Neuss With guided tours of a special kind, Neuss Marketing invites you to take an exciting journey through time. In addition to a quiz, there is even a tour where people deliberately cheat.
(NGZ) Exciting guided tours and interesting anecdotes about the town’s history: Neuss Marketing offers an unusual view of the Quirinus town’s sights all year round. A special kind of tour is “Sparkling and with petits fours through the Neuss Gründerzeit quarter”. The participants discover house facades from the Gründerzeit and immerse themselves in the life of Neuss around 1900. The historical-culinary duo tour on Saturday, July 23, from 12 to 2 p.m. with Marion Tiefenbacher-Kalus and Hajo Heinrich spans an arc from the important food industry in Neuss on representative residential architecture. The two-hour tour is interrupted with a picnic on Drususallee.
Participation in the historic-culinary city tour through the Gründerzeit district costs 31 euros per person including food and drinks. Tickets and further information are available from the tourist information center in Neuss city centre, Büchel 6, or online at www.neuss-marketing.de. The meeting point is at the Schwann monument in front of the Alte Post, Neustraße 28. Registration is essential.
In addition, experts lead guided tours to evidence of Roman times, medieval fortifications, modern architecture or through one of the largest inland ports in Europe. Sightseeing in Neuss is offered with suitable city tours for individual travelers or groups, for families with children, clubs, schools or companies. On July 22nd, for example, the “Lügentour” will take place from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. with Helmut Wessels for 10 euros per person. On July 28, however, from 3 to 4 p.m. you can take part in the tour “Beastly clever – the quiz through Neuss” for 5 euros per person and on August 6 from 4 to 6 p.m. “Historical Neuss” by Joachim Glang shown for 12 euros per person. Low-barrier city tours and special tours are offered for people with restricted mobility and the visually impaired. Tickets for the public tours can be booked directly at the tourist information or from home.