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Weng-Hennen House – Attractions

Attractions

Recommendations

Neuss, very close to Weng-Hennen House and with its over 600 sorts of Haribo gummies, is interesting for adults and children. Skihalle Neuss, 14 kilometers away from Weng-Hennen House, offers all-year round ski programs for both children and adults. Its all-night long party on 31. December lures thousands of visitors to celebration the coming of new year. You can visit ancient old cities along River Rhein by ferries from April to October, famous attractions as Loreley Corner and German Triangle in Koblenz. Starting from Jan 2015, Weng-Hennen House integrates art exhibition tour with artist Mr. Yi-Shu Chen providing art guide to different museums and galleries. You are welcomed to contact with housekeeper for more information regarding tour packages.

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Cities

Weng-Hennen House, which situates between Cologne and Düsseldorf, provides guests easier and better approaches to famous and interesting attractions. In Düsseldorf, you can visit old city to enjoy delicious beer or visit the König Allee, famous shopping paradise; in Cologne, elegant gothic-style Cathedral Cologne is something you cannot miss; Bonn, hometown of Beethoven, is your best choice for one-day program. If you are interested in German ancient old cities, then come to Zons. Besides of all these attractions, Grevenbroich where Weng-Hennen House situates, deserves of your visit for its gorgeous open coal mine and beautiful lantern festival in September. These attractions reachable within 1 hours are introduced to guests for references. For more tour information, please contact with housekeeper.

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Castles and Palaces

The valley formed by River Rhein and River Erft shares geographical similarity with Holland. Around 50 castles were built since middle age and finished in 18th century in this area. Most of them are surrounded with moats. These castles are mostly small but nice to see although they do not have the grandeur like Versailles or Palace Sanssouci has. Greatly influenced by the arts of middle age, Renaissance, Barocco in 17th century and Rococo in 18th century, these castles symbolize unique mixture of varieties of cultures transpiring unforgettable impressions. Due to financial difficulties of being not able to continue by their own power, these castles are now overtaken and sponsored by local governments or foundations to restore their original appearances and carry new functions. These castles are now mostly renewed to be ideal venues for festivals and art activities or exhibitions. The following introduced castles are very close to Weng-Hennen House reachable by car or public transportations.

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