Where? Quartier Kirchberg, L-1840 Luxembourg City
A green ribbon of boulevards with avenues and side paths, semi-public parks and gardens, has been created on the Kirchberg plateau following the urban reorganization of the district by architect and landscape gardener Peter Latz. An arboretum containing tree species and rock samples from member states of the European Union is just one of a wide range of areas for living and exploring.
Where? 4, Rue Erasme, L-1468 Luxembourg
Located in the heart of the business district and surrounded by modern buildings, Kirchberg’s public park is surprisingly large.
Where? 5, Park Drai Eechelen, L-1499 Luxembourg City
The Dräi Eechelen park is a delight for history lovers. Located in the museum grounds, it is within the restored and partially reconstructed Fort Thüngen.
Where? 29, Avenue de la Porte-Neuve, L-2227 Luxembourg
The Kinnekswiss park is an oasis in the heart of the city centre.
Where? 28a, Rue de Bragance, L-1255 Luxembourg City
Merl-Belair Park, just a stone’s throw from the city centre, is without doubt a favourite meeting place for families with children.
Where? 38, Boulevard Joseph II, L-1840 Luxembourg City
Edouard André Municipal Park
Where? Vallée de la Pétrusse, L-1840 Luxembourg City
Where? 70, Rue Nicolas Ries, L-2428 Luxembourg City
Tony Neuman Park in Luxembourg-Limpertsberg is home to a collection of sculptures, some of which have been created by well-known Luxembourg sculptors