Top 10 Amazing And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Luxembourg

Top 10 Amazing And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Luxembourg
Top 10 Amazing And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Luxembourg

Luxembourg might be one of the smallest European countries, but it is big on tourist traps and must-see destinations. For your viewing pleasure, I have picked just ten of the very best of them…


Top 10 Amazing And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Luxembourg


Beaufort Castle, Beaufort
Beaufort Castle, Beaufort

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If you think Beaufort Castle looks a bit odd, it might be down to its mash-up of both Medieval and Renaissance architecture.

Vianden Castle, Luxembourg City
Vianden Castle, Luxembourg City

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Yet another castle (there are a lot of them) only this one looks even more formidable in the event of a battle.

City Promenade, Luxembourg City
City Promenade, Luxembourg City

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While there is no official guided tour along the promenade, there are various e-tours that you can walk yourself. With so much history in one city, it is often a treasure hunt of architecture.

Casemates du Bock, Luxembourg City
Casemates du Bock, Luxembourg City

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What you are looking at is the entrance to 17 km of tunnels that was once a castle, before the city was built on top of it!

Thionville Monorail, Thionville
Thionville Monorail, Thionville

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While not the most exciting journey on a Monorail, it is still quite fun if you like this form of travel.

Chapel of S.Quirino, Quirino
Chapel of S.Quirino, Quirino

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The Chapel of S.Quirino was built on a slope and was once a place of pagan worship. These days it is little more than a precariously hanging ruin.

Petrusse Ravine Bridge, Petrusse
Petrusse Ravine Bridge, Petrusse

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While nothing special, this beautiful bridge gives a pretty impressive view overlooking the ravine.

Hohllay Cave, Berdorf
Hohllay Cave, Berdorf

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It might look like some ancient cave that you might expect to find some cave paintings in but believe it or not, it was man-made mining tools.

Schiessentümpel, Beidweiler
Schiessentümpel, Beidweiler

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This triple waterfall is nothing spectacular, but it is surrounded by a rather impressive woodland.

Esch-sur-sûre Castle, Esch-sur-sûre
Esch-sur-sûre Castle, Esch-sur-sûre

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We end as we started this post with yet another castle. This one called Esch-sur-Sûre Castle is a spectacular fairytale one overlooking the small town of Esch-sur-sûre below.