Luxembourg is a small state with castles and chateaus and the landscape of fairytales, easily toured on foot.
Nestled between Germany, France, and Belgium, has been a pawn of world powers for much of its 1,000 years. Today it looms large as a world financial powerhouse and one of Europe’s most scenic countries.
Come here for rambles through medieval villages and hilltop castles, strolls along riverbanks and through deep forests, and hearty meals in country inns. From sophisticated Luxembourg City, with its ancient fortifications and modern skyscrapers, to the Ardennes plateau, site of the World War II Battle of the Bulge, to the wineries along the Moselle, Luxembourg is 999 square miles of beauty, history, and good times.
Drive the Wine Trail
Follow the Route du Vin along the banks of the Moselle River from Echternach to Mondorf-les-Bains. Here, the low hills of Luxembourg are covered with vineyards. Several wineries open their doors to visitors.
Eat organic and authentic food
Cuisine is created from fresh produce and game.
Pay tribute to American soldiers
Visit towns like Bastogne and Ettelbruck and learn about the Battle of the Bulge.
Explore the Ardennes
Drive thought steep river valleys and thickly forests and hills. See castles, stone-built villages, and farms but also resort towns like Spa and Bouillon
Grand Hotel Cravat
A 2-minute walk from the Gothic twin spires of Notre-Dame Cathedral, this genteel downtown hotel is 5 minutes by foot from Grand Ducal Palace royal residence and 8 minutes’ walk from the landmark Adolphe Bridge.
Airy rooms with polished decor feature flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi and seating areas. Kids age 7 and under stay free.
A breakfast buffet is complimentary. Other amenities include a stately bar with high ceilings and a fireplace, plus a traditional French-style brasserie serving regional specialties.
Set in the countryside, this stately hotel in a restored castle is 4 km from both Clervaux Castle and from The Family of Man museum and 16 km from Clerve river.
Featuring bathrooms with stone counter tops, the modern rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, tea/coffeemakers and minibars, as well as garden or courtyard views. There’s a luxe suite with a separate bedroom, a living/dining room, Nespresso machine and a private entrance.
Parking is complimentary. Other amenities include a chic restaurant with vaulted ceilings and optional outdoor seating, a trendy bar, a courtyard with shaded tables, landscaped gardens and event space.
Hotel le Place d’Armes
A 3-minute walk from Place Guillaume II, the city’s medieval square, this chic hotel is 5 minutes by foot from the 16th-century Grand Ducal Palace.
Individually styled rooms overlooking a courtyard offer flat-screen TVs, minibars and free Wi-Fi. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas and pull-out sofas; many have oak-beamed ceilings. There are also 1-bedroom suites with separate lounges, and distinct features such as vaulted ceilings, split-levels and/or antique fireplaces. Room service is available 24/7.
There’s an acclaimed fine dining restaurant, and contemporary brasserie with a terrace, as well as a wine bar, a gym and spa treatments.
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