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A small nation located at the crossroads of Europe, Luxembourg neighbors Germany, Belgium, and France. The country is a microcosm of European culture and renowned for its fortified towns and scenic natural beauty. The landscape is mostly rural with several alpine lakes, natural reserves, lush forests, rugged rock formations, and sparkling brooks. Major natural landmarks in Luxembourg are the Ardennes Mountains, Moselle river valley, and rocky gorges of the Mullerthal region. Visitors will find here dedicated cycling and hiking trails winding through the countryside alongside vast vineyards. Luxembourg stretches across 57 km and 82 km at its widest and longest points respectively. A charming slice of northern Europe, Luxembourg consistently ranks among the world's top three wealthiest countries. The country has recovered impressively from the extensive destruction during World War II. History enthusiasts would like to explore the country’s war museums and memorials which document and remember the turbulent events of World War II. Luxembourg is a cosmopolitan country with a high standard of living and glorious landscapes.

Popular Destinations in Luxembourg

Luxembourg City

Nesteld amid deep gorges cut by the Petrusse and Alzette rivers, Luxembourg city is famed for its ruins of medieval fortifications. Historically, the capital of Luxembourg has been strategically important for centuries and fortified by several different European rulers. Luxembourg city is home to three major UNESCO World Heritage Sites, namely, the Old Town, the Fortress of Luxembourg City, and the Bock Casemates. The Old Town is lined with historic landmarks, such as the 16th century Grand Ducal Palace and the Notre-Dame Cathedral. Place Guillaume II and Place d’Armes are the main plazas in the Old Town. The former hosts morning markets, and the latter hosts summer concerts and features sidewalk cafes. The city is lined with several museums and parks such as National Museum of History and Art, Luxembourg City History Museum, Parc Merl, and Municipal Park. Art enthusiasts must visit MUDAM, a famous modern-art museum, in the Kirchberg District.

Echternach

The oldest town in Luxembourg, Echternach is among Europe’s earliest cultural centers. Founded in the 7th century by an English monk, the medieval city is most famously known for its exceptional ancient architecture. The Peter and Paul Parish Church, Roman Basilica, Rococo Pavilion, and Roman Villa are the most prominent examples of ancient architecture in Echternach. Nearby, the Echternach lake hosts several activities annually, such as the e-Lake Festival. Echternach is lined with a number of historic landmarks and museums such as the Abbey of Echternach, Abbey's Basilica of St Willibrord, Abbey Museum, and the Orangerie. Most notable is the Prehistory Museum which traces mankind's history over the past one million years. Echternach hosts prominent festivals such as La Charly Gaul, Echternach International Music Festival and the Mill Man Trail.

Esch-sur-Alzette

The second largest city in Luxembourg, Esch-sur-Alzette, is renowned for its lively past and architectural charms created by prominent architects Violet le Duc, Gottfried Bohm, Peter Rice, and Joseph Stubben. The cosmopolitan city features multiple cultural attractions such as Belvedere, Berwart Tower, metallurgical factories, and St. Joseph’s Church. The National Museum of the Resistance is dedicated to the history of German occupation of Luxembourg during World War II. The museum showcases multiple exhibits on the treatment of Luxembourg's Jews and Nazi concentration camps. Other major attractions in Esch-sur-Alzette are Lankelz miniature railway, Conservatoire de Musique, and Theatre d’Esc.

Best Time to Visit Luxembourg

Luxembourg is a year-round destination. The best time to take Luxembourg flights is May, June, July and December when the temperatures are moderate, and the country maintains its festive charm. For those who want economical flights, August to September is the ideal time to take cheap flights to Luxembourg.

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