Luxembourg, Remich and Mullerthal, are nearby areas which are also worth touring.
To really understand Luxembourg, head to one of its many cultural destinations. Explore, admire and become intrigued in the various museums which include the National Museum of Natural History, Mudam Luxembourg and the Luxembourg City History Museum. For a great night out, reserve seats at Philharmonie Luxembourg and the Grand Theatre of Luxembourg, one of the area’s great live concert venues. There are plenty of excellent art galleries to visit. In particular, don’t miss the Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art and the National Museum of Art and History.
Holiday makers visiting Luxembourg should go and see Place d'Armes, the Casemates du Bock and Notre-Dame Cathedral. Learn more about Luxembourg’s past by checking out nearby historic sites, such as Fort Thungen. The Saint Michael's Church offer those exploring Luxembourg the opportunity to better understand the religious history of the area.
Fans of soccer will love the atmosphere at iconic Stade Josy Barthel, home of the Racing FC Union Luxembourg and the popular Luxembourg national football team. Depending on the score, either celebrate or commiserate with friendly locals after the game in one of the nearby watering holes.
At the end of a busy day exploring the delights of Mertert, relax for the night in one of the area’s popular hotels or serviced apartments. If you’re looking for a warm welcome and a good nights sleep check out the amenities at the Doubletree by Hilton Luxembourg, the Park Inn by Radisson Luxembourg City, and the popular Novotel Luxembourg Centre.