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  • Bock Casemates

    Walk through the vast network of tunnels that once protected the city. Get a guided tour or explore on your own – exciting!

  • Adolphe Bridge

    An imposing structure built in 1903, named after Grand Duke of Luxembourg, is one of the most visited attractions in the city.

  • Grand Ducal Palace

    A beautiful architectural gem of the 16th century. Definitely visit – the interior and its decorations are not to be missed.

  • Cathedral of Our Lady

    A stunning late Gothic church. The highlight is definitely the image of Mary, venerated by pilgrims, and the art museum in the crypt.

  • Fort Thüngen

    A recently reconstructed fortress that was a part of Luxembourg's for­tification system. Definitely worth a visit.

  • Vianden Castle

    A beautiful, fully restored castle that will take your breath away. Definitely worth a visit for its fairy-tale-like interiors.

  • Citadel of the Holy Spirit

    A majestic fortress overlooking the city. You can take a walk around the promenade and see many stunning vies of the city.

  • Neumünster Abbey

    The former abbey now functions as a cultural centre – concerts, exhibitions and other events happen regularly here.

  • Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial

    The final resting place of the American soldiers who fought in World War II. The grave of General Patton is located here.

  • Petrusse Casemates

    A part of Luxembourg's ca­semate network. A great chance to explore the city's past through the fortifications.

  • Monument of the Millennium

    Reconstructed remains of the Luxembourg stronghold, discovered only recently. Originally meant to house a monument to the city's 1,000th founding anniversary.

  • Philharmonie Luxembourg

    A cultural venue of international importance – and a beautiful staple of modern architecture. Definitely worth a visit – the offer of performances is rich.

  • Bourscheid Castle

    One of Luxembourg's most picturesque castle ruins. You can explore them yourself with the help of an audio guide. Great for children.

  • Luxembourg City History Museum

    Has a lot to offer. The building in itself is worth a visit, but there are intriguing exhibits inside and a chance to view the city from the huge lift.

  • Sandweiler German War Cemetery

    Devoted to the fallen German soldiers from one of the bloodiest battles of World War II. A touching memorial.

  • Casino Luxembourg

    The name might be confusing, but this is actually a contemporary art gallery. Features young artists and experimental exhibitions.

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