The capital of the Grand Duchy has loads to offer: nature, leisure, art, culture, fun, history, architecture, sports, restaurants and many more. Luxembourg-City is the place to be – a real melting pot of cultures combing ancient history with breathtaking modernity.
The ‘Gëlle Fra’ (Golden Lady) – a war memorial – is situated in the heart of the city. © Christof Weber
The ‘Corniche’, also called ‘Europe’s most beautiful balcony’ is a lovely pedestrian promenade along the course of the ancient city ramparts. © Christof Weber
The district of the Kirchberg houses culture, architecture and a little bit of Europe. © Christof Weber
The ‘Kinnekswiss’ is one of the largest green spaces in the capital city – just the perfect place to enjoy a lazy Sunday. © Christof Weber
The modern glass elevator in the Pfaffenthal links the valley to the upper town centre – the view is definitely worth it. © Christof Weber
Why not enjoy a delicious meal on the terrace of the youth hostel in Pfaffenthal surrounded by the ancient ramparts? © Christof Weber
The youth hostel of Luxemburg-City is located in the district of Pfaffenthal and welcomes guests from all over the world. © Christof Weber
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