Nestled in the heart of western Europe, the capital city of Luxembourg is landlocked by France, Germany and Belgium. With its long-standing architecture peppered among sprawling urban landscapes, Luxembourg offers visitors captivating contrasts of old and new.
Luxembourg City is small enough to explore on foot, and while it is compact, it still offers visitors a wealth of attractions including The Bock (a dramatic rocky outcrop steeped in history), underground passages in Petrusse Casemates, the Palace of the Grand Dukes and the National Museum of Art and History. Take a walk along Place d’Armes (main square) and enjoy the views of the historic buildings and markets. The UNESCO site of Chemin de la Corniche is not to be missed, along with The Family of Man photography exhibition, at Clervaux Castle.
Wine connoisseurs can enjoy the sprawling vineyards in the Moselle valley, stocking up on excellent wines to be paired with local signatures like f'rell am Rèisleck or salt-cured Ardennes ham. Relax in the tranquil, green parks of Merl-Belair or Edmund Klein, where you’ll find many a local enjoying the scenery with a glass of wine and a picnic.