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The city of Luxembourg is the capital of the country of Luxembourg. Its spectacular valleys and plateaus led it to be nicknamed the "Gibraltar of the North".

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Points of Interest in Luxembourg

  •    Casemates Bock +352 222809. a network of underground fortifications, built in the 18th century. The fortifications and environs are recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  •    The Bock. The rock on which the first castle stood, founded in 963 by Sigefroy (Sigfried). It is tied to a number of other remains of the old fortifications. Among others, the famous fortress builder Vauban built much in the city.
  •    The Alzette (The river of Luxembourg). It is very small now, but because the sandstone of the area is very soft, it dug out a huge valley. This is called the Ville Basse and is a spectacular area particularly the Grund (Statgrond) which is well worth the time to take a stroll around. The old fortress surrounded this valley. The Venceslas walk (named after Venceslas, Czech king and count of Luxembourg who built much of the fortresses around) leads along the fortresses, protecting the city on one side (and now forming one of the most spectacular "balconies", the Corniche) and the fortress of the Raam plateau on the other.
  •    Neumünster Abbey. now a cultural and encounter center with a nice church and the old St. John's hospital
  • 'The pedestrianized old town'. This is where the greatest concentration of (rather expensive) shops as well as bars and restaurants are to be found. Specific sights are few but all around town you can spot details that remind you of Luxembourg's historical value.
  •    Place Guillaume and the Place d'Armes (near the Hamilius bus station). Place Guillaume (also known in Luxembourgish as the Knuedler) is the venue for a market every Wednesday and Saturday. It is also the site of an equestrian statue of William II of the Netherlands and Luxembourg and the neo-classical Town Hall which is fronted by two bronze lions summer months the Place d'Armes is filled with tables and chairs from the surroundng cafes and at the centre of the square is the bandstand around which various concert seasons are based.
  •    Grand Ducal Palace (Just off the Place Guillaume). Fully restored during the nineties. It also houses the Luxembourgish Parliament the Chamber of Deputies.
  •    Cathedrale de Notre Dame. built between 1613 and 1618 by Jesuits and was elevated to the status of cathedral in 1870. Nearby is the Gëlle Fra: literally 'Golden Lady'. This is a golden figure of a woman holding a wreath a symbol of victory. It was taken down by the Nazi's during occupation but stands today as a memorial to those who gave their lives in World War II.
  •    Pétrusse Casemates (Nearby Gëlle Fra and Place de la Constitution). constructed by the Spanish in 17th century. They are not as large as the Bock Casements.
  • On the road from the inner city to the Bock you will find the Eglise St. Michel. This church took on its present form in 1688, but was probably built in the early 14th century. It was restored during 2003 and 2004.
  •    World War II Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial. In the eastern section of Luxembourg City, just south of the airport. Open daily except for December 25 and January 1; 9AM-5PM. The Cemetery is the final resting place for 5,076 American military Dead, most lost during the Battle of the Bulge. It is also the final resting place for General George Patton. A monument is inscribed with the names of 371 Americans whose remains were never found or identified. Two large stone pylons with operations maps made of inlaid granite describe the achievements of American armed forces in the region during World War II. Free.
  •    The Kirchberg area. houses a number of banks and most of the European institutions in Luxembourg (Parlament, Court of Justice, Court of Auditors, European Investment Bank and some of the Commission's Directorate Generals. A number of buildings were build by celebrated architects like Richard Meyer, Dominique Perrault and Gottfried Benn. Some modern sculptures also appear between the buildings. Most of the European Institutions hold annual open days. Many of the banks, EU institutions and other offices open their doors to the public once a year to allow access to their extensive art collections
  •    MUDAM (Musée d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean), 3, Park Dräi Eechelen (Kirchberg, buses 1,3,6,Eurobus). Designed by I.M. Pei of "Louvre Pyramid" fame, this museum showcases Luxembourgish artists and changing international exhibitions. The nonlinear (and rather confusing) building is half the fun, and on a quiet weekday afternoon in the off season you'll pretty much have the place to yourself. €5.
  •    Cemetery for German soldiers at Sandweiler, Deutscher Soldatenfriedhof; L-5280 Sandweiler,  (+352) 35 50 07. Is a World War II cemetery in Sandweiler, in southern Luxembourg. It contains the graves of 10,913 German servicemen from the Battle of the Bulge in winter 1944 and spring 1945. It is 1.5 km from the Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial. Devoted to the fallen German soldiers from one of the bloodiest battles of World War II. A touching memorial.

Luxembourg City History Museum

Neumunster Abbey

Notre-Dame Cathedral

Grand Ducal Palace

Casemates du Bock

Saint Michael\'s Church

National Museum of Natural History

Luxembourg City Hall

Monument of Remembrance (Gelle Fra)

Place d\'Armes

National Museum of Art and History

Hotel de la Chambre

Mudam Luxembourg

Fort Thungen

Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art

Philharmonie Luxembourg

American Cemetery and Memorial

Grand Theatre of Luxembourg

European Court of Justice

Luxembourg Congress Center

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About Luxembourg

Background

Luxembourg is officially divided into 24 districts, but the visitor really needs to know only 4:

  •    Ville Haute. ("High City"), the medieval town core.
  •    Ville Basse and Grund. ("Low City"), situated in the gorge that cuts itself across the city and the most picturesque area.
  •    Gare. ("Station"), the location of the train station, a 15 min walk south of Ville Haute and home to many restaurants and cafés.
  •    Kirchberg. a modern district across the Grand Duchess Charlotte Bridge in the north east of the City. The cityside eastern area of Kirchberg is home to many European Union institutions including the European Court of Justice, European Court of Auditors, parts of the European Commission, the Secretariat of the European Parliament and the European Investment Bank. The western end of the Kirchberg plateau is home to Luxembourg's thriving international financial services district. The Mudam modern art museum, the Philharmonie and the Dräi Eechelen fortress are near the Place de l'Europe beside the impressive EU institutions buildings.

Activities

  • Schueberfouer, Glacis. Held every year across 2 weeks during end of August and early September, this huge and historic funfair attracts enormous crowds. As well as the many stomach churning rides there are numerous places to eat and drink to your heart's content. An important date in the social calendar of young Luxembourgers.
  • Grand Duke's Birthday. Not the actual birthday of the current Grand Duke (or any proceeding for that matter) the 23rd June is the country's national day. All night street parties, fireworks and parades are enjoyed by seemingly the entire population of the country on the evening preceding the holiday.
  •    Grand Ducal Palace, Rue du Marché aux Herbes, Luxembourg. The Palace is open for a period of 6 weeks over July and August whilst the Grand Duke and his family are away on their holidays. Guided tours last for about 1 h, are inexpensive, and are available in various languages, including English. Tickets are available from the tourist office in Place de Guillaume II.
  •    Sofitel Hotel Bar and Restaurant, 40 boulevard d´Avranches , L-1160, Luxembourg. One of the very finest panoramic views available of the city is to be found from the top floor bar of this building. If you are in the area, it is worth stopping in for a quick drink.

Food

Home to a surprisingly high number of Michelin star establishments, the city houses many fine eateries. Luxembourg also has a very large population of Italians that came to the country in the late 19th century so Pizzerias in Luxembourg are always very reliable and frequent. For something cheap and quick the Place d'Armes is the best bet.

  •    La Fontaine, 25, place de Paris,  +352-494076. One of a number of affordable bistros clustered around place de Paris, conveniently located halfway between the station and the old city. The quadrilingual menus run the gamut from pizza and mussels to Luxembourgish classics like judd mat gaardebounen (smoked pork neck with broad beans), and there are daily specials for around € 8. € 20.
  •    Taj Mahal, 2, rue de Strasbourg,  (352) 40 59 41. By anyone's standards, a fantastic curry house serving rich and delicious Indian food. Very friendly staff too. Well worth making the short trip from the centre to this restaurant located near the station.
  •    Mousel Cantine, 46, Montée de Clausen,  +352 470198. Great local plates on the site of the former Mousel brewery. Wash down huge portions of pork knee and broad beans with tankards of Mousel lager. €25.
  •    Le Palais D'Asie, 47, avenue de la Liberté. Don kimonos and marvel at the skill of the chefs as they prepare Japanese and Chinese style cuisine before your very eyes including ceiling-high flames and an "egg show". As entertaining as it is tasty. Arrive hungry as the portions are generous.
  •    Chez Julie, 17 Rue de Bonnevoie (at gare),  +352 26 29 69 70, e-mail: info@chezjulie.lu. Mo-Fr 7:15-17:00. Vegetarian and organic food in small lunch restaurant. Excellent pies, soups, salads and cakes. The tables are small with little space between them, so you get a chance to say hello to your neighbors. No alcohol served, Free WiFi. €15.
  •    Aime La Fourchette, Avenue Monterey 5 (close to Place d'Armes). Solid and good bistro food.

Drinks

Luxembourg is a decent place to have a drink. Due to the amount of ex-pats who live in Luxembourg there are a wide variety of establishments in addition to the Luxembourgish bars. Pubs in Luxembourg tend to be a traditional affair, although more modern bars, and English or Irish themed pubs have also become the norm. English themed pubs

  •    Britannia Pub, Rue de Clausen 1342. A favourite watering hole of local English ex-pats. Good place for watching football and rugby.
  •    Decibel (Gare), 42-44 Rue de Hollerich,  +352 27 36 53 35, e-mail: gareth@decibel.lu. A music bar in a courtyard alongside other bars and restaurants off the lively rue de Hollerich, an eclectic range of music can be heard here and Decibel has one of the widest range of Belgian beers in the City both on tap and in bottles. It is run be Irish people so the Guinness is decent as well.
  •    The Black Stuff (Pulvermuhl), 15 Val de Hamm,  +352 42 54 96, e-mail: info@blackstuff.lu. The Black Stuff is an Irish Pub on the outskirts of the city that is popular with ex-pats and locals alike. In the winter the log fire makes the cosy back room a good option to enjoy a Guinness or a hot port, the terrace is popular in the summer. It is a popular place to watch Football and rugby and the best place in Luxembourg to watch televised Gaelic Football and Hurling.
  •    Pygmalion, Rue de la Tour Jacob 19. Or the Pyg, an Irish pub and the best of the English, Scottish, Irish triumvirate situated in Clausen. Pub quizzes every other Monday
  •    Crossfire. A Scandinavian pub off Ave. de la Liberté, small and friendly.
  •    Scott's. No. 4, Bisserwee (down in the Grund). A common place for a drink (or two).
  •    Urban, Rue de la Boucherie 2. A refreshingly modern bar that has a wide mix of clientèle. Although often overcrowded it is a great place to start a night out. Urban also has live music every Sunday evening and has sporting events shown on two massive plasma screens.
  •    The Tube. Subterranean, London underground themed bar. International young crowd and great tunes for various tastes. Gets extremely packed late on Fridays and Saturdays and overspills into the street during warmer months.
  •    Vis-a-vis, Rue Beaumont 2 (Near Place d'Armes),  352 46 03 26. Hang out with the locals in this charming little Luxembourg-ish bar. Cheaper than a lot of other watering holes found in the city.
  •    Café des Artistes (Grund). Smokey little Luxembourg piano bar illuminated by candlelight.
  •    Melusina, Rue de la Tour Jacob 145. Has a large main room with a balcony. It also has another couple of rooms at the back of the club which are worth a look.
  •    Magnum. Located near the big parking lot (Glacis) just outside of the centre, but worth the walk there. No heels are too high and no skirts/shorts are too short here.

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