Popular Accommodations in Luxembourg
Highlights in Luxembourg
- UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Demanding theatre productions
- Culinary delights
- Traditional festivities
- Luxembourg Fortress
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Vacation rentals in Luxembourg
The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, with its capital of the same name, offers numerous possibilities nationwide to find a vacation rental adapted to your needs. A holiday apartment in the city allows you to reach the stately gardens and palaces in just a few minutes walk. If you prefer to discover the natural landscape with its rolling hills, wooded mountains and deep river valleys, then rent an apartment in the north of the country.Enjoy luxury equipment in your holiday home
There are vacation rentals not only in the country, but also in the outskirts of Luxembourg City. Here there are a few real, extremely generously furnished luxury homes, such as a converted barn or villas from the 19th century. The family-friendly accommodations often have a garden or terrace with barbecue. Most accommodation providers allow a dog to be taken into the holiday home, so that nothing stands in the way of a holiday with the four-legged friend.
Holidays in Luxembourg
Location and orientation
Luxembourg has several neighbours, including France in the south, Belgium in the west and Germany in the east. Together with Belgium and the Netherlands, the country forms the Benelux countries. From Trier to the city of Luxembourg it is about 50 kilometres. The city of Metz in France is located about 63 kilometres south of Luxembourg.
Luxembourg is the smallest territorial state in the world and the second smallest country in the European Union after Malta. In addition, the country is the last of twelve former European grand duchies.
Top travel tips
The old town of Luxembourg has been on the UNESCO cultural heritage list since 1994. No wonder you can easily experience many cultural events from your apartment. For example, visit the Grand Théâtre de la Ville de Luxembourg or the Capuchin Theatre, where there are always interesting plays to see.Visit the fortress of the city
There are still many remains of Luxembourg Fortress that you should have seen. These include the Bock and Petrusse casemates, the Spanish Tower, the Bock Rock and the Wenceslas Wall. The remains of the fortress and the old town are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.Experience living tradition
In Luxembourg there are some traditions that are celebrated every year in the context of a big festival. This includes, for example, the Schueberfouer fair, which is always held from the end of August to the beginning of September. This is the country's most important fairground festival, which was held on Glacis Square in the 14th century. During the Easter month there is always the Emmaus festival, where you can buy the traditional bird shaped ceramic pipes in the city and in the country. In many villages of Luxembourg the Lent Sunday is celebrated with the so-called "Burgbrennen", during which the winter is driven away with a big fire.Historical Museum of the City of Luxembourg
The historical city museum in the old town provides insights into the thousand-year history of Luxembourg. The main themes are culture, industry, trade and handicrafts. The exhibits include, for example, photographs, ceramics, textiles and everyday objects.Grand Ducal Palace
The Luxembourgish symbol of independence is the "Grand Ducal Palace", the official residence of the head of state. Although visitors are not allowed to enter, the façade is the most photographed building in the country. A highlight is the ceremonial changing of the guard.
Things to know
In Luxembourg you should definitely try the typical dishes of the country, such as Judd mat Gaardebounen, a smoked pork dish with thick beans. The Bouneschlupp, a bean soup with potatoes, is also a popular dish in the region. In addition, you should absolutely melt the Ardennes ham, the Riesling pâtés as well as crabs and pikes on the tongue.A paradise for friends of good wine
In Luxembourg there is a lot of viticulture on the Moselle, which is why you can taste delicious white wines here. Very recommendable is the discreetly fruity Riesling or the slightly dry Elbling. The region is also known for its Pinot Blanc and Gewürztraminer.
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