UNESCO recognized Luxembourg City’s fortifications and historical quarter as a World Heritage Site in 1994. Even if you only have an hour or two to spare, explore the city on foot or by bike and take in some remarkable attractions. Mediev...Read more
This tour kicks off right at Europe’s heart. The car park at the European Monument contains a large stone block corresponding to each of the six founding countries of the European Community. Towards the south, the Our Valley quickly narrows and gets p...Read more
With plains and forests, lakes and rivers, the landscapes of Luxembourg are as charming as they are fascinating. And there is no better way of exploring them than on foot. Hiking through Luxembourg, will surprise you at every turn: a picturesque village here, an ancient ruin there and incredible views that will take your breath away. There are so many hiking trails throughout the country that you can explore all five regions of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg this way: from the capital and its surroundings, to the Ardennes, to the Land of the Red Rocks in the south, to the Mullerthal Region and the Moselle Region.
Many exceptionally beautiful circular walks are scattered across the country and lead through breathtaking landscapes. The walking routes not only cross Luxembourg. Some stretch beyond as, i.e., the marvellous cross-border hiking trails within the nature parks of Luxembourg. Furthermore, hikers can select between wide-stretched hiking routes of 40 km, 50 km or 60 km crossing different touristic sites or natural sceneries (possibility to stay overnight on the track). Various walking maps group the hiking routes per region or per theme.
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The Mullerthal Trail stretches over 112 km and consists of three big loops in six stages, each with its own distinctive character.
A quality certified trail through the Luxembourgish Ardennes split up into different stages.
This hiking park has nine cross border routes between Germany and Luxembourg, offering some 170 km of superb hiking trails.
Hiking at highest level await the active and recreation-seeking hikers on the three certified premium trails in the Moselle Region.
Two long-distance European footpaths cross Luxembourg and the country is is also situated on the Way of St. James.
The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg has a network of national footpaths which cover the whole country and link up the biggest tourist sites.
Enjoy your walk and return to the starting point by train with this selection of trails.