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Beautiful Luxembourg ||
This is a walking tour of Luxembourg through Luxembourg city covering golden lady statue, Grund, Luxembourg streets, belval plaza, Esch-sur Alzette.
Luxembourg is a small European country, surrounded by Belgium, France and Germany. It’s mostly rural, with dense Ardennes forest and nature parks in the north, rocky gorges of the Mullerthal region in the east and the Moselle river valley in the southeast. Its capital, Luxembourg City, is famed for its fortified medieval old town perched on sheer cliffs.
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LUXEMBOURG - Travel Guide | Around The World
The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg (Luxembourgish: Groussherzogtum Lëtzebuerg, French:Grand-Duché de Luxembourg, German: Großherzogtum Luxemburg), is a landlocked country in the Benelux bordered by Belgium, France and Germany which lies at the crossroads of Germanic and Latin cultures. It is the only Grand Duchy in the world and is the second-smallest of the European Union member states.
With a successful steel, finance and high technology industry, a strategic location at the heart of Western Europe, more natural beauty than you might expect given its size, and as one of the three richest countries in the world, Luxembourg enjoys a very high standard of living - and has prices to match!
The city of Luxembourg proper was founded in 963, and its strategic position soon promised it a great fate. Luxembourg was at the crossroads of Western Europe and became heavily fortified, and you can still see the extensive city walls and towers which are the most distinctive aspect of the cityscape. Due to its key position, Luxembourg was raised up to a Duchy that included a much larger territory that stretched into present-day Belgium, Netherlands, Germany and France. The powerful Habsburg family kept its hands on it until late Renaissance times.
Luxembourg-Findel International Airport (IATA: LUX) is 6km outside Luxembourg-City. Easily accessible from the city centre via the cheap (€2 single or €4 for a day ticket valid on almost all buses and trains in the country
Luxembourg is a compact country and it's possible to reach almost any place in the country from the capital in under an hour. The central railway station has a handy Mobilitéit office that will help to plan your trip with bus and train.
You may not expect it from one of the smallest countries in Europe, but The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is a diverse land, full of beautiful nature and gorgeous historic monuments. Its turbulent history is filled with stories of emperors and counts as well as many battles and disputes. Today, the almost fairy-tale like castles and fortresses are a faint but impressive reminder of those days, and amidst their lovely natural setting, they make some superb and picturesque sights.
Most of the country's population lives in rural areas and apart from the delightful historic City of Luxembourg, the country's capital, settlements are mostly small. That said, the capital is a place not to be missed. It has a splendid location high on a cliff, overlooking the deep and narrow valleys of both the Alzette and Pétrusse rivers. Several parts of the old town are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and the most interesting places include the Gothic Revival Cathedral of Notre Dame, the town fortifications and of course the Grand Ducal Palace, which is surrounded by charming cobblestoned lanes. However, there's far more to see, such as the Bock casemates, Neumünster Abbey and the Place d'Armes. There are several World War II memorial sites and a number of high-end museums, but just wandering through the old centre, taking in the beautiful views from the Chemin de la Corniche and crossing bridges to the nearest plateaus is at least as great a way to discover the city.
The lively town of Echternach is the oldest city in Luxembourg. It boasts the country's most prominent religious structure, the basilica of the Abbey of Echternach where the country's patron saint Willibrord is buried. The annual Whit Tuesday celebrations in his honour involve lots of dancers in the towns old centre and are a popular tourist attraction. The Apart from its own sights, Echternach makes a great base to explore the beautiful Müllerthal, better known as Little Switzerland. Hike or bike through its dense forests with myriad streams and even some caves.
The romantic village of Vianden with its stunning medieval Beaufort castle is a tourists' favourite, and well worth a visit even despite the crowds in summer. The beautiful location of the fortress in the Our river valley, surrounded by tight forests and a lake with swans, gives it a typical fairy-tale castle look and feel. If you're done wandering the streets and exploring the Gothic churches an fortified towers of this charming town, visit the Victor Hugo house. Afterwards, the pleasant cafés of the Grand Rue are a perfect place to kick back and enjoy.
Head to Remich to start your own trip down the Route du Vin and discover the many fine wines that are produced here, in the Moselle Valley.
The Luxembourg white wines from the Moselle valley to the east of Luxembourg include Riesling, Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc, Rivaner and Elbling to name just a few and are good. In autumn, many villages along the Moselle river organise wine-tasting village festivals.
Luxembourg - Fall 2018
Vidéo de présentation de la ville de Luxembourg, tournée à l'automne 2018 et montée durant l'hiver 2018 - 2019.
Matériel utilisé : Sony A7 III, Sony Zeiss 55 f1.8, Sony Zeiss 16-35mm f4 et gimbal Zhiyun Crane 2
Remich - Luxembourg's Moselle region [adventure]
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Hi guys !
I had an awesome time in Luxembourg and I wanted to share this beautiful place with you ! Often when people hear about Luxembourg, they automatically think about banks and finance whereas this city is so much more!
LUXEMBOURG TOURISM - Small country in Europe and the world's second largest per capita income
A small landlocked country in Europe with the second largest per capita income in the world after Qatar that Luxembourg. The country is surrounded by France, Germany and Belgium. So, although small, very wealthy and prosperous Luxembourg with a per capita income that is 75 thousand dollars. This country became the place of the richest people in Europe live. It was obvious from passing vehicles on the streets of this country. Luxury cars and famous brand adorn urban streets.
Famous tourist destination here, among others:
1. The city of Luxemburg
The largest city and the capital of the Grand Duchy of Luxemburg. This city is an old city that was built on the plateau. In this city, visitors can relax in the Luxembourg Gardens Gelle Fra monument or park with golden lady. In this city there are magnificent old buildings the center of world-scale steel enterprises, regional trade, and so on.
Luxembourg city became one of the world's financial center and the center of the European institutions, such as the secretariat of the EU Parliament, the European Investment Bank, and the Supreme Court of the European Union. Here also stood at Banque Caisse D'Epargne Et De letat, which is the best bank in Luxembourg and in fact one of the safest banks in the world.
2. Adolphe Bridge
Adolphe Bridge is one of the famous landmarks in Luxemburg. With a background Petrusse valley with lush gardens and green, make the scenery around this bridge is very menajubkan. Not surprisingly, this bridge became one of the destinations of the tourists while visiting Luxemburg.
3. Tunnel Casemates
Casemates is a network of underground tunnels first built in 1644, in the era of Spanish domination. Long tunnels reach 23 km and has more than 40,000 m2 of bomb-resistant space, acyl impressive work that makes Luxemburg called the Gibraltar of the north.
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Vineyards in remich, luxembourg
Walking in Remich Luxembourg in the vineyards.
Belgium and Luxembourg 1999
A trip to Belgium visiting Bruges, Gent, Durbuy and Brussels. A train trip to Luxembourg and a tour of Luxembourg City