UNESCO recognized Luxembourg City’s fortifications and historical quarter as a World Heritage Site in 1994.
Even if you only have an hour or two to spare, explore the city on foot or by bike and take in some remarkable attractions.
Medieval, classical and contemporary architectural styles mingle in Luxembourg City, in a landscape interspersed with green valleys, rivers and streams, and numerous picturesque bridges. This striking mixture reflects the Grand Duchy’s distinctive cultural diversity.
For your safety
Stone stairs can be slippery when wet.
Comfortable and study footwear
Public transport: Just take the bus and tram to Centre Hamilius and then walk 200m to Place de la Constitution.
Getting there: In Luxembourg City, follow the signs to "Centre". Place de la Constitution is diagonally opposite the Katherdrale.
Parking: The public car parks Place d'Armes and Saint Esprit are 100m away.