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|LUXURY IN LUXEMBOURG||
The history of Luxembourg stretches from the early Middle Ages, and over the following centuries it has managed to maintain its position as an independent state against the odds. The last state in the world that is formally a Grand Duchy under a Duke, it is now the seat of several major European Union institutions and a centre of gastronomy and entertainment.
National Tourist Board Official Website.
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg; a small country … a great tourist destination! It offers amazing landscapes, a rich heritage and magnificent infrastructures to sports fans and to lovers of fine cuisine, to children and to businessmen, to fitness fanatics and to culture vultures, to adventurers and to nature lovers. Luxembourg: a single country with a thousand and one facets.
Luxury in Luxembourg
Luxury in Europe
The Old Continent is the cradle of the ancient world and its civilisations and is characterised by the interweaving of its different cultures over a small space of land. From the North Cape to Malta and from Ireland to Romania, Europe is distinctive for its sheer variety.
Compared with the wide-open spaces of America or Central Asia, Europe forms a complex confetti of countries. This, the smallest of all the five continents, is shared between 45 countries. Its diversity is a key asset. Its dynamic cultures, heritage and landscapes offer wonderful tourist opportunities. Northern Europe, in Germany, Scandinavia and the Benelux, is a place of rolling landscapes and modern, airy cities. Ireland and Great Britain boast lush green countryside and an inimitably ‘British’ style. Eastern Europe contributes Baroque cities and the poetic charm of its rivers, the most outstanding of which is the Danube. Mediterranean Europe, with its Greco-Roman, mediaeval and Renaissance remains, completes this picture of friendly harmony, framed by a sunny coastline.
Art & Culture in Luxembourg
Notre Dame Cathedral is worth visiting, while the Bock Promontory and Castle Bridge are particularly attractive. The streets of the old town are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are over 100 castles in the surrounding countryside of which Viaden is arguably the most spectacular.
Bars and Nightclubs in Luxembourg
The best bars and nightlife in Luxembourg.
Cafes in Luxembourg
A selection of some of the best and most famous cafes in Luxembourg.
Golf Courses in Luxembourg
Luxury Hotels in Luxembourg
A complete guide of luxury accommodation in Luxembourg.
Private Jets and Services in Luxembourg
Products and Shopping in Luxembourg
Restaurants in Luxembourg
A selection of the best restaurants in Luxembourg.
The regions of Luxembourg recall the regions in France that neighbour them. But the Grand Duchy certainly has a character of its own.
Wines in Luxembourg
«Today the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is no longer reticent in disclosing a fact to the wider world, which twenty years ago was known only to a few well-informed connoisseurs: this is not only na exceptional place to live, but also a good place to enjoy wine. Wine which has been lovingly produced on the sunny slopes of the Moselle river for centuries. Based on great know-how and perfect maturity, the range of wines and sparkling wines are delighting na increasing number of people. Have fun and come share the pleasure of taste. Luxembourg, a small country of great wines.» in: www.promoteluxembourg.com/content/wines
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