Thematic paths Konstanze Liskow
The circular tour leads past the Tudor Musée, an interactive museum for electricity and lead accumulators. It connects all the picturesque villages of the municipality of Rosport-Mompach and Echternach.
Explore the alternative electricity production in Luxembourg with an e-bike or touring bike: The cycle track leads past the interactive Musée Tudor that features electricity and lead accumulators. It connects all the picturesque villages of the Rosport-Mompach municipality with the city of Echternach, which was the first city in Luxembourg to be equipped with electrical lighting. The cycle track passes through the valley of the Sûre and past the dam and electricity plant in Rosport. It then takes you up to the plateau with beautiful views and the striking wind turbines on the hills Burer Bierg and Pafenbierg.
The Tudor Tour is signposted in both directions and runs partly on the national cycle tracks PC2 Echternach and PC3 Des Trois Rivières.
Sights: Tudor museum in Rosport, hermit’s chapel “Girsterklaus”, “Kulturhaff Millermoler” (tea and other local products) in Hinkel, Echternach (lake, gastronomy, culture).
From Musée Tudor you cycle down to the valley of the Sûre and turn right onto the national cycle path (PC 3). You drive to the village of Hinkel and from there, you drive up to Girst and then to the idyllic Girsterklaus chapel. After Dickweiler and Boursdorf you cycle back down to the Valley of the Sûre. In Born you turn right again onto the PC3 towards Moersdorf. In Moersdorf you cycle uphill again and you pass over the plateau, through the villages of Mompach, Herborn and Osweiler. Then you cycle down again and come to the lake of Echternach. After having passed the youth hostel, take the national cycle path PC2, which leads to Echternach. There, the cycle path takes you to the Sûre again and then you ride to Steinheim on the PC3. In Steinheim you take a steep slope away from the valley and then cycle to Rosport and to Musée Tudor again.
For your safety
Although the tour runs on public roads with only little traffic, please stick to the traffic regulations.
E-Bikes are recommended, but you can also ride the tour on a touring bike.
Public transport: By bus to Rosport or Echternach.
Parking: Free parking on the Sûre River in Rosport.