Culture, cuisine and everything in between
This tiny country really packs a punch - visit the Moselle region for fine wine, hike along the Mullerthal Trail or take in some modern art. Luxembourg is a beautiful country not to be missed.
What better way to enjoy Luxembourg's plentiful countryside than a hike? The Mullerthal Trail passes through 'Luxembourg's Little Switzerland' and covers forests, pastures, canyons and crazy rock formations. The hilly landscape and eerie sculptures make the Luxembourg Ardennes region an excellent area for a hike.
Tip: The Tripe Waterfall is an ideal place to stop off and have a picnic.
Explore one of the most beautiful valleys in Luxembourg and the birthplace of the country's wine. Opt for one of the many themed 'wine route' hikes to really get a taste of the region. Be on the lookout for the spectacular Caves St-Martin; where you'll discover all about the process of wine making in the region. During the summer months why not hire a bike and cycle along the Moselle River – the scenery along the bike tracks here is simply stunning!
Luxembourg is a museum lover's dream - take a day out and visit as many as you can.
The Museum of Modern Art Grand Duke JEAN (MUDAM) celebrates modern art and includes collections by Steve McQueen. Really worth seeing is the History Museum; taking you back in time as far as the 10th century. The Battle of the Bulge, as the name suggests, is an interesting documentation of the infamous battle on the Western Front.
Tip: After working up a hunger, head to the Old Town for a spot of al fresco dining on beautiful tree-lined Place d'Armes.
Prices quoted are based on the lowest available Standard Class adult return fare.
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