The idyllic Guttland region in central Luxembourg welcomes visitors with lush meadows, gently curving roads and the characteristic Valley of the Seven Castles.
Guttland is a green paradise in the centre of the country, offering nature-lovers lush green meadows, exceptional views and rural villages. Relax and wander through Guttland’s characteristic Valley of the Seven Castles and then visit and admire the buildings that bear witness to Luxembourg's rich history. Wander through the gardens of Ansembourg Castle, with its many plants, fruit trees, terraces and fountains that inspire respect and serenity.
Cyclists can also cross the region, notably on the Attert cycle path, a former railway line between Belgium and the Grand Duchy. A hike along the Alzette valley path will take you through through the rose garden of Walferdange and the orchards of the farms that have shaped this region rich in scents and flavours. Immerse yourself in a region that promises myriad delights and a standing invitation to relax and wind down.