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Travel Stories

Read our Luci stories – and discover an amazing country!

Luci is not just the name of our print magazine about ‘Destination Luxembourg’. It is a synonym for a unique spirit and an attitude to life that comes alive through stories.

Join us as we discover often very personal success stories from Luxembourg. Get to know the special places throughout the country – like a restaurant in a former pharmacy, or an art gallery built on the historic foundations of our capital city. Find adventure on wild and romantic walks and hiking trails, or join us when we visit a project that proves that the dream of social farming can become a reality.

Luxembourg, a small country with incredibly diverse stories

Order your print copy of Luci and enjoy the delights of leafing through the most wonderful sights and stories from Luxembourg.

Incidentally, the name Luci originates from the name by which Luxembourg was known in the early Middle Ages – Lucilinburhuc, the ‘little castle’.

Luxembourg, a small country with a glorious history and a host of fascinating stories.

Lee Trail Bourscheid

© Alfonso Salguiero
Luxembourg Kirchberg Anne Simon

© Pancake!

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The city, her stage

For theatre director Anne Simon, all the world is a stage. Whether she is inside or outside, everyone is an actor and everyday objects become props. 

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Hotelfachschule EHTL

© Andreas Weis

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Hospitality school

From hospitality to the culinary arts, the Hotel and Tourism School EHTL in Diekirch teaches the art of welcome. Many successful gastronomes started here before taking on the world.

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Cep d'Or Hëttermillen

© Andre Schoesser

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The secret of the golden vine

For centuries, the landscape along the Moselle has been shaped by viticulture. Even the Romans appreciated the terroir in the south-east of Luxembourg. To visit Cep d’Or is to encounter a unique family business.

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Unesco Minett Biopsphere

© Thomas Jutzler

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Man and the Biosphere

In 2020, UNESCO recognised the Minett region as a biosphere reserve. The man-made and rewilded landscapes are truly extraordinary. Discovering them is a magical experience.

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Fëschmaart

© Pancake!

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A bespoke neighbourhood

The Fëschmaart is a village in the city, shaped and brought to life by dedicated merchants and restaurateurs.

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Gastronomy Steinfort

© Hadrien Friob

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The terroir on the plate

In the gastronomy scene of the commune of Steinfort, the concept of “terroir” and seasonal cuisine are of central importance. 

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Rememberance and travel

© Alfonso Salgueiro

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Remember, understand, hope

Travelling to commemorate can be an intense experience, especially for a German who decides to visit several World War II memorials in one day. 

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Poetic in conception, purist in execution

In the historic Bourglinster Castle, René Mathieu conjures up star quality cuisine to enchant his guests. Plants and vegetables play the leading role.

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Viticulturist Georges Schiltz

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“Fru” at heart

Young viticulturist Georges Schiltz set up his own experimental winery on land cultivated for generations.

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Luxembourg City

© Thomas Linkel

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A city that connects

Luxembourg’s capital is as diverse as its residents, who hail from more than 100 nations.

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Sightrunning in Luxembourg City

© Mike Zenari

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Sightrunning

Luxembourg’s Old Town has been a World Heritage Site for 25 years: you can explore it all on a Unesco walk. 

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Casino Luxembourg - Forum d'art contemporain

© Eric Chenal

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Art as a stroll

The compact capital truly makes museum visits a stroll. The so-called “MuseumSmile” is home to seven museums.

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The Family of Man Clervaux

© Romain Girtgen

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Me, human

Scarcely beyond the entrance and I’m already hooked. There’s something big going on here. “The Family of Man” – a personal experience.

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Minett Fond-de-Gras

© Renata Lusso

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On the trail of sweat and steel

From the puffing steam train via imposing blast furnaces to gloomy mines where miners once toiled: feel the spirit of Luxembourg’s steel past on the Minett Tour.

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Upper-Sure Lake

© Thomas Jutzler

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Paddling, diving, enjoying nature

Still waters or foaming waves: the Upper Sûre lake and the Moselle offer both relaxing and dynamic watersports experiences.

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Lee Trail

© Alfonso Salguiero

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Walking with friends

The 52-kilometre-long Lee Trail in the north of the country is the first section of the long-distance Escapardenne Trail which crosses the border into Belgium. Three friends explored it together.

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CFL hiking trails Manternacher Fiels

© Oliver Raatz

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Through the wild ravine forest

Ancient trees, rare plants and gently flowing streams — Luxembourg’s natural beauty shows off its wild side on a walk in the Manternacher Fiels. 

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Velosvedetten

© Oliver Raatz

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Speedy squad, great friendship

They are the “Spice Girls” of Luxembourg’s cycling world. While not beginners by any means, the group does prioritise fun and a sense of community over performance.

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Renaissance Castle Beaufort

© Véronique Kolber

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Where is Madame ?

The Renaissance chateau in Beaufort has a magic all of its own. Make an appointment for a guided tour that brings the past to life. 

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Jeff Konsbruck

© Melanie Maps

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Fresh breeze in the vines

At the Luxembourg Moselle, a new generation of winegrowers is coming to the fore – with fresh ideas and a shared goal to make absolute top quality wines.

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Valentiny Foundation Remerschen

© Oliver Raatz

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François Valentiny, Schengen-based architect

François Valentiny, a star architect from Schengen, works all over the world — yet his home at the border tripoint has left a strong impression on him. 

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© Thomas Linkel

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Skateboarding is not a Crime

“Skateboarding is not a crime” — this catchphrase in the skateboarding community rings especially true in Luxembourg City. 

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