To appreciate the many textures of Luxembourg, pull on some comfortable shoes and explore surrounding areas like Luxembourg, Remich, and Canach.
Do try to see some of the nearby museums and galleries, which help make the area such a unique vacation destination. Take the time to see some of the galleries and collections such as the National Museum of Natural History, Mudam Luxembourg and the Luxembourg City History Museum. Lovers of the arts will find plenty to cheer about at venues such as Philharmonie Luxembourg and the Grand Theatre of Luxembourg. The area is a treasure trove for those who love art. Visit the Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art and the National Museum of Art and History.
Visitors looking for interesting places to visit in and around Luxembourg should not miss out on Place d'Armes, the Casemates du Bock and Notre-Dame Cathedral. The Luxembourg area is filled with reminders of the past; start your historic tour at Fort Thungen. Visitors with a passion for faith and religion should visit the Saint Michael's Church.
Sports fans can cheer on local heroes the Racing FC Union Luxembourg soccer team in winter and the Luxembourg national football team in summer at Stade Josy Barthel, the city’s sporting heart and soul. After the game, follow the local sports fans to the nearby pubs for a post-match beer ot two.
For a real taste of this fascinating part of the world, think about staying close by in one of the area’s hotel or serviced apartment options. Whether you’re staying for a night or a few weeks it’s hard to go past the Doubletree by Hilton Luxembourg, the Park Inn by Radisson Luxembourg City, and the popular Novotel Luxembourg Centre.