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Luxembourg City

Things to do in Luxembourg

Our guided activities offer a deeper insight into Luxembourg’s rich history and culture, from the modern horrors of World War II to the ancient tradition of winemaking, which dates back to the Roman era. You can explore the Casemates du Bock and Pétrusse, two cave complexes carved into the cliffs of the capital city and used for centuries. Or, we can arrange for you to take a leisurely drive though the Valley of the Seven Castles to see the (more than seven) palaces that give it its name.

Our carefully chosen experiences seek to capture the soul of Luxembourg, whether you’re interested in tasting some of the Moselle’s renowned wines or hiking the Mullerthal Trail past castles and through shady forests.

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Ideas for experiencing Luxembourg

Experiences you have as you travel often hold the longest memories. As part of their research trips, our specialists seek out authentic ways to get to know Luxembourg, and the best local guides. These activities reflect some of their best-loved experiences.

  • Little Switzerland, Luxembourg

    Hiking in Little Switzerland

    You can spend a morning or a whole day trekking through the woods of Luxembourg on this hiking trip along the Mullerthal Trail. The trail’s network of routes wind through forests, caves, hills and valleys, linking several medieval towns and castles.

  • Casemates du Bock, Luxembourg City

    Walking tour of historic Luxembourg & Casemates du Bock

    On this half-day walking tour, you’ll get to know Luxembourg City on every level, from its clifftop old city to its underground tunnels to its riverside streets in the valley. You can visit a lively 17th-century square, or see the country’s oldest cathedral.

  • Abandoned tank in Ardennes, Luxembourg

    Following Patton

    You’ll trace the progress of General Patton and his Third Army when you visit two major museums and a military cemetery in Luxembourg. Go deep into one of World War II’s most bloody and decisive battles, the Battle of the Bulge, on this day trip.

  • Vineyards of Moselle Valley outside Ahn, Luxembourg

    Wine tasting in the Moselle Valley

    Visit wineries on the vineyard-blanketed hills of the Moselle Valley outside of Luxembourg City on this half-day guided tour. You’ll get the chance to taste the wines the region is best known for, including a dry Riesling and white pinots.