Grevenbroich

The city of Grevenbroich is located in Rhein-Kreis-Neuss and offers sightseeing, shopping and a wide range of leisure activities and events. The sights you should see include St. Peter & Paul Church, Hülchrath Castle, Langwaden Monastery and the Old castle.

City Grevenbroich

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Grevenbroich

Other sights in the city include the Old Castle in Grevenbroich, which is now used as an event location, the Villa Erckens, which has become a cultural and exhibition center, the Catholic parish church of St. Peter and Paul, the old pastorate from 1653 in Wevelinghoven district and the museum in the city park. The numerous events in the city are also very popular. The most popular festivals include the annual marksmen´s festival , the fun fair as well as the city festivals and the open Sundays. Just come to Grevenbroich and explore the numerous sights or visit one of the events. Incidentally, Grevenbroich also offers good shopping and leisure activities.

Other cultural offerings such as the city library, the city archive, the youth art school and Villa Erckens as well as numerous sports facilities round off the leisure offer of the city. In addition to an outdoor and indoor pool, there is also an 18-hole golf course. In addition, the river Erft, which winds its way over 25 kilometers through the urban area, offers numerous opportunities for walking, hiking, cycling and fishing. You can find leisure in nature at numerous places in and around Grevenbroich, because the surroundings of the city are characterized by forests, meadows and fields as well as alluvial landscapes along the Erft.

Highlights from Grevenbroich

Map from Grevenbroich

Useful Address / Link

Gemeinde Grevenbroich

Verkehrsverein : Am Markt 3, 41515 Grevenbroich

Internet: https://www.grevenbroich.de/

City Guide

Grevenbroich

In addition to the sights already mentioned, the city offers other attractions that are worth mentioning. For example, the business and leisure center “Montanushof” and the new “Coens-Galerie” offer a shopping experience of a special kind. The viewing platforms of the Garzweiler lignite mine offer a completely different experience. From here, visitors can see huge bucket wheel excavators. The open-air enclosure in Grevenbroicher Bend, which is in close proximity to the city center, is particularly popular with children. Here you can see, among other things, fallow deer, wild boar, swamp and moorland, numerous waterfowl as well as donkeys and sheep. You can climb to lofty heights from the glider airfield on Gustorfer Höhe. Come and experience a lively city. By the way, brochures as well as city maps and information are available from the tourist information in the New Town Hall.

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