As the 7th smallest country in Europe but if you love the gentle, charm, quaint and quiet beauty of Europe, you must definitely go to Luxembourg. Surrounded by famous powers are Belgium, Germany and France, Luxembourg stands out for its diverse and unique topography with dense forests and plateaus in the north and many valleys and canyons in the south and southeast. Traveling to Luxembourg, you will clearly feel the wonderful mix between Luxembourgish culture and the wonderful cultures of Europe. So, what to do and how to plan a budget perfect trip to Luxembourg for the first-time? Let’s check out our Luxembourg travel blog (Luxembourg blog) with the fullest Luxembourg travel guide (Luxembourg guide, Luxembourg tourist guide) from how to get, best time to come, where to stay, best places to visit and top things to do to find out the answer!
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Luxembourg City is also the capital city of Luxembourg. It has a unique topography when it is divided into two regions: Ville Haute (High City) and Ville Basse (Low City). Ville Haute temporarily called the “High City” is the place with all services, amusement parks, entertainment venues, Vieille Ville (Old Town) or City Town Hall. Ville Basse (Low City) is home to all of the most famous tourist attractions: Castles, canals, forests… all creating a mixture of nature and man-made, old and modern. So, you will find this city is very interesting and full of surprises. If you do not have much time, you should prioritize exploring Ville Basse with the key points you cannot miss below.
Luxembourg travel blog: Overview of Luxembourg
Luxembourg is a country located in Western Europe located entirely in the continent, bordering France, Germany and Belgium. Covering an area of only about 2,586 square kilometers with a population of more than 640,000 people (as of Feb 2021), 67% are Roman Catholics. This country is also the last territory in the world where the head of the country is a Grand Duke or Lady of the Grand Duke (Grand Duchess). Due to it is located in the heart of Western Europe, from Luxembourg you can easily travel to other large and small cities located around this country.
The Grand Duchy is the state headed by the Grand Duke or Grand Duchess – a title under the king but superior to the Governor-General. So, Luxembourg is the only country in the world to have (female) the Grand Duchess, not the King like other countries.
The Grand Duchy is a term traditionally used by kings to refer to his vassal states. The name is derived from the event in 1815 when the Netherlands became an independent kingdom (Kingdom of Holland (1806–1810)) and Luxembourg was assigned to King Willem I of the Netherlands at that time.
Until 1890 when the Dutch King and the Grand Duke of Luxembourg died without a son succeeding the throne that the two states were separated with Princess Wilhelmina holding the Dutch throne and The Adolphe Duke of Nassau reigned the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
Some interesting facts about Luxembourg:
- Luxembourg is a multicultural country with 3 official languages: German, French and Luxembourg. In fact, the Luxembourgish language is German but is pronounced in Luxembourgish style, so most Germans cannot understand and they see Luxembourgish as a local dialect.
- In addition, Luxembourg (German) is the national language – that is the main language is taught at schools in Luxembourg but the daily communication language is French. This I testify is true.
- I went from Cologne to Luxembourg when I hitchhiked thanks to the kindness of a German uncle, he said even though it was all German but what Luxembourgers said he could not understand. Also in supermarkets, signs and conversations I see people talking in French.
- Another interesting thing is that Luxembourg has a very high cultural diversity. Even in the capital Luxembourg city, nearly 50% are foreigners with more than 150 different nationalities living here, but the most foreigner here is still Portugal and some Balkans.
- In 1957, Luxembourg became one of the six founding countries of the European Coal and Steel Community (a precursor to the European Union) and in 1999, it entered the Eurozone. It is also a co-founding member of many international organizations such as the European Union, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), United Nations.
- Luxembourg, along with Brussels (Belgium) and Strasbourg (France) are home to the headquarters of the following organizations: European Union, European Court, European Investment Bank, European Investment Fund.
- Luxembourg economy thrives mainly on the steel industry and currently has a major shift to the finance and banking industry. (Currently this industry contributes 28% of the GDP of Luxembourg). This is considered a paradise for multinational corporations and companies because the tax rates are quite low.
- Luxembourg is the country with the highest GDP per capita in the world, with 115,839 USD / capita (2019).
Luxembourg travel blog: When to visit?
The climate of Luxembourg has 4 distinct seasons: Spring (March, April, May) – Summer (June, July, August) – Autumn (September, October, November) – Winter (December, January, February). Like neighboring countries, the weather in Luxembourg is quite mild, the summers are warm and the winters are not too cold. Therefore, visitors do not need to worry too much about the weather when traveling to Luxembourg and can come here at anytime of year. However, at certain times of the year, attractions may close or open for a shorter period of time.
There is also an advice for visitors to enjoy a perfect Luxembourg trip, you should come here in the spring. Because at that time the weather is quite pleasant, green plants and the colorful flowers. July and August are also not a bad choice, because this is the peak tourist season when all attractions in this small country are open but pricing of services is pretty higher.
Autumn is also an ideal time to visit the North of this country. At that time, the weather is not too cold and the forests begin to change its color leaves giving you the scenery that could not be better of Europe in the fall.
Luxembourg travel guide: How to get there?
Pre the Covid-19 pandemic, on some days, Luxembourg has nine flights to London, the world’s financial center just 1 hour flight away. Travel to Paris from Luxembourg also takes less than 1 hour by plane and 2 hours if traveling by TGV high-speed train.
You also getting to Luxembourg from other European cities by plane or train or bus which is quite easy and convenient.
Luxembourg blog: Getting around Luxembourg
The public transport system in Luxembourg is very convenient and easy to use. All information about the timetable for all public transportation is combined on a website called Mobility Centre which is very convenient for travelers who want to search. Although the city center of Luxembourg City – the largest city in the country of the same name is quite small and you absolutely walking between attractions. However, you can also try the city’s bus system which is also a great option when you’re tired of walking.
Despite being one of the richest countries in the world, it is astounding that the cost of public transport is among the cheapest in Europe. Perhaps because the government has a policy that urges its people to move towards using public transport more (more than 60% of commuters use private car) and wants to close the gap between rich and poor, so the cost of traveling here is really very cheap.
Even the Luxembourg government is planning to offer free public transport by March 2020 and become the first country in the world to have a free public transport system. (Update: On March 1, 2020 all public transport including trains, trams and buses in the country was free).
At the time of my travel to Luxembourg at the end of 2019, the travel fare here is only €2/trip, €4/day and if you are under 20 years old, it is completely free. In addition, the public transport is also free on Saturdays for everyone.
You should buy Luxembourg Card – A visit and travel card which including free public transport traveling and free admission to more than 60 museums, castles and other attractions, places to visit.
Indeed, I am stunned at the price of €13/day of traveling but you can go anywhere you want while traveling in Luxembourg if you own this card. Being a small country, so with this card, you can go to any city in Luxembourg too, even can be used to go to Trier – the German city bordering Luxembourg but also is another ineresting place to visit.
As you can see in the picture above, the price per day is 13 euros and if you go in groups of 2-5 people, it is only 28 euros. You can buy this Card via the Visit Luxembourg app (iOS, Android) or go directly to the Luxembourg railway station to buy it. In addition to the card above, it is accompanied by a booklet introducing 60 free entrance attractions throughout Luxembourg.
Note: A small note is that this card is only valid for the day, meaning that after 12PM, it is invalid, not 24 hours type like in other European cities.
Moreover, this card can be used to traveling throughout the country, so you can use it to get to the airport from the center. Luxembourg has only one airport and is about 20 minutes from the center of the capital. Every 10 minutes there will be a bus trip going here.
Luxembourg travel blog: Where to go and what to do?
Grand Ducal Palace was built in 1573 and is located in the old town in the heart of the capital. This palace is the residence and working place of many Great Dukes – the highest ruler in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
This palace has been chosen as the venue for important national events as well as officially welcoming politicans from other countries.
You should book a tour online or buy a ticket from the Luxembourg City Tourist Office at Place Guillaume II to visit this Luxembourg tourist destination. There are daily 2, 3 English tours at noon and 5 pm.
Address: 17 Rue du Marché-aux-Herbes, 1728 Luxembourg
Architectural style: Renaissance architecture
Opening time: From mid July to August every year.
Ticket price: €12 and taking photos will not allow inside. I went at Christmas time, so it was closed.
This is the Roman Catholic church of the city of Luxembourg built in Gothic architecture mixed with Renaissance and Baroque styles. The church was built in the 17th century and by 1870, it was promoted to Notre-Dame Cathedral. Inside the church there is the statue of Mary, the two saint Peter and Paul and the architectural interior is decorated in Renaissance style with many colorful glass windows.
The crypt is where the remains of many famous bishops and rulers of Luxembourg are kept. Every year, Notre Dame Cathedral is a crowded gathering place for everyone during the Octave of Our Lady of Luxembourg (the 5th Sunday after Easter). On this day, the statue of Our Lady will be paraded throughout the streets and pilgrims will pray on this occasion for the protection of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Address: Rue Notre Dame, 2240 Luxembourg
Casemates du Bock
The Fort Casemates du Bock is a castle with corridors built from rock emerging the Alzette River and surrounded on all three sides. This Luxembourg tourist destination was voted as the top most famous historical place of the city of Luxembourg.
The ruins of the old castle and the huge system of corridors and galleries known as the castle Casemates du Bock are the most impressive highlights when referring to this place. With a total length of 23 km and a depth of up to 40 meters, these tunnels can hold up to 50 cannons and more than 1,200 soldiers.
Today this historical relic remains about 17 km of tunnels and has been recognized by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage.
Address: 10 Montée de Clausen, 1343 Luxembourg
Ticket price: Free if you have a Luxembourg card.
Chemin de la Corniche
The Le Chemin de la Corniche is also known as “the most beautiful balcony in Europe” running along the Alzette valley with ancient bridges, defensive walls built by the Spanish and French in the 17th century and canals. It was voted as the 2nd among the top destinations on TripAdvisor travel website. Therefore, you absolutely should not miss it if you have the opportunity to come here.
This place is like the upper path where the fortified walls are bound and you can panoramic view of the Alzette valley.
Address: Chemin de la Corniche, 1945 Luxembourg
- Mudam – The Contemporary Art Museum of Luxembourg
- National Museum of History and Art
- National Museum of Military History
- Musée du Luxembourg
- National Museum of Natural History
Luxembourg is a small country, but it owns many interesting museums. During my trip to Luxembourg, due to I did not have much time, so I only visited two museums: National Museum of History and Art and Luxembourg National Museum of Natural History. I also wanted to go to Mudam museum, but unfortunately that day was closed, so I missed it.
About the two museums I have visited, the National Museum of History and Art displays art works and artifacts about many different aspects of Luxembourg. The museum has 7 floors with each different theme on each floor. There are galleries display the development history of Luxembourg to modern times. There are galleries of paintings and pictures that created by famous Luxembourg artists. Or there are galleries that specialize in currencies, badges and many other related to Grand Dukes.
The biggest downside here is probably no English illustrations, only German or French. Among 7 floors, there are only 1, 2 floors with English guide, so although there are many things to explore, I do not understand the content of those artifacts. The interesting thing is that there is a floor displaying some rock samples from all over the world and there is a small sample taken from Dalat, Vietnam as well.
The National Museum of Natural History is smaller, consists of only 3 floors and focuses mainly on displaying species from animals, birds to aquatic animals. It also introduces a little about the planets that revolve around the sun.
In general, Luxembourg has a lot of interesting museums, if you have a passion to learn about the museums, then traveling to Luxembourg within 1 day is completely not enough. Only the above two museums have taken me at least 4, 5 hours, so if you intend to go to the museum when you come here, you should consider planning a slightly longer itinerary.
Because I come here during Christmas time, I also visit some of the markets here. The largest Christmas market in Luxembourg is located in the old town and the main streets right near the Notre Dame Cathedral.
Personally, I see the Christmas market is also quite beautifully decorated, maybe not as beautiful as in Germany but still better than Sweden or Finland. However, the Christmas atmosphere here is not as bustling as the neighboring countries. Before I came here, I visited Cologne and the neighboring cities and found that Christmas in Germany is much more crowded than Luxembourg.
Referring to Luxembourg is referring to the ancient castles built many centuries ago, representing a culture that was once formed and developed in this country. Typically among the castles in Luxembourg is the name Vianden.
Located right in the Northeast of Luxembourg, Vianden castle is testament to the achievements in legendary Gothic architecture style left by the talented “architects” of the Middle Ages. Stepping into the castle you will feel like you are lost in a mythical fairytale world with green forests surrounded, in the middle is a typical romantic classic architecture. Visitors will not be able to miss the chance to see a beauty radiating from Viaden Castle, the largest castle in the west of the Rhine River. Around the castle is a very beautiful and airy landscape. All create a magical picture.
Standing still over centuries to this day, Vianden Castle is always the pride of Luxembourgers and is a living history museum for visitors who want to learn about this beautiful country.
Address: Montée du Château, 9408 Vianden, Luxembourg
Grevenmacher Butterfly Garden
Although not a country with a diverse flora and fauna, Luxembourg also owns a large-scale butterfly garden with many beautiful and colorful butterflies. More specifically, among them are the most rare and precious species today. Here you can also see the wonderful birth of butterflies from the pupal stage. The butterfly garden is only open regularly between months in April and October. This is one of the most interesting places in Luxembourg.
Address: 56 Route de Trèves, 6793 Grevenmacher, Luxembourg
This is a famous wine cellar which located inside the rocky mountain, come here visitors not only can explore nature, admire the unique architecture in the cellar but especially you will enjoy a delicious glass of wine which brewed in the traditional recipe.
Address: 53 Route de Stadtbredimus, 5570 Remich, Luxembourg
Hours: 10AM–12PM/Tuesday: 1:30–5:30PM/Monday: Closed
You should visit and admire the beauty of the Adolphe bridge – one of the symbols of this country. Built in 1900, the Adolphe Bridge offers a distinct charm by its unique arch architecture. Visiting Adolphe Bridge and watching the sunset fall is also an interesting thing that many tourists love.
Address: Uewerstad, 1212 Luxembourg
Construction started: July 14, 1900
Clearance below: 42 m
The Family of Man
The Family of Man is a Steichen’s gallery which according to him, it represents “the pinnacle of his career”. With 503 photos selected from 2 million photos of other photographers around the world. These pictures represent human emotions in love, joy and pain of war, sickness and death. The exhibition even turned into a book of the same name and was printed in 38 different languages. More than 9 million people have come to visit and see the exhibition. It is permanently displayed in Clervaux. In 2003 this gallery was recognized by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage.
Address: Montée du Château, 9712 Clervaux, Luxembourg
Hours: 12–6PM/Monday, Tuesday: Closed
The Moselle River originates from the Ballon d’Alsace in the Vosges mountain. The river flows through Lorraine in the western Vosges. The Moselle valley divides the terrain into two mountainous regions, Eifel and Hunsrück. The river is 546 km long with a coal mining and steel production industrial zone in the Moselle valley between Nancy, Thionville, Metz. It is famous for its wine. When you cruising or riding along the Moselle River you will see some beautiful castles built near the Moselle River.
Bernkastel-Kues is the largest city in the Moselle Valley in Luxembourg. The city is located on Mount Olymp, 415 meters above sea level. In this city, archaeologists have uncovered the earliest evidence of humans living around 3000 BC. Coming here you should explore its famous wineries.
Located in the beautiful valley of Moselle, Cochem Castle is considered one of the most prominent classical structures in Luxembourg. Contrary to the romantic and serene beauty of Vianden Castle, Cochem Castle brings in its majesty and grandeur, making visitors surprised when they first visit the Moselle valley. Green moss covered the defensive walls along with the its quite high location creating a rare and noble power.
With a long history, this castle will also be a suitable place for visitors who want to learn about the development history of the land of Grand Duchy.
Address: Schlossstraße 36, 56812 Cochem, Germany
Architectural style: Gothic Revival architecture
Fort Thungen is also known as Three Acorns or Drai Eechelen, is a very famous historic fortress located in the city of Luxembourg, the most impressive feature of this fortress is three acorns at the top of the three watchtowers. In 1990, thanks to the attraction of learning about the history around the fortress, the leaders of the city decided to renovate and rebuild to make Fort Thungen a tourist attraction of Luxembourg.
Address: Rives de Clausen, 1499 Lëtzebuerg, Luxembourg
Hours: 10AM–6PM/Monday: Closed
Echternach is a small but cozy town located near the border with Germany. This is one of the most ancient and oldest places in Luxembourg and is famous for its houses from the Middle Ages. Here, you can leisurely walk around the town, visit the Benedictine monastery built in the 17th century, the Roman villa or the town’s church. If you come here in May and June, don’t miss the chance to enjoy the International Music Festival here.
Don’t forget to visit Mullerthal where is known as the little Switzerland thanks to its lush green hills landscape. Here, you should take the time to hiking on the 112km Mullerthal trail through the fields, forests full of romance and enjoy delicious food.
Luxembourg blog: What to eat?
Due to being located among major European countries, its cuisine is heavily influenced by German or French cuisine. That is why the culinary here are extremely diverse but still keep its own “feature” with delicious dishes such as:
This is a traditional Luxembourgish green bean soup with potatoes, bacon, onions or sausage and is considered as a national dish. Some restaurants will add carrots, garlic, celery, even milk or cream. In winter there is nothing better than having a cup of this wonderful soup for a warm meal in Luxembourg.
Friture de la Moselle
This dish originated from the Moselle valley of vinyards. Friture de la Moselle is a traditional fried fish dish eaten by hand. When processing, different types of small freshwater fish will be cleaned and gutted (or left intact if the fish is too small), seasoned with salt and pepper, then dipped in lemon juice first, then put in flour and eggs before frying. It is served with some slices of lemon.
F’rell am Rèisleck
This is a dish made from river trout, which is deep-fried, before continuing to cook in a creamy sauce and Riesling wine.
Like many other traditional Luxembourgish dishes, Rieslingspascchteit is also very popular with the people of this country. This is a cake made from flour with a fragrant crust, crunchy with a layer of minced pork inside mixed with a little wine to create a soft meaty pastry with a very unique wine aroma. Rieslingspaschteit is rated as the most delicious specialty in Luxembourg.
This stew is meticulously prepared with the main ingredient of wild hare meat, marinated for nearly 3 days before cooking with wine and onions in a sauce thickened with hare’s blood and then served with a sauce made from red wine and cognac.
Gromperekichelcher (Potato Pancakes)
This is a traditional dish of Luxembourgers made from ingredients such as potatoes, coriander, mashed onions, then molded into round, flat shape and fried. Although this dish is made from simple ingredients and simple processing but its taste is extremely appealing and crispy.
This is a tart filled with plum jam with a golden brown outer layer, a very delicious speciatly and beautiful appearance.
Kachkéis (Cooked Cheese)
Kachkéis is often served with simple bread or potatoes, it’s simple but is loved by many visitors.
Not only is a famous wine producing country, but in Luxembourg there are also many brewers, not to mention the small beer firms, there are also 5 famous beer brands that are trusted around worldwide such as Mousel, Battin, Diekirch, Bofferding and Simon. The beer here is rich in flavor and has a beautiful golden color.
Luxembourg travel blog: Shopping
After a memorable journey when traveling to Luxembourg you can buy for your relatives, friends or for yourself souvenirs bearing bold cultural and traditional colors such as chocolate, jewelry, bags, figurines, magnets, T-shirts, crafts …
Luxembourg blog: Day trips
Vianden castle is probably the most popular day trip destination today in Luxembourg if you stay in the capital city. This castle is located on the northeast border of Luxembourg and Germany, on a 310m high mountain and overlooks the lovely little village of Vianden and the romantic Our River below.
The castle was built on an ancient Roman watchtower from the 10th century and has undergone many historical events with many destruction and abandonment. This famous Luxembourg tourist destination was only rebuilt in 1962 and completed in 1990.
Ticket price: €7. However, if you have a Luxembourg card, traveling, admission tickets or take the cable car to get here are completely free.
Trier is a small German city, but due to its geographical location on the border with Luxembourg (50km from the capital of Luxembourg city), this is also considered one of the most worthwhile day trip destinations if you intending to travel to Luxembourg with a self-sufficient trip. The city with more than 2000 years of history and many architectural works dating back to the Roman period and recognized by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage has become an important tourist highlight of this city.
The other interesting thing is that even though it is a tourist city in Germany, but with a Luxembourg Card you can still travel here for free, join a free 2 hour guide tour and lots of other interesting activities again. All are free and very close to the capital Luxembourg so why not go?
Luxembourg travel blog: Luxembourg self-sufficient travel itinerary
Luxembourg self-sufficient travel itinerary can last from 3-4 days depending on individual preferences of each visitor. If you only intend to stay in the capital Luxembourg city and walk around the city, 1 day can also do it. However, if you want to visit museums, take some day trips to more remote locations, I think you should stay here for at least 3, 4 days. You can refer to the following self-sufficient Luxembourg travel itinerary:
Most of the tourist attractions of Luxembourg city are located in the old town. So you should take the bus from the central station or from your hotel to come here.
- Day 1: Old Quarter includes: Notre Dame Cathedral –> Grand Ducal Palace –> National Museum of History and Art –> Casemates du Bock –> Chemin de la Corniche –> Grund.
- Day 2: Visiting the Old town near Alzette river and valley below: Walking around the valley –> Visit National Museum of Natural History –> Neimenster. Then take a bus to Mudam museum and Adolphe Bridge.
- Day 3: Take a day trip to Viaden Castle.
- Day 4: Take a day trip to Trier City.
If you have 3 days in Luxembourg, you can follow the above itinerary but remove Trier. If you have only 2 days here, add Vianden Castle on the Day 2 and instead of spend all day to this castle, maybe just 3, 4 hours is enough and skip a few places you are not interested in. Like during my trip, Mudam museum and Grand Ducal Palace were closed, so I couldn’t go inside and had more time than planned.
Luxembourg travel blog: Where to stay?
During my trip to Luxembourg, I stayed at Studio Gasperich (Check rates on Agoda.com or Booking.com). Because I am afraid of the high cost of eating and drinking here, I choose an apartment to stay comfortably. This apartment is 2km from the center as well as tourist destinations. The room is quite good and has a kitchen if you need cooking. Price of €90/night for 2 people. A supermarket is about 5 minutes walk from the house and a bus stop is also nearby. In general, in such a high cost country, €90 for an apartment is very affordable, even cheap.
Below we recommend more best cheap, budget, mid-range and upscale hotels with good ratings and reviews you can refer to.
- Sofitel Luxembourg Le Grand Ducal, a top rated 5-star hotel with room rates from $204/night (Check rates on Agoda.com or Booking.com).
- DoubleTree by Hilton Luxembourg, a top rated 4-star hotel with room rates from $117/night (Check rates on Agoda.com or Booking.com).
- Park Inn by Radisson Luxembourg City, a top rated 4-star hotel with room rates from $126/night (Check rates on Agoda.com or Booking.com).
- Le Royal Hotels & Resorts – Luxembourg, a top rated 5-star hotel with room rates from $235/night (Check rates on Agoda.com or Booking.com).
- Sofitel Luxembourg Europe, a top rated 5-star hotel with room rates from $149/night (Check rates on Agoda.com or Booking.com).
In addition, you can refer to one of the best Airbnb in Luxembourg:
- Charmantes Appartement, Küche, Bad
- Zen Private Room in Comfy Apartment
- Chalet in ruhiger Lage.
- Cozy bedroom in Luxembourg city
- Central and Hip
- Cosy Attic in quiet village – 10min to Kirchberg
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Luxembourg travel blog: Cost of traveling to Luxembourg
- Hotel: €45/day/person
- Eating: €40/day
- Travel cost, admission: 13 €13/day
The cost of traveling to Luxembourg in self-sufficient way at around €100/person/day. The cost is too good for a high income country like Luxembourg. Although hotel room rates and dining are a bit more expensive than other countries, but in return the cost of traveling and admissions are much cheaper, so traveling to Luxembourg is not too expensive compared to other countries in Europe.
Luxembourg guide: Some Luxembourg travel tips you should know before you go
- Regarding food and drink, I find the price is higher than other countries, but it is not too unbearable. The buying cost at supermarkets here is about double compares with supermarkets in the Netherlands, Spain, Austria. However, not everything is also expensive, there are things that are equally priced. I think maybe cheaper than Switzerland.
- Personally, every place in Europe has a cultural, history and attractions worth exploring. And Luxembourg is no exception. Feeling after coming here for myself, Luxembourg is also a worthwhile place to go. It may not be too romantic and flashy here with great works such as Germany, France, and Italy, but there is a very unique feature that I have yet to see in any other European country. There is no old town in Europe that combines in a valley with high rampart walls and a winding river and bridges and houses below. The landscape is a little bit old and peaceful. This unique point is the highlight that makes a difference when talking about Luxembourg tourism, so there is a writer who once said Luxembourg has the most beautiful balcony in Europe.
- Perhaps because Luxembourg is not so prominent as neighboring countries, the time I came here, I saw less tourists than the German city of Cologne that I went a few days earlier. This is probably one of the rare European tourist destinations that I do not feel too crowded or noisy … In return, the community here is very diverse, so when you go on the street you will see all kinds of races, colors, nationalities – a big different feature from other European countries. If you are looking for a destination that is not too bustling and has a speacial thing different unlike no other, then Luxembourg might be the right choice.
Some best day tours, trips, activities and transfer services, tickets in, from and to Luxembourg you can refer to
- Luxembourg: Magical Christmas Tour
- Luxembourg City: Hop On Hop Off Castles & Nature Day Tour
- Luxembourg: Pétrusse Express Train Ticket
- From Brussels: Luxembourg and Dinant Full-Day Private Tour
- Brussels: Luxembourg and Dinant Day Trip
- Luxembourg & Dinant: Full-Day Sightseeing Tour from Brussels
- From Brussels: Day Trip to Luxembourg City
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