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Districts in Luxembourg : Diekirch, Grevenmacher and Luxembourg

Cities / villages in Luxembourg : Beaufort, Betzdorf, Diekirch, Esch-Sur-Alzette, Etterlbruck, Heiderscheid, Luxembourg [ national capital ], Mullertal.

Luxembourg can be divided into two clearly defined regions :
a. The "Eisléck" or 'Oesling' in the north, which is part of the Ardennes, on the western rim of the Eifel, and covers one-third of the territory. It is a wooded country of great scenic beauty;

b. The 'Good country' in the centre and the south, covering the remainder of the territory, is mainly rolling farmland and woods. It is bordered in the east by the wine-producing valley of the Moselle, and in the extreme south west by a narrow strip of red earth which forms the Luxembourg iron-ore basin.

Capital City Luxembourg : City of Luxembourg

campsites, car hire, hotels, touroperators, travel guides, travelling to luxembourg 


Camp sites & Caravanning

Relax on the finest campsites with Keycamp. You can stay in a huge, fully equipped tent with 4 bedrooms or a luxury mobile home with shower and toilet.

  Campings in the Grand Duchess of Luxembourg

Car Hire Luxembourg

Holiday Homes   -   Holiday homes Luxembourg  

  Soleara Holiday Houses
Park Altburg is an excellent location for exploring this lovely grand duchy: its lovely hilly scenery, the towns of Diekirch and Echternach and the city of Luxembourg, the beautiful capital. This small but spaciously laid out park is located on lovely grounds surrounded by woods on the edge of the village of Beaufort. It is an ideal base for active and cultural trips. There are excellent walks directly from the park. The Tourist Information Office organises, amongst other things, folklore events during the high season.

Hotels Luxembourg

  Hotels in Luxembourg   -   Hotel Guide Luxembourg
Hotels in Luxembourg, Vianden, Echternach, Larochette, Bourscheid, Clervaux, Esch-sur-Alzette, Steinheim, Strassen, Bascharage, Müllerthal, Welscheid, and more ...

  Hotels Luxembourg City   -   Hotel Guide Luxembourg City
Hotels near Casino Luxembourg, Casemates, Castle Munsbach, Castle Bourglinster, Castle Hollenfels, Kikuoka Country Club, Castle Stadtbredimus, and more ...

  Hilton Luxembourg *****, 12, Rue Jean Engling, L-1466 Luxembourg
Hilton Luxembourg is located on a wooded hillside, a short distance from the city centre (Unesco World Heritage), the airport and the European and financial districts.
The hotel offers 337 rooms and suites. 16 meeting rooms with capacities ranging from 10 to 400 can accommodate a variety of meetings and events. Enjoy dining in the Indigo restaurant or unwind in the Mezzo bar. Relax in the Health Club with its indoor swimming pool, sauna and brand new fitness and garden terrace. Travelling by plane? The hotel's complimentary airport shuttle can pick you up on request.
  Christophe Colomb ****, 10, Rue d'Anvers, L-1130 Luxembourg
Its favourable position in the midst of the commercial and financial centre, only 500 m from the Central Railway Station and the Airport-Bus, makes the Hotel Christophe Colomb an ideal meeting point for business and leisure travellers. Non smoking hotel.

    -   Hotels in Canach, Esch Sur Alzette, Findel, Livange and Luxembourg City

  Auberge Rustique

Travel Agencies / Tour Operators

Thomas Cook

Create your perfect trip to Luxembourg   -   Flight, Hotel and Car

  Canvas Holidays   -   la Rochelle
Canvas Holidays is an award-winning family camping holiday operator, providing mobile home holidays and self-drive camping. A Canvas holiday is a package camping holiday with a difference. With complete flexibility on dates, duration and travel arrangements, your camping holiday is tailored to suit you.

  Bridge Travel   -   short breaks in Luxembourg

Travel Guides Luxembourg / Related books

Travel Guides Luxembourg  [ ]

Luxembourg (Bradt Travel Guide) - ISBN 1841622575 Luxembourg (Bradt Travel Guide)
Tim Skelton (Author)
This Bradt guide is the first English-language guidebook to focus exclusively on the world's only Grand Duchy. Ready to shake off its 'and Luxembourg' tag on the travel circuit, this micro-state is home to the rolling forests of the Ardennes, hill-top medieval castles, a string of museums, two UNESCO World Heritage sites, and one of Europe's smallest wine-growing regions. With first-class accommodation and more Michelin-starred restaurants per capita than anywhere else on earth, this is tourism at its finest.
Paperback: 208 pages; Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides; illustrated edition edition (15 July 2008); ISBN-10: 1841622575; ISBN-13: 978-1841622576.

Grand Duchy of Luxembourg 2007 (Michelin National Maps)
Map Of Luxembiurg; Publisher: Michelin Maps; Revised edition edition (8 Jan 2007); ISBN-10: 2067125613; ISBN-13: 978-2067125612.

Transport / How do I travel to Luxembourg

  Luxembourg Airport   -   Findel [ LUX ]
Airport Terminal,  Online arrival and departure info,  Parking Nad Airport Shuttles

  Metz-Nancy-Lorraine Airport [ ETZ ] 70.6 km
  Hahn [ HHN ] 90.1 km


Book cheap flights to Luxembourg at ebookers and benefit from discounted airfares. View their latest offers and book your flights, accommodation, car hire and insurance online

  Airline Tickets /  Bargain Flights 
Flight tickets Luxembourg, price comparison possible

  Luxembourg Railways

  National Express Eurolines
Travel by bus or coach to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.

Online map Austria  Online Maps [ Uni Texas  -  Perry-Castańeda Library  -  Map Collection Europe   ]


  Luxembourg Tourist Office UK
General, Travel, Tourism, Contacts,  Events,  Traditions and more

  National Board of Tourism in Luxembourg [ ONT ]

  Luxembourg City   -   Capital City Luxembourg

  Ettelbruck -

  Festival Echternach   -   festival
  Cityguide Luxembourg
  Le Jeudi   -   newspaper
  Letzebuerger Journal   -   newspaper in Luxembourg
  Nudism in Luxemburg
  RTL Luxemburg   -   radio and television station Luxembourg


Luxembourg is truly a gastronomer's delight. The country boasts more Michelin stars per square mile (or per inhabitant) than anybody else.
Most traditional dishes are of peasant origin, but Luxembourg's affinities with both French and German culture, have long ago been translated into the country's speciality foods.

  Culinary Luxembourg

History of Luxembourg

Independence: 1839

The written history of Lucilinburhuc (i.e. Luxembourg) starts in the year 963, when Siegfried, Count of the Ardennes, and founder of the Luxembourg Dynasty, had a castle built on the territory of the present-day capital of Luxembourg.

  National Museum Luxembourg
  National Library of Luxembourg
  Saint Willibrord   -   born in Northumbria in 658
In the year 690 he crossed over to the European mainland with 11 companions, to bring the Christian faith to the people of the Frisians, who had so far resisted evangelisation.  Willibrord was able to found a monastery in Echternach, where he liked to retire to prepare his missionary expeditions to restless Frisia, and as far as Denmark and Thuringia. Before he died at the unusual age of 81 years,  he had organised his succession and allotted his rich possessions. Very soon after his death he was venerated as a saint, so that more and more pilgrims came to his grave, and about 800 AD the modest Merovingian church had to make room for a larger, three-aisle church, which was over 60 metres long.
The 'Dancing Procession' to honour him takes place every year on Whit Tuesday, and attracts thousands of participants and an equal number of spectators
See: Veneration, Dancing Procession, Basilica, Parish St Willibrord, Willibrordus Bauverein, Abbey Museum, Publications, Echternach. See also the story of Bonifatius murdered bij the Frisians in 754
Secrets of the Seven Smallest States of Europe: Andorra, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, San Marino and Vatican City 
Thomas Eccardt
Paperback 300 pages (June 1, 2004);  Publisher: Hippocrene Books, Inc.;  Language: English;  ISBN: 0781810329.

Music, Art & Culture

'Lëtzebuergesch' is the everyday spoken language [ and symbol of the Luxembourgers national identity ].
This former Mosel-Frankish dialect is the national language (since 1984), while both French and German remain the official languages.

  Luxembourg Information Centre
Luxembourg Composers and Works, Events Calender, Luxembourg Sinfonietta and more.

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