Have an Enchanting Vacation in Luxembourg
The small country of Luxembourg is surrounded by Belgium, France and Germany. The scenic landscape features everything from lush forests and farmland to hills and mountains.
Three rivers carved their way through the terrain. The beautiful landscape welcomes outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy biking or hiking. Local history dates back nearly three thousand years, which provides a variety of historic sites to visit.
Luxembourg, like many other European countries, has an array of castles and fortresses scattered about the landscape that welcome guests to tour the vast destinations. The Château de Vianden is considered one of the most exquisite. Once inside, visitors explore the castle's history from the time of Roman occupation. See the armor, amazing tapestries, furnishings and other works of art.
Two castles stand over a forested valley in Beaufort. One was constructed in the 11th century. The other was built in the 16th century.
Get a glimpse of the local agricultural industry by touring the Ramborn Cider Company in Born. The facility uses dozens of apple and pear varieties to make ciders and perries. See how the beverage is made and go for a walk through the orchards. Enjoy a few samples. The Chocolate House in Luxembourg City is a must for fanciers of the sweet treats. The facility is owned and operated by Natalie Bonn and her daughters who hand make pralines, truffles and other fine chocolates.
Youngsters enjoy spending time in the Fairy Park in Bettembourg. The location cares for many species of animals in addition to having an array of enchanted houses in the forest that offer multimedia displays and represent famous fairy tales. The destination also includes a miniature golf course, a miniature train and electric cars. The Science Center in Luxembourg City houses a number of interactive exhibits spanning different scientific fields.
In Luxembourg City alone there are four different museums that are all within walking distance from each other. Learn about local culture and history at the Luxembourg National Museum. Art lovers enjoy strolling through the galleries of the Modern Art Museum. Venture to Minett Park in Fond-de-Gras and tour the open-air museum. Some of the attractions include a period grocery store and a power station. Children love the chance to ride the 1900 steam locomotive.
Experience some of the spectacular scenery by taking a trip to Mullerthal. The region is nicknamed “Little Switzerland” for the lush green hills, forests and unusual rock formations. The destination is a hiker's delight and provides ample opportunities for amazing photographs. There are more than 100 miles of trails that vary in difficulty so as to accommodate all ages and experience levels.
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