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Inspiring road trips through Luxembourg Grand Tour du Luxembourg

Memorable road trips

It’s freedom on wheels. Pack some spare time, roll down your window, feel the wind in your hair, enjoy the gently winding roads. A perfect recipe for an unforgettable road trip.

The Grand Duchy has a lovely capital city and five gorgeous regions with distinct characters. At 2’600 square kilometres, it is a country of short distances. Everything from rock formations and castles to modern architecture is essentially ‘around the corner’. The winding roads, often along babbling brooks, are surrounded by vast greenery and panoramic views.

It’s not just for car aficionados. It’s a perfect environment to create lasting memories for everyone.

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Visitors who want to discover the country can treat themselves to the Grand Tour du Luxembourg. There are over 200 signposts to guide you along this 450 km national tour. Along the official route, many shorter, regional routes will inspire you to explore.

The Guttland Centre Tour and the Guttland West Tour will lead you through the tranquil Guttland region. Located in the heart of Luxembourg, it’s a region marked by rolling hills, beautiful valleys, dense forests and many archaeological sites, some dating all the way back to antiquity.

The Éislek Tour will take you through sprawling landscapes and thick forests. This northern region is known for its hilly roads, castles, museums and places of remembrance.

Follow the Mullerthal Tour to see the deep sandstone ravines. Gently winding streets lead through the lush forests of “Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland” to create an impressive experience.

Take the Moselle Tour to explore Luxembourg’s wine country. Drive along the meandering river, experience the colourful change of seasons in the vineyards and visit picturesque villages.

The Tour am Minett in the former industrial heartland of Luxembourg melds nature, steel and culture. Enjoy the land of red earth and all its diversity.

  • Grand Tour du Luxembourg - map

    pdf | 16.06 MB

    The map is not only for classic car fans, but for anyone wishing to hit the road to explore the beauty of the country. It provides a geographic orientation of signposted routes as well as practical information. Discover the different road trips around the country on more than 450 km of varied routes. One map in four languages (DE, FR, EN, NL).

    Download - Grand Tour du Luxembourg - map | pdf | 16.06 MB

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  • © Visit Luxembourg
    Grand Tour du Luxembourg
    Distance: 454,74 km
    Duration: 7:00 h
    Difficulty: easy
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  • © Visit Luxembourg
    Éislek Tour - Grand Tour du Luxembourg
    Distance: 254,18 km
    Duration: 3:55 h
    Difficulty: easy
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  • © Pancake!, Visit Luxembourg
    Guttland WEST Tour – Grand Tour du Luxembourg
    Distance: 133,85 km
    Duration: 2:05 h
    Difficulty: easy
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  • © Pancake!, Visit Luxembourg
    Guttland CENTRE Tour – Grand Tour du Luxembourg
    Distance: 100,98 km
    Duration: 1:35 h
    Difficulty: easy
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  • © Pancake, Visit Luxembourg
    Moselle Tour - Grand Tour du Luxembourg
    Distance: 119,00 km
    Duration: 1:50 h
    Difficulty: easy
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  • © Tom Barnich, Tom Barnich
    Mullerthal Tour - Grand Tour du Luxembourg
    Distance: 120,37 km
    Duration: 1:50 h
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  • © Pancake!, Visit Luxembourg
    Tour am Minett - Grand Tour du Luxembourg
    Distance: 99,04 km
    Duration: 3:00 h
    Difficulty: easy
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Important notes

  • Follow the indicactions through the GPX data.
  • The course of the Grand Tour du Luxembourg is also signposted in the approach to any crossroads that require you to change direction.
  • The signposting shows you the direction; if you just keep to the same road, there will not be a signpost.
  • The Grand Tour is only signposted in one direction (counterclockwise).
  • The signage consists of a 30x30cm sign with a white background and a dark green arrow indicating the direction.
  • The logo of the Grand Tour du Luxembourg is always under the arrow. 

Signposting examples

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