SAS, the largest airline in Scandinavia, offers cheap international flights to Luxembourg from many destinations in Scandinavia & with connections from Europe, the US & Asia. Our city guide will help you find out what's up and the best tips from SAS crew and passengers.
Luxembourg boasts a large array of historical and cultural sights that are worth seeing, lots of interesting & picturesque spots you can discover, countless legends and anecdotes worth relating.
What's up in Luxembourg
|Museum of Modern Art |
For modern art, check out the MUDAM at Parc Drai Eechelen.
Each spring, 10,000 dancers linked by white handkerchiefs dance madly along the streets.
Treat yourself at Mondorf.
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|Via Michelin |
Luxembourg has great restaurants & quite a few of them have earned a star in the Michelin Guide. If you are willing to spend some serious cash, you will be in for a gourmet experience.
Stefan, air purser
There are 15 routes to choose from. They vary with intensity, so everyone can find a path to suits their fitness level. Each route,
ranging from 10-42 km long and they are clearly marked. Ask the tourist office for maps.
Bring your bike or rent one in town and get going!
|The Fortress |
Luxembourg has one of the most spectacular and spectacular medieval castles of Europe. The first stones were laid out more than 1000 years ago. Throughout history, different rulers continued the fortification of the fortress, eventually earning it the nickname "Gibraltar of the North."
Walking around the Old Town is enchanting. Its steeply roofed houses and its church steeples look like an album of old engravings come to life. Both the fortifications and the Old Town are on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites - check it out!
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|Population: 550,000 |
|Languages: Luxembourgish/French/German |
|Currency: Euro (€) |
|Time zone: CET || |
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