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Messe Düsseldorf is staging the world’s largest water sports trade fair from January 21. Named after the German word for boat, boot 2017 offers an exciting opportunity to discover sailing, motorboating, large yachts, yacht equipment, diving, marine tourism, trend sports, angling and paddling. Tickets for this incredible event at discounted rates are available online.

A definite novelty in Germany, in 2017 the Clemens Sells Museum and its affilaites are offering free entry to exhibits on each first Sunday of the month.

In Neuss, a highly unusual actvity will present itself in July when the Grand Départ of this year’s Tour de France passes through. Many activities are planned to accompany the event.

The next performance of the International Dance Weeks will take place on January 24 featuring Ailey II from New York. The horse racing season in Neuss is also in full swing.

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

Amazing Neuss is the expat guide for the cozy town of Neuss on the Rhine with Roman and Medieval heritage.

 

boot Düsseldorf

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© Messe Düsseldorf

Discover 360° Watersports at boot Düsseldorf. The world's largest boat and water sports trade fair reveals a full nine days of fascination, inspiration, information and fun! Admire some 1,800 yachts and boats on show and experience the indoor creek, go sailing or meet experts and stars.

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Tour de France in Neuss

Cyclist Group sprinting image for the Grand Départ, Tour de France 2017
© Landeshauptstadt Düsseldorf / Frank Bodenmüller

The regional Grand Départ of the Tour de France 2017 cycling race is a major event in Neuss with cyclists passing through town on Day 2. Day 1 will be staged in Düsseldorf while day 2 will again start in the state capital, circle out east and back to then loop out north and west through Neuss and on to Liège, Belgium.

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Exhibitions in Neuss

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Mayer and artist standing in front of a painting in the town hall
© Stadt Neuss Kulturamt

Art venues and museums in Neuss and the region regularly present selections of their fine pieces. Unable to show their extensive works as a whole due to lack of space, these opportunities and regularly staged events present well researched and comprehensive insights.

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International Dance Weeks

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© Eduardo Patino

Outstanding dance performances in front of highly enthusiastic audiences provide the recipe for a unique stage experience in Neuss. International companies from places in the US, the Netherlands, Germany, Brazil and New Zealand create beautiful experiences.

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ISR International School on the Rhine

Students at the ISR in Neuss
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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.

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THINK Global School

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Living and learning in four countries a year, a THINK Global School education combines an academically rigorous project-based learning curriculum, a competitive 1:5 faculty/student ratio, student-driven and technology-forward teaching philosophies and integrated service learning to create a 360º educational experience.

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Water

© Amazing Capitals / DeiaGreg

The tap water in Neuss possesses such a high quality that it does not need to be chlorinated. On its way to the consumer, water is treated and cleaned through an extensive process. By then it is highly drinkable, however, Germans still generally drink mineral water.

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Waste Disposal in Neuss

© Stadt Neuss

The local company that collects refuse is partly in the hands of the town of Neuss and the system is efficient and reliable. Aiming to save important resources, the Germans are famous for having one of the most efficient recycling systems in the world.

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Tourism in Neuss

© Amazing Capitals / Greg

Neuss is a cosy little place that welcomes many foreigners who are on business or visiting a trade fair, congress or conference in and around the former Roman town. Neuss is conveniently located to visit the cathedral in Cologne and the Loreley on the Rhine.

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Society & Folk

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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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City Topics

© Pressaamt Neuss

Neuss makes the claim of being a vibrant urban environment yet small enough not to get lost. True. While activities focus on a main axis from the central railway station to the old Roman gateway, the town radiates out into green and peaceful residential areas and the harbour.

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Plane

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Neuss benefits from an ideal location close to three airports in Cologne, Dusseldorf and Weeze. Düsseldorf can be considered most important due to its vicinity. Cologne Bonn and Weeze can offer good alternatives about one hours drive away.

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