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 interesting tours which delve into the méthode traditionelle used to process their sparkling wines.

Musée d’Histoire de la Ville de Luxembourg
The Luxembourg City History Museum is a multi-level, state-of-the-art complex. The lower floors trace the city’s history via a series of wooden maquettes, while the upper levels occupy splendid public rooms of a former mansion and are decked out with paintings and decorative arts. The view from the glass elevator reveals the town’s rocky geology.