Living in the green and close to the pulse - Korschenbroich manages this balancing act. It consists of lively villages with tradition and offers the immediate proximity to the bustling metropolises of North Rhine-Westphalia.
The city offers its more than 33,000 inhabitants on 55 square kilometers high residential and recreational quality for all ages and versatile shopping.
If you want to combine movement and culture, you can discover many interesting sights from the past on a historical journey through the 55 square kilometer city area.
Nestled in the typical Lower Rhine landscape with fields, meadows and forests, surrounded by the cities of Mönchengladbach, Krefeld, Neuss, Dusseldorf and Cologne, Korschenbroich in the west of the Rhein-Kreis Neuss is a city with pleasant living quality.
Korschenbroich has developed an attractive economic profile with medium-sized businesses and trade. Commercial areas totaling around 134 hectares offer space for expansion and free settlement capacity.
Varied sports and cultural offers enable an attractive leisure time. Spacious sports facilities, riding stables, two golf courses and an indoor pool provide as much variety as numerous cycling and hiking trails through the charming Lower Rhine countryside. The cultural offer in Korschenbroich is extensive and of high quality and also contributes to the quality of life in the city. The spectrum ranges from cabaret to jazz, concerts and piano serenades to exhibitions, children's theater and youth concerts.
The cultivation of customs and sociability is very important in Korschenbroich. The numerous marksmen and home associations have a high priority in all parts of Korschenbroich.
Korschenbroich is modern and steeped in history at the same time. The history of the city, which grew out of the formerly independent communities Korschenbroich, Pesch, Glehn, Kleinenbroich and Liedberg, document numerous half-timbered houses and mansions.
Numerous cycling and hiking trails lead through the charming landscape in the city area. Here you can find rest - whether in the silence of nature or encounters with history.
Special attractions include the castles and manor houses or the historic village Liedberg with its half-timbered houses, the Hague, the mill tower, the sand farm and the widely visible Kurkölnische country castle.
Sports enthusiasts will get their money's worth in Korschenbroich. Spacious sports facilities, an indoor pool, riding stables and two golf courses offer varied opportunities for an attractive leisure time. Numerous sports clubs offer a varied offer for all ages.
A sporting attraction is the annual International Korschenbroich City Run, which attracts high-caliber athletes, enthusiastic recreational athletes and many visitors.
CULTURE AND EVENTS
An extensive cultural offer completes the leisure offer. The numerous city events - such as the political cabaret evenings - are complemented by the varied performances of local clubs and other institutions. Special highlights in the cultural calendar include the International Organ Week and the biennial organ competition.
Socializing is very important in Korschenbroich. This is ensured by numerous clubs as well as shooting and home festivals
"Tach auch" - in the green west of the republic. The Lower Rhine region impresses with its unique flora and fauna, heathlands, forests, lakes and rivers in two beautiful nature parks. And a green border to Holland, on which you can hike on excellent premium trails at any time.
The Lower Rhine region fascinates with its multitude of exciting sights. Whether cultural highlights such as historic city centers, museums, theaters and musicals or music festivals and the traditional carnival. If you prefer to be on the move, the Lower Rhine offers a wide range of options: various water sports, extensive golf courses and one of the most extensive cycling and hiking trails in Europe. If you are looking for relaxation, you will find many varied leisure pools with versatile sauna and wellness areas on the Lower Rhine. For the animal lovers there are numerous animal parks, game enclosures and riding stables. If you are looking for a souvenir or suitable gift, you will not only find small farm shops with home-made products from the region but also large shopping centers such as the CentrO in Oberhausen.
On the Lower Rhine there are various amusement parks, which are particularly suitable for children and their culinary offer and their variety of attractions also fun for the whole family.
If you want to get to know the Lower Rhine from its culinary side, then you are in the right place in the numerous restaurants, cafes and beer gardens. Here you will find a varied range of homemade regional specialties and seasonal dishes such as Niederrheinischer Jägerkohl.