Düsseldorf International Airport (DUS IATA) is just 15 kilometers from Neuss downtown. There is a direct S-Bahn connection from the airport terminal to Neuss main station every 20 minutes, taking half an hour.
Neuss is not served by intercity trains. There are however regional and local trains frequently arriving from Düsseldorf (taking 10–15 minutes), Cologne (half an hour), Mönchengladbach (15 minutes), Krefeld (15–20 minutes), Wuppertal (35 minutes), Hagen (one hour) Aachen (70 minutes), Kleve (1½ hours), and Venlo (Netherlands; 50 minutes). When traveling from further-away places you will usually have to change in Düsseldorf.
- Quirinus-Münster (Saint Quirinus Minster). a 13th-century late romanesque church
- St. Marien (Saint Maria Church).
- Obertor (Upper Gate). southern city gate, built c.1200
- Blutturm (Bloody Tower).
- Botanischer Garten. the city's botanical garden
- Museum Insel Hombroich. Despite its name not an actual island, but a Neoclassical industrialist's villa with a lush green garden, forming an oasis of culture and nature, with a collection of both classical and modern art, especially sculptures.
- Langen Foundation, Raketenstation Hombroich 1, ☏ . daily 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; closed. Private collection of 20th century paintings, Japanese and other non-European Art. Adults 7.50 €, reduced 5 €.
- Skihalle Neuss, An der Skihalle 1 (use Bus 843 in direction Grefrath up to Skihalle (at Neuss Hauptbahnhof, take Further Straße exit, then continue walking straight ahead until you get to the bus stop)). indoor skiing facility
- Hamtor Hotel, Hamtorwall 19, ☏ .
- Hotel Bastion, Jagenbergstraße 2, ☏ .
- Mercure Hotel Düsseldorf Neuss, Am Derikumer Hof 1, ☏ .
- Swissôtel Düsseldorf/Neuss, Rheinallee 1, ☏ .
- 1 Dorint Kongresshotel Düsseldorf/Neuss, Selikumer Strasse 25, ☏ , ✉ firstname.lastname@example.org. from € 71 per room/night.