I only spent one full day in Luxembourg City in route to Brussels from Munich. It’s a beautiful city in a tiny but lovely country. While I visited in the winter and just had time for the City of Luxembourg, a visit during the summer would be ideal for exploring the very green country in it’s entirety.
Why Luxembourg City? For a little city, Luxembourg certainly has a lot of history. It’s a gorgeous city where you could simply just spend they day walking around aimlessly and still not get bored.
- Chemin de la Corniche: This pedestrian promenade offers gorgeous views of the city. Definitely don’t miss this!
- Luxembourg City History Museum: This museum gives an excellent history of the City of Luxembourg.
- Bock: The Bock is a promontory surrounding the River Alzette in Luxembourg City’s old historical district.
- Neumünster Abbey: This public square is wonderful to walk around.
- Grand Ducal Palace: You can take guided tours during the summertime or just admire from the outside.
- Rawdish: For a healthy and organic breakfast or lunch served by the sweetest staff. There are many takeaway options available as well!
- Tattie’s: For HUGE, gourmet stuffed potatoes.