Neukirchen Vluyn is a town in the region of the Lower Rhine. the city belongs to the district of Wesel and consists of the districts of Neukirchen and Vluyn. In addition to a few sights, the small town also offers a wide range of leisure, cultural and event options as well as shopping opportunities.
The two village churches in Neukirchen and Vluyn are among the witnesses of an eventful history and the sights of the city. In the local history museum, the development of the city and the region is shown using numerous exhibits. One of the oldest buildings in the city is Bloemersheim Castle, which is still family-owned and hosts cultural events. The colliery mine Niederberg and the mining colony are also worth seeing. The northern German stockpile is the highest elevation in Neukirchen Vluyn at around 100 meters high and offers a beautiful view of the Lower Rhine landscape as soon as you have climbed the more than 300 steps of the so-called sky staircase.
Neukirchen-Vluyn also offers a wide range of leisure activities. As everywhere on the Lower Rhine, you can also cycle well in and around Neukirchen-Vluyn. Hiking trails are available, for example, in the Rheurdt State Forest. The mining hiking trail, which starts at the former Niederberg mine, is also very interesting. The swimming pool in Neukirchen-Vluyn is also popular. Events such as the fairy tale festival at the Old Mill Dong, the Vluyner Mai, the Vluyner Martinsmarkt and the Christmas market at Bloemersheim Castle.
Map from Neukirchen-Vluyn
Just drive to Neukirchen-Vluyn and experience the special charm of the former mining town on the Lower Rhine. You can expect some interesting buildings, a varied range of leisure activities as well as shopping and a wide range of restaurants.