CONTACT IN NEUSS
Amazing Capitals Neuss aims to be at the heart of the local expat experience, posting all that is necessary, linking to other respected sources and experts.
Great resources exist on social media groups and certain online platforms. A major aspect of Amazing Capitals is to be all-inclusive.
If you wish to inform of something specific, then this is the place to make contact.
Those readers that have signed up to the newsletter via the website will receive periodical mails with relevant information. Nobody likes spam so communication is kept to respectable levels.
If you wish to work together or run an Amazing Capitals expat guide in your city, let’s talk.
By Vincent Green, Feb 6 2020
Anyone who has experienced the hospitality offered by this society knows this country and its folk have changed very much over recent years. Neuss is as a whole peaceful and its citizens are mostly generous and laid back.
The cost of electricity is not normally included in the additional charges, Nebenkosten, when renting a house or flat in Neuss nor Germany. Prices are high and unfortunately power has long been sourced from open cast mines, which is damaging to us all.
A brief history of Neuss
One of the three oldest Roman settlements in Germany reveals a story covering over 2,000 years. Progressive developments include Napoleonic rule and that of Prussia before becoming part of North-Rhine Westphalia.