As Luxembourg is extremely child-friendly, you’ll find in every corner of the country some interesting activities for the summer. So have fun and enjoy the large diversity of the small Grand-Duchy with your family.
If you’d like to discover the north of the country with your children, such as the village of Vianden, you should definitely take a ride on Luxembourg’s only chair lift and enjoy the view whilst floating over the village. © Sebastien Grebille / LFT
In Munshausen, also located in the north of the country, the Tourist Center Robbesscheier lets you not only discover traditional machines and handicrafts but also farm animals. A real highlight is a carriage ride with Ardennes horses. © Fabrizio Maltese / LFT
Did you know that there’s a giant asleep in Bettembourg in the middle of the Parc Merveilleux ? Make sure to visit him as well as the animals from five different continents and say hello to the tiny goats in the petting zoo. © Robert Theisen / LFT
If you’d rather visit the Moselle region with your kids, why not enter the butterfly garden – Päiperleksgaart in Grevenmacher? This glasshouse measuring over 600 m2 houses hundreds of exotic butterflies flying around as well as Chinese painted quail, chameleons, tortoises, birds and bees. © Claudine Bosseler / LFT
Explore the city centre of the Grand-Duchy with your kids aboard a double-decker open-top bus and discover its most popular monuments and places. The Hop On Hop Off bus stops at the most popular sights and lets you off to walk around and catch another bus to continue your tour. © Sales Lentz / LFT
Fans of trains and history should definitely visit the south of the country and take a ride on the Train 1900, a tourist steam train connecting Pétange to Fond-de-Gras and Rodange. © Claude Piscitelli / LFT
Another interesting vestige of the industrial area of this region are the blast furnaces of Belval. You can climb up more than 180 steps to the platform of the furnace and enjoy the amazing view over the urban buildings. © Claude Piscitelli / LFT
At the recreational area of the Galgenberg in Esch-sur-Alzette, you may wander around the animal park, open throughout the year and freely accessible. Racoons, bunnies as well as marmots await the visitors. © Claude Piscitelli / LFT
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