Charming villages with old farms, imposing castles and beautiful landscapes. Hundreds of kilometers of hiking and cycling paths wind their way through unspoiled landscapes. The historical heritage is omnipresent, whether in the Valley of the Seven Castles, at the numerous Gallo-Roman sites or in the rural museums.
35 minutes by car, 1 hour by public transport (which is free throughout the country) and 2 hours by bike, immerse yourself in the fascinating history of Luxembourg's old town, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO 25 years ago.
The city of Luxembourg is very lively. With its international flair and the many languages that resonate in its streets, it is a modern and dynamic city. And yet, Luxembourg is also a place where history remains fully perceptible. Indeed, the traces of the old fortress, also called "Gibraltar of the North", which once defended the city and the country, are visible everywhere. A walk along the Alzette river in front of the old Neumünster Abbey in the Grund district offers a stunning view of the imposing walls. From here, you can admire the impressive Bock Rock and the famous casemates, one of the most prominent UNESCO sites. The underground walkways, interrupted by openings in the rock, are the longest in the world.
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