Luxembourg, the capital city of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, is a charming and vibrant destination, brimming with rich history, diverse culture, and modern flair. Nestled among rolling hills, its UNESCO-listed Old Town is a must-see for any visitor. Read more

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Luxembourg City is a harmonious blend of the past and the present. Its heritage is displayed in the Old Town, with fortifications and old quarters perched atop a dramatic cliff, providing breathtaking views of the valleys below. The centuries-old fortifications, the Bock Casemates, are a labyrinth of tunnels and galleries that have played a significant role in the city's defense.

The city is also known for being one of the three official capitals of the European Union and hosts several EU institutions. As a result, it has an international and multicultural vibe, which is reflected in its cuisine, culture, and lifestyle. The city boasts high-end shopping, a lively arts scene, and a variety of world-class restaurants.

Luxembourg City serves as a perfect base for exploring the beautiful countryside, home to lush forests, medieval castles, and picturesque villages. Despite being a bustling capital, the city is surprisingly green, offering many parks and green spaces for leisurely walks and picnics.

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What to do in Luxembourg

The Bock Casemates

Explore the labyrinth of tunnels and galleries in this extensive network of underground fortifications.

Grand Ducal Palace

The city residence of the Grand Duke of Luxembourg, where one can admire the Flemish Renaissance architecture.

Notre-Dame Cathedral

A beautiful cathedral combining late Gothic architecture with Renaissance adornments.

Mudam Luxembourg - The Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art

Home to a diverse collection of modern and contemporary art.

Place Guillaume II

A lively town square where one can visit the Town Hall and the statue of Grand Duke William II.

The Pfaffenthal Lift

Offers panoramic views of the city and connects Pfaffenthal and Ville Haute.

National Museum of History and Art

Explore Luxembourg's history and culture through the extensive collections of artefacts and artworks.

Fort Thüngen

A historic fort that now houses the Dräi Eechelen Museum, recounting 500 years of the city's history.


This picturesque quarter is home to narrow, winding streets, beautiful buildings, and a laid-back atmosphere.

Parc Merveilleux

An amusement park ideal for families, with a variety of animals, playgrounds, and rides.

What else to visit
In and around Luxembourg

Bastogne War Museum (35.38 km)

In the heart of Luxembourg, the Bastogne War Museum stands as a solemn reminder of the sacrifices made during World War II's Battle of the Bulge. It's a place of reflection, education, and homage to the valor displayed during one of the war's most intense

Dinant (97.64 km)

Dinant is a picturesque town in Belgium, renowned for its dramatic cliffside setting and imposing collegiate church. With its rich history, vibrant culture, and breathtaking landscapes, Dinant is a gem waiting to be explored.

Aachen (106.35 km)

Discover Aachen, Germany’s westernmost city, where Charlemagne's legacy endures amidst hot springs, historic architecture, and a vibrant academic scene.

Citadelle Namur (115.29 km)

Perched high above the confluence of the Meuse and Sambre rivers, the Citadelle of Namur stands as a silent sentinel, guarding the rich history and strategic importance of the Wallonian capital, Namur.

Marksburg (119.83 km)

Perched majestically on a hill along the Rhine River, Marksburg Castle stands as one of the most well-preserved medieval fortresses in Germany.

Bonn (123.01 km)

Bonn, a vibrant city on the banks of the Rhine River, boasts a rich tapestry of history and culture. As the former capital of West Germany, it played a pivotal role in shaping modern German history and is home to a myriad of landmarks and institutions.

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