Luxembourg, the small Grand Duchy located in the heart of Europe, boasts lavish landscapes, astonishing architecture and picturesque parks. The perfect destination to spend a few days and take postcard like pictures.
The gardens of the castle of Ansembourg were laid out in 1750. © Jonathan Godin / LFT
The Moselle region awaits with its enchanting landscape. © Jonathan Godin / LFT
In the heart of the Upper Sûre Nature Park lies the Lake of the Upper Sûre. © Alfonso Salgueiro www.alsalphotography.com / LFT
The waterfall of the ‘Schiessentümpel’ is well-known throughout the world. © Alfonso Salgueiro www.alsalphotography.com / LFT
The Golden Lady (‘Gëlle Fra’) was set up in 1923 on Constitution Square in the heart of the Capital to commemorate the Luxembourgers who died in the First World War. © Claude Piscitelli / LFT
The Grund district, nestled in the lower town of Luxembourg, is one of the most beautiful and authentic areas of the capital city. © Alfonso Salgueiro www.alsalphotography.com / LFT
The Land of the Red Rocks, the south of Luxembourg, has been strongly marked by the industrial culture with its blast furnaces but also by history. © Claude Piscitelli / LFT
The former millstone quarry Houlay is located in the Mullerthal Region also known as Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland – Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland. © Uli Fielitz / LFT
Famous architect I.M. Pei chose the historic site of the Fort Thüngen as the perfect location for the Museum of Modern Art Grand-Duc Jean (MUDAM). © Paddy Cummins / LFT
The Philharmonie, designed by French architect Christian de Portzamparc is the new landmark of the Place de l’Europe. © Fabrizio Maltese / LFT
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