Discover the neighborhoods of Luxembourg
Luxembourg is a little nugget in Europe made up of history, culture, and charm. The city serves as the capital of the country with the same name and is conveniently accessible via the Luxembourg-Findel International Airport. Luxembourg has its own train station as well, with trains departing from cities such as Paris, Metz, and Brussels. Beautiful terrain, period architecture, and an enchanting atmosphere make this an exciting and rewarding travel destination for both business and leisure.
Getting from place to place in Luxembourg is convenient and pleasant. There is a public transportation system, but getting around on foot is the truest way to explore the city and get the most appreciation for it. Its compact size means it isn’t a taxing way to explore, and the scenery along the way will surely distract from any fatigue. Such sites include the Bock Casemates, a UNESCO World Heritage site and impressive fort built into the cliff, and the Grund, a spectacular area of the Ville Basse district. Beautiful architecture can be seen throughout the city, with the Grand Ducal Palace and Notre Dame Cathedral showcasing some of the finest. Both business and leisure travelers can enjoy time spent in the Kirchberg area, home to a number of banks as well as most of the country’s European institutions. Kirchberg, Gare, Ville Basse, and Ville Haute are some of the finest areas to stay when visiting Luxembourg.
Be sure to check out the interactive map of Luxembourg for information on hotel locations, attractions, and must-see destinations.