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Contact:

Luxembourg City Tourist Office (LCTO)
P.O. Box 181
L-2011 Luxembourg
30, place Guillaume II
L-1648 Luxembourg
T +352 22 28 09 | F +352 46 70 70
| www.lcto.lu

Lëtzebuerg (Luxembourg) West Region
1, rue de l'Eglise
L-7481 Tuntange
T: +352 26 61 06 80
| www.letzebuergwest.lu


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Luxembourg, the Capital City and Surroundings

Mamer, Centre Culturel 'Kinneksbond' © Kinneksbond

Luxembourg, Grand Ducal Palace © Christian Millen
Sightseeing tour Luxembourg city © Sébastien Grébille
Luxembourg, Bock Casemates © LCTO
Luxembourg, ING Night Marathon 2013 © Roland Miny
Luxembourg-Kirchberg, Musée d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean (MUDAM) © Ministère de l'Economie
Luxembourg, Pétrusse Valley © Christophe Van Biesen
Luxembourg, Rock um Knuedler, Ben Harper © LCTO
Luxembourg, Place de la Constitution 'Gëlle Fra' © Sébastien Grébille
Luxembourg-Kirchberg, Centre National Sportif et Culturel d'Coque © d'Coque
Luxembourg-Kirchberg, Philharmonie © Ministère de l'Economie
Luxembourg, Night of the museums (Musée National d'Histoire Naturelle - MNHN) © Olivier Minaire
Luxembourg, Bock promontory 'Stierchen' © Fabrizio Maltese
Luxembourg, Neumünster Abbey © Sabino Parente
Luxembourg, quarter 'Grund' © Tom Philippart
Mamer, Centre Culturel 'Kinneksbond' © Kinneksbond
Koerich Castle Festival Médiéval © Jeannot Weber
Strassen Les Thermes ext © AC Strassen
Strassen Les Thermes © AC Strassen
Useldange Castle by night © AC Useldange

Capital of a small country, Luxembourg City is nevertheless a lively and bustling town. A real cultural platform, it abounds in venues for artistic expression, such as museums, theatres and concert halls. The centre of the country is also home to no less than 150 different nationalities that have chosen to live in a city at the heart of action. The cultural program that makes up Luxembourg is made in the image of its city dwellers: multilingual, multicultural, creative and eclectic.

Luxembourg: city of contrasts

Nowhere else in Europe will you find such a discrete and dynamic mixture of ancient fortresses and contemporary architecture. Moreover, the Old City of Luxembourg has long been part of the UNESCO World Heritage. High-tech buildings run alongside historic monuments reflecting a rich tapestry of urban experience. In short: Luxembourg is a modern city with deep roots.


Grand Ducal Palace of Luxembourg in Europe

The green lungs of the city

One third of the surface of the city of Luxembourg is covered with beautifully landscaped green spaces. The abundance of parks and gardens passing through the capital of Luxembourg makes a green belt where life is good. Discover Luxembourg’s unique sights, culture and history, during a tour of the city by tourist bus.

Buzzing business platform

Renowned for its banking center, one often forgets that the city of Luxembourg is also the headquarters of many European institutions. But furthermore, Luxembourg is an excellent platform for dynamic business activity that is heterogeneous but not limited to financial activities. Discover Luxembourg through the ages by traversing its architectural landscape from the historical city centre to its modern business centres.