Lower Rhine Cities
To the region of Lower Rhine belong numerous cities and municipalities. These include the districts of Kleve, Viersen, Wesel and Neuss, as well as cities such as Düsseldorf, Krefeld, Duisburg and Möchengladbach, which all have a variety of attractions to offer.
Because almost everywhere on the Lower Rhine you can find cultural and scenic highlights. These testify to an eventful past on the Rhine. This and the wide range of leisure activities make towns and cities on the Lower Rhine a popular travel destination in Europe.
Cities and Villages :
Alpen Bedburg-Hau Brüggen Dinslaken Dormagen Düsseldorf Duisburg Emmerich Geldern Goch Grefrath Grevenbroich Hamminkeln Hünxe Jüchen Kaarst Kaiserswerth Kalkar Kamp-Lintfort Kempen Kevelaer Kleve Korschenbroich Kranenburg Krefeld Mönchengladbach Moers Nettetal Neukirchen-Vluyn Neuss Rees Rheinberg Straelen Sonsbeck Uedem Venlo [NL] Viersen Voerde Wachtendonk Walbeck Weeze Wesel Willich Xanten Zons
The largest city on the Lower Rhine is Düsseldorf and at the same time the state capital of North Rhine-Westphalia. The City offers a variety of sights as well as a wide range of cultural activities and diverse leisure acitivities and events.
However, this does not mean that it is boring in the small towns and villages on the Rhine. No, there is also something to discover in the smallest villages. Take a look around. The Kuhpfad website shows sights, attractions, beautiful places as well as leisure activities and cultural offers of the respective city or municipality.
The numerous historic city centers of the towns are particularly worth seeing. You should definitely have seen the city of Kempen with its beautiful old town, Zons am Rhein with its medieval buildings and Wachtendonk with its old houses.
No less interesting are Xanten and Kevelaer with their magnificent churches and numerous old buildings. Not to be forgotten is Kaiserswerth on the Rhine and the Rhine promenades of the cities of Rees, Emmerich or Wesel. But no matter where you are on the Lower Rhine, keep your eyes open. Sometimes there are little things very interesting.
In the region of the Lower Rhine you will find diverse historic buildings as castles, palaces, churches and more.
This map shows cities and villages in the region of the lower rhine. You can enlarge map with a click [ ].