Luxembourg’s natural landscapes are striking and enchanting. If you’re into the great outdoors, you’ll adore the destination’s rolling hills, colourful pastures, and peaceful waters. Unlike much of Europe, some of Luxembourg’s nature remains untouched by humans.
There are three nature reserves in Luxembourg which make perfect choices for hiking, cycling, and trekking. Small villages are tucked among the reserves, offering diverse leisure programmes as well as charming restaurants and shops selling local produce.
If you’re only in Luxembourg for a couple of days, we recommend spending at least one of them out in nature. The shockingly green landscape and clean air will make you glad you did.
Art and culture
There are plenty of museums, galleries, theatres, concert halls, and cinemas in Luxembourg. Whether you’re interested in ancient artefacts, modern sculpture, or live entertainment, you’re in for a treat.
Visit a Luxembourg museum and learn more about the countries fascinating national heritage. There are seven museums in the city of Luxembourg, including the Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art. All the city’s museums are close to each other, making it easy to visit your pick in an afternoon.
There are also plenty of theatres and cinemas in Luxembourg, many of which boast an impressive architecture which adds to their allure. Enhance your time in the city by browsing shows and screenings that are happening during your visit.
Luxembourg is peppered with medieval and historical sites, including castles, fortifications, and picturesque villages. Many of the county’s castles have been restored to their intended beauty, providing visitors a unique opportunity to discover Luxembourg’s past.
From Vianden, Beaufort, and Bourschied to Bourglisteer and Clervaux, there are plenty of magnificent castles to choose from. Visit a couple or spend your whole weekend exploring!