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Luxembourg Travel and Tourism

Luxembourg is located in Luxembourg and its geographical coordinates are latitude : 49.6117° N and longitude : 6.13° E.
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Points of Interest of Luxembourg - Luxembourg
Points of Interest of Luxembourg Château de Bourscheid 1 Schlasswee halfway between Esch and Ettelbrück The magnificent Château de Bourscheid is a 1000-year-old castle superbly situated on a rocky bluff overlooking farmland and the Sûre River. It's one of the most beautiful castles in the Grand Duchy and, indeed, affords the best views. The central portion is the castle's oldest sector; surrounding it is a 14th-century wall dotted with circular towers. St Martin's Winery 53 Route de Stadtbredimus 1.5km N of Remich's waterfront bus terminal. Remich Remich is the centre of Luxembourg's wine industry and the main cave or winery is St Martin. Producing white and sparkling wines, the latter known as crémant, St Martin's offers interest...

Towns and Villages of Luxembourg - Luxembourg
Towns and Villages of Luxembourg Beaufort This town's ruined castle draws nearly 100,000 visitors a year. Clervaux Clervaux This medieval town in the Moselle/Eiffel region is best known for its castle, which dates back to the 12th Century. The castle hosts Edward Steichen's The Family of Man photo exhibit. Hotel du Parc The former summer residence of the last Earl of Clervaux was built from the stones of ancient ruins. Today, the renovated castle is a hotel and restaurant with a terrace overlooking the town. Diekirch National Museum of Military History The Battle of the Bulge and Luxembourg's own Army are honored here. Ehnen The Wine Museum A former vintner's house and a working vineyard make this a pleasant outing. The mus...

Overlook of Luxembourg - Luxembourg
Overlook of Luxembourg It is easy to overlook the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, a tiny little country dwarfed between its neighbors France, Germany and Belgium, when planning a tour of Europe. If it is thought of at all, it is probably as a rather unexciting place full of important banking institutions and European Union bureaucrats. This little country is, however, located at the crossroads of several major highways, and if you are going to travel through it, don't hesitate to stop awhile and probe behind the glass office blocks and official buildings to find a land of fascinating medieval fortresses, rolling woodlands, sun-drenched castles, and quaint villages. The entire country is only 51 miles (85km) long and 32 miles (52km) wide, but ...

Luxembourg Tourist Information - Luxembourg
Luxembourg Tourist Information The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg dates back more than a thousand years. In the 10th Century, an aspiring ruler named Sigefroid (Siegfried) built a citadel on the Rocher du Bock (Rock of Bock), which grew over the centuries to become one of the greatest fortresses in Europe. Sigefroid didn't get to enjoy his new quarters very long--he died in 968, after a five-year reign--and over the centuries, a succession of Luxembourg sovereigns ruled the Grand Duchy: among them, Spain's King Philip II and Empress Maria Theresa of Austria. In modern times, Luxembourg suffered the ravages of two World Wars. The Germans occupied the country from 1914-1918, and Luxembourgers were drafted into the Third Reich's army in World War II. To...