The countryside in the region of Neuss varies from undulating hills, flat pastures and fields to steeper valleys and plateaus. Local cultures, diverse traditions and a long history are all visible in and around the smaller municipalities in the vicinity.
The Ruhr Metropolis is just 30 minutes along the motorway to the north east, the Dutch border a half an hour to the west. The south reveals the riverside cities of Cologne and Bonn, whilst a trip north soon sees open spaces.
The countryside around Neuss varies from pastures and fields to steeper valleys and plateaus. Local cultures, diverse traditions and a long history are all visible in and around the smaller municipalities. Many villages offer a marvellous insight to the past.
Many cities await exploration in the region of Neuss including the state capital. This is Germany's most densely populated area and visiting one of the cities close by can be quite rewarding. They include easy to reach Düsseldorf or Bonn, Cologne, Essen and Dortmund.
Many towns surround the old Roman settlement in NRW. They include Ratingen, Krefeld, Mönchengladbach and Solingen. The variation of landscape and building materials utilised for walls and roofing vary quite remarkably, giving each place a somewhat unique appearance.