings. With some 2,000 international manufacturers and suppliers from 70 nations, the fair will reveal exciting, interesting and extremely informative innovations.

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

The fresh new design of Amazing Capitals launched in Valencia will be rolled out to Neuss in 2019.


Clemens Sels Museum

The collections of the Clemens Sels Museum are unique in Germany. Highly respected among art enthusiasts, the museum possesses a curious variety of art and art history. Medieval paintings coexist alongside works by the Nazarenes, the Pre-Raphaelites and the French, Belgian and Dutch symbolists.

boot Düsseldorf


luxury boats at trade fair
© Messe Düsseldorf

boot Düsseldorf is the world's largest water sports trade fair that sets new standards year after year. January 2020 offers visitors a new layout. Some 250,000 visitors from 100 nations can view a wide range of desirable craft and accessories while interacting with over 2,000 exhibitors from 70 countries.


International Dance Weeks


Beautiful dance performance on stage
© Michael Clark Company

Outstanding dance performances in front of highly enthusiastic audiences provide the recipe for a unique stage experience in Neuss. International companies from New York and San Francisco in the US, Dundee and London in the UK and Hamburg in Germany are the recipe for beautiful experiences.


Horse Racing

© Landeshauptstadt Düsseldorf / David Young

In Düsseldorf from spring to autumn every year, the racing season offers many opportunities to test knowledge of horses, judge their form and to chance a bet. Food and drinks are on offer when thousands of punters gather each and every race afternoon or evening, especially with fine weather.


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The most most visible emergency service, the local police, are invariably courteous and professional and the diversity of cultural backgrounds of personnel is a pleasure to see. Both the fire brigade and the ambulance service are well equipped to handle emergencies.

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.



© Amazing Capitals / DeiaGreg

Dental practices are generally modern, very often with the latest equipment due to the Germanic tax relief system for investments. Most Germans tend to take good care of their teeth through regular brushing and periodical professional cleaning at the dentists.



© Amazing Capitals / Greg

While consumers in Neuss can choose between many suppliers, a majority of inhabitants rely on the Stadtwerke Neuss. Since 1883, the portfolio of today's company has steadily been moulded to fulfill all the perceived needs of the residents of Neuss.


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Health & Wellbeing

Nature Reserves

Walking in and around the countryside near Neuss, here and there a sign can be seen declaring a nature conservation area (Naturschutzgebiet). The protection and preservation of flora and fauna, ecosystems and endangered species is high on the agenda in the region and across Germany.


© Oliver Franke / Tourismus NRW e.V.

A patchwork of states both large and small has come into being in Germany. Since 1990 there are a total of sixteen federal states, some cities, others vast geographical regions. The country's federal system proudly spreads responsibility to many institutions.



© Oliver Franke / Tourismus NRW e.V.

North Rhine Westphalia (NRW) is Germany's largest federal state by population and fourth by overall size. Green meadows and woodlands, hilly and mountainous regions, agriculture and dense urban zones as well as forty-four rivers such as the Rhine and Ruhr define the state.


Amazing Capitals Valencia

© Rowan Green

Amazing Capitals Valencia is the latest in the portfolio of online location guide dedicated to the local expat community. A mosaic of aspects comes together on this English language eGuide published by a perpetual expat. Friendly Valencia boasts beautiful architecture, a vibrant atmosphere and a stunning beach.


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