Press - review of articles


Progress at the construction site of Pfaffenthal lift

The newspapers Le Quotidien and Tageblatt have published articles concerning the progress at the construction site of the new lift that will connect the Pfaffenthal district to the upper part of the city.


More than just the Mullerthal

In an interview with Le Quotidien, parliamentary state secretary Francine Closener of the ministry of economics talks about the commercialisation of Luxembourg as well as tourism in the different regions of the Grand Duchy.


Development of water tourism in the Moselle region

The Moselle valley already offers a wide range of leisure time activities. The Luxemburger Wort has published an article exploring the many options and the not yet fully exhausted potential of water tourism in the region.


Wenzel path has been expanded

Works on one of the most famous hiking paths of the country - the Wenzel path - have been completed and the path officially opened to the public. The Tageblatt has published a corresponding article.


Guided tours at Grand Ducal Palace

Throughout the whole summer (13.07.15 - 06.09.15), the Luxembourg City Tourist Office (LCTO) offers guided tours of the Grand Ducal Palace. The newspaper Le Quotidien has published a corresponding article in French.


Advertising the country

In an interview with the Journal, Anne Hoffmann, president of the Office National du Tourisme (ONT), talks about the various possibilities to advertise Luxembourg as a holiday destination abroad.


Guided tours in 28 languages

Luxembourg has well-trained group leaders and tour guides at its disposal. Due to the immense diversity of tourists flocking to Luxembourg, a total of 203 registered tourist guides are able to offer tours in up to 28 languages. The regional tourist federations add another 100 guides to that number. Newspaper Luxemburger Wort published a corresponding article.


Wide range of activities offered in the Mullerthal

The newspaper Luxemburger Wort has published an article about the wide range of summer acitivities offered in the Mullerthal - Luxembourg's Little Switzerland.


Still a few availabilities for the S.d.S. sports weeks

Various media outlets area appealing for people to participate in the S.d.S. sports weeks offered by the city of Luxembourg. The activities and summer camps are targeted at children aged 11 to 17 and will take place throughout the whole summer.


Youth hostel in Esch/Alzette to open in mid 2016

The Luxemburger Wort has published an article about the completion of the bare brickwork of the new youth hostel in Esch/Alzette. The grand opening is scheduled to take place in mid 2016.


Medieval festival in Vianden

Various Luxembourgish media outlets have published articles about the medieval festival taking place annually at Vianden castle, right next door to the youth hostel.