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Merl-Belair Park

Where? 28a, Rue de Bragance, 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.

The little ones are drawn to a fascinating play area while adults can recharge their batteries in the meadows on the edges of small lakes or ponds.

Contact

Address: Merl-Belair Park
28a, Rue de Bragance
L-1255 Luxembourg City
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Phone:+352 47 96 34 23
E-Mail:parcs@vdl.lu
Website:https://www.vdl.lu/en/visiting/leisure-and-nature-activities/parks
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