Travelling through Luxembourg

  • December 11, 2016

Luxembourg is small but its rich heritage heart beats fast in these modern times.

I arrived late in the evening and stayed in my hotel in the Kirchberg neighbourhood which is in the north of the city. I loved seeing the old town again, visiting the palace, museums, churches, shopping streets and beautiful squares and spending time in trendy cafes and restaurants. However I decided to skip the city tour and spend more time in other regions to get a wider sense of what makes this small, but very diverse country.

I began my exploration by going to the Mullerthal region in the north of the capital in an area called “Little Switzerland.” I could straightaway see and feel why the region has been given this nickname as it impresses with its vast forest vistas and the best hiking tracks along pine trees and rocky formations that you will find in the country.

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