A fine historic city located in the southern region and lies in the heart of Western Europe. Dating back to the Roman era but now having a mix of old and new dwellings. Visit the many quarters to benefit its history many with narrow streets.
Visit the old city steeped in history from the Roman era explore the Mudam Museum for Modern Art situated in the Fort Thungen, formerly a key part of the city’s fortifications. Go to the top of one of the old Roman roads to get the full amazing scenic view of the old city.
Visit the Grand Dual Palace where the Grand Duke performs many of his duties and being his official residence and the 1613 Notre Dame Cathedral being the only cathedral in all of Luxembourg.
Go to the upper part of the city getting the best view of the Grund Quarter located on the river Alzette looking over the National Museum of Natural History well worth a visit located on the eastern bank. Next to the museum is the Neumunster Abbey a cultural centre with many exhibitions.
In the Ville Haute Quarter go to the Monument of Remembrance a 21 metre tall gilded bronze statue of a lady holding out a laurel wreath on its top section. The 1860 Hotel De La Chambre now the seat of for chambers of deputies another fine building.
In the Gare Quarter find the Am Tunnel an art gallery situated in a tunnel part of the underground casements of the city’s ancient fortress.