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Luxembourg is an absolute gem of a city which doesn't get the same attention for city breaks as other European capitals, but it stands up there with the best of medieval cities.
If you're reasonably mobile (due to the number of steps and slopes), this...More
We had half a day to spend in Luxembourg and decided to do this trail (some of it anyway). You can pick up a guide at the tourist office and from there it's a short walk to the start. Just follow the signs which are...More
The Wenzel walk is a 3km loop that takes around 1.5 hours and encompasses all of this fortified city's history. "1000 years in 100 minutes" as they tout it - the path is well marked and goes around the forts through the Casemates, and then...More
We were taking the walk on a snowy December day, yet it was already melting and getting darker and colder, therefore freezing again. So we were gliding around the old city walls because not all of the little passage ways were snow-free. We payed with...More
This walk is a must to explore the historic part of city, it takes you through some lovely viewpoints down into and around Grund.
It took us about 3 hours to complete with frequent stops at viewpoints to take pictures and eat a picnic lunch....More
Pick up your free guide from the Tourist Information and follow the map for an amazing tour of the old city of Luxembourg. Wonderful views of the city and lots to see. It's quite strenuous in parts but follow the signs and the metal plaques...More
Beautiful panoramic views going down the pathway stairs. You can either do a tour with at the Luxembourg city tourist office but need to check with them for times and days.
We decided to do our own tour and it takes at least 3 hours...More
No need to go in a tour which takes around 3 hours. Keep your eyes open and you will certainly see the signs. Doing the walk by yourself incl Photo stops will take around 2 hours. Did it on a rainy summers early evening, which...More