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All reviews dead end steep stairs interesting place self guided tour interesting history couple of hours both sides worth a visit luxembourg card nice view entrance fee old town visiting luxembourg caves casemates staircase claustrophobic
These are so well preserved and there are rooms everywhere. There’s also a few points that have tons of small and narrow stairs. If you dont like small spaces it will have difficulty with the stairs, skip them. There’s so much more to see. We...More
There is a fee and a senior discount. It is a maze of tunnels and small cavities, wear good shoes as it is uneven walking. Many of th things Niels lead to dead ends . You can’t get lost but can end up backtracking. I...More
Absolutely a must do experience when in Luxembourg City.
My assistant and I had our last day in the country scheduled for sightseeing before hopping on a flight later that night to head back to the states.
We spent the whole day walking through every...More
Interesting to begin with but then got a bit repetitive and not very well navigated or explained even with the map/handout. I would recommend a visit due to the history of the city but does not need a long time spent there
Allow a couple of hours to walk through the casemates, learn about their importance, history, and take some great photos from openings. At its height of operation, 35,000 people could be protected in this 23 km long cavern. Cannons fired from openings down the gorge...More
From Fortification built by Count Siegfried in 10th century become a tourist attraction, long story and history, attacked, rebuilt, and occupied by different armies after wars and wars to conqueror this stronghold, and then for the neutrality of Luxembourg the fort was destroyed and demolished...More
Casemates du Bock has historical stories behind but currently it is going to convert into parking lots instead It overlooks the river Alzette and the structures below. The ruinsof he Lutzelburg fortress offer great views of the old city befre one explores passageways cut 130...More
Response from LuxembourgCityTour | Property representative |
sorry to inform you that the Bock Casemates are closed until 16 February 2019. This is the time of the year we do maintenance work meaning even private tours are not possible. We hope you enjoy your trip to... More
sorry to inform you that the Bock Casemates are closed until 16 February 2019. This is the time of the year we do maintenance work meaning even private tours are not possible. We hope you enjoy your trip to Luxembourg and we would, of course, be happy to arrange a different private tour for you during your stay.