Luxembourg

SUMMARY

I loved my time in Luxembourg. It is a beautiful country and there is a lot to see and do in Luxembourg City. It is pretty easily accessible from the rest of Europe.

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Country #37 - Luxembourg

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Must see

Place d'Armes - in the center of the city; I enjoyed spending time walking around the heart of the city

Casemates du Bock - UNESCO World Heritage site of caves and tunnels in the side of the city; really unique thing to see

MUDAM Luxembourg - really great modern art museum

 

CURRENCY

The official currency is the Euro, but I had no problem paying by credit card as well.

Local TRANSPORTATION

I walked a lot in Luxembourg. Also, on weekends the public busses are free which I took advantage of and highly recommend.

Hotel

  Hotel Bristol  has generously sponsored my stay in Luxembourg. Click  here  to read about my stay.

Hotel Bristol has generously sponsored my stay in Luxembourg. Click here to read about my stay.

international transportation

I took a train from Frankfurt Main Hbf to Saarbrücken Hbf and a bus from Saarbrücken Hbf to Luxembourg. I took a train from Luxembourg to Mulhouse Ville and from Mulhouse Ville to Zurich HB.

FOOD

Luxembourg did not seem to have it's own food, but I had some great crepes and pizza.

PLUGS / ADAPTERS

Luxembourg uses European plug types C and F.

VISA REQUIREMENTS

None for U.S. citizens. 

 

SAFETY

I felt very safe throughout my time in Luxembourg.

SHOULD YOU VISIT?

Yes! Luxembourg is a great little country. There is a lot to see and it is a great place to spend a day or two. It is a really beautiful country with stunning views and an interesting history.

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