Tiny and sparsely peopled, Luxembourg is only half again as large as London with a total population equivalent to Glasgow’s. Its only metropolis, Luxembourg City, is one of the most scenic capitals on the continent and a great base for when you visit, but there’s more to this pocket-sized Grand Duchy. We’ve roamed the entirety of the country and can help you plan outings from the capital to learn more. Venture to the northeast to see Little Switzerland, where you can walk past castles and storybook villages along the Mullerthal Trail. Or, visit the National Museum of Military History in Diekirch to learn more about World War II in general and the Battle of the Bulge in particular. Oenophiles can sample the fruits of the country’s wine industry in the Moselle Valley, where vineyards rise along the river’s steep banks and wineries serve dry, crisp white and sparkling wines. Or, take a leisurely tour past the eponymous palaces in the Valley of the Seven Castles.
A diminutive country packed with the spoils of a complex past, Luxembourg’s UNESCO-listed capital is awash with grand architecture, its rolling hills littered with medieval castles, its valleys the source of fine wines and its culture proudly independent.
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Popular places to visit in Luxembourg
Featuring heavily on our itinerary ideas for visiting Luxembourg, these places are destinations that we know prove consistently popular with our travelers. How you choose to include them in your trip can be tailored into a route that best suits your preferences.