The European nation of Luxembourg is sandwiched between Germany, France and Belgium. This may be small, but comparatively fascinating travel destination with medieval castles and fortresses, lush woodland, quaint villages and much more. Osling and Gutland are the two sections of Luxembourg.
Many wars, rulers and dynasties existing in this country left the place dotted with fortresses and marvels of different architecture. Luxembourg City is the capital of this land with diverse population. As you travel Luxembourg, discover the old Ville through cobblestone streets, fortress towers, visit galleries and museums to know the capital’s cultural riches. Plateau du Kirchberg is popular international financial business location.
Vianden is located close to the capital; it has Moselle Valley made of vineyards and hamlets on the steep riverside. Ardennes has green high grounds and valleys that combine with Mulerthal’s eastern forested landscape. Make sure to visit Echternach which is romantic and quaint in its own enjoyable way. There are farmlands, story tale houses and ancient hilltop fortresses. Beech and oak forest mainly line the woodland section of Luxembourg.
Sand rock formations are famous for their striking beauty; you can spend hours adoring the miracles of nature. Hike, bike or ski in the mountains of the northern part of the country. Take a drive or cycle across the towns to get a glimpse of the real village and countryside. Natives of Luxembourg are warm and welcoming; you will have a wonderful experience interacting with them.
French and German mixture of delicious cuisine like regional pork smoked to serve with thick sauce, beans and potatoes, grilled ribs and cooked cheese form some interesting food options. Beer and wine made from local fruit to go with your dish makes the whole experience heavenly.
Come with your family or just take a break from your daily hustle bustle in this fairytale country for a fascinating experience, as you travel Luxembourg.