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Destinations

Discover the capital and the regions

Let yourself be surprised by Luxembourg’s diversity and enjoy getting to know the multifaceted character of this small land of short distances. Your next destination is never far away, and each area has its own special charm.

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Luxembourg City

The heart of this vibrant, cosmopolitan, modern and simultaneously green capital city beats in the centre of Luxembourg, on impressive historical foundations.

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UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Discover living history at Luxembourg’s four UNESCO World Heritage sites.

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Art & Museums

Cultural immersion. Luxembourg has some sixty museums, which highlight its centuries-old existence, from the Palaeolithic to the immediate present, from the Stone Age to iron ore.

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Festivals & Events

What attracts people to Luxembourg year after year? And what do the locals also look forward to? A whole range of events and festivals that are permanently marked on people’s calendars.

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Food & Drink

Visit Luxembourg to discover food and drink made with high quality ingredients, flavours and regional knowhow.

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Activities with children

Luxembourg is full of activities for family fun whatever the weather.

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The five regions

Luxembourg City is almost completely surrounded by the idyllic Guttland region, which welcomes visitors with lush countryside and the characteristic Valley of the Seven Castles.

In the north, the Éislek region, also known as Luxembourg’s Ardennes, captivates visitors with its rugged natural beauty, panoramic views and famous castles that invite you to get your boots on and explore.

In the north-east, the Mullerthal region, often described as ‘Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland’, the home of magical and mythical rock formations and dense forests is a paradise for fans of outdoor leisure.

In the Moselle region, hikers and other travellers visiting the east of the country will find an opportunity to enjoy fine local wines and specialities in picturesque towns and villages amid the vineyards. The wine village of Schengen stands as a synonym for modern Europe.

In Luxembourg’s south, Minett, or the ‘Land of the Red Rocks’, fascinates visitors with a mixture of industrial heritage and modernity, culture and active nature conservation. 

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Éislek: The north of Luxembourg

Éislek is full of steep valleys, plateaus with breathtaking views and lush forests.

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Mullerthal: Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland

Magical rock formations and footpaths. Welcome to the Mullerthal also known as ‘Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland’.

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Moselle: Luxembourg’s wine region

The Moselle is not just a quiet river. It is also a sunny region with a gentle way of life. 

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Minett: the Land of the Red Rocks

The red-hot heart of the south, was once a flagship of Luxembourg's industry and one of the cradles of the European steel industry.

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Guttland: Central/western region

The idyllic Guttland region in central Luxembourg welcomes visitors with lush meadows, gently curving roads and the characteristic ‘Valley of the Seven Castles’.

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