Welcome to Luxembourg!

Small. Outdoors. Medieval Old Town.

Luxembourg is a small nation, surrounded by France, Germany and Belgium. Its capital, Luxembourg City, is famous for its fortified medieval Old Town perched on sheer cliffs. Between tradition and modernity, its UNESCO World Heritage monuments and the numerous museums and squares are on the must-see list. For nature and sports lovers, discover the regions outside Luxembourg City where there are numerous hiking and mountain biking trails.

Let’s not forget about its award-winning wine and delicious cuisine, this little country really packs a punch! Luxembourg’s cuisine is heavily influenced by both French and German food traditions. Local delicacies include plum tart, potato pancakes (our favourite), and green bean soup with potatoes, bacon and onion.

From its ancient network of underground tunnels, to the vast outdoor opportunities in nature, there is much more to Luxembourg than meets the eye.

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Travel Guides

8 Smallest Countries In Europe On A Map

Have you ever wondered what the smallest countries in Europe are? Can you name a small European country? Where exactly are they located? What’s a principality?

And are there still old monarchies surviving in Europe? And, is Vatican City really a country within a city?

Food Adventures

The Ultimate Food Map of Europe

Our food map of Europe is reflective of the dishes we’ve tried while exploring the old continent and its glorious food.

Food is one of the main reasons to travel to Europe. Delicious and unknown delicacies can be found in every country.