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…

 


 

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!

Dudelange Monorail, Dudelange
Dudelange Monorail, Dudelange

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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.

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