Burg Vianden in Luxemburg.
Attractions in Luxembourg
Naturschutzzentrum A Wiewesch in Manternach
The “Mudam – Musée d’art Contemporain” museum in Luxembourg is home to collections of major ...
SES (Syndicat des Eaux du Sud)
Wine Museum Ehnen
Benedictine Abbey Clervaux: A life of devotion
Discover the region
Centre culturel – History and innovation in Luxembourg
The distances may be short, but the impressions you can gather in Luxembourg will stay with you for a long time. This small country has so much to offer! Between history and innovation, Luxembourg welcomes everyone from near and far.
The country has a lot to offer, especially for culture enthusiasts. The Grand Duchy celebrates its cultural heritage and proudly presents it to its visitors.
- Esch2022: Culture is being remixed in the European Capital of Culture. Under the motto 'Remix!', art, culture, nature, science and technology come together.
- Medieval castles of great architectural art: More than 70 castles from over 1000 years of history can be discovered here. Among the most beautiful are the castles of Vianden, Bourscheid and Beaufort.
- City of Luxembourg: winding, romantic alleyways lend the old town its special charm. Next to the Grand Ducal Palace, a visit to the Mudam, the museum of modern art, is worthwhile.
Culinary delights in Luxembourg
Life is too short for bad wine and indulgent food – in Luxembourg, you will find neither.
Wine grapes have been growing on the sunny slopes of the Moselle valley for many generations. The area under cultivation for predominantly white grape varieties (Elbling, Rivaner, Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc, Auxerrois, Riesling and Gewürztraminer) today measures around 1,295 ha. Luxembourg's Crémant, which regularly wins prizes at international competitions as Luxembourg's answer to Champagne, has a special status.
In addition to wine, the Luxembourgers also cultivate the art of brewing beer and distilling schnapps. It is not without reason that you will find numerous historic brasseries and distilleries that invite you to enjoy a good drop.
Luxembourg's menu features many hearty and home-style dishes, which are often reinterpreted by star chefs. A total of 10 restaurants have been awarded one or even two stars by the renowned Michelin Guide.