Luxembourg City Sights

In Luxembourg Ville (Luxembourg City), at leisure, you can explore the fortifications, the old cobbled streets, the parks, the cathedral, and the museums and, after shopping, relax in a shaded terrace café, listening to street musicians or a brass band. The city is small enough to be done in a day if you are pressed for time. But if you have a bit more time, you may find quiet little Luxembourg

a romantic base for day trips and a lovely place at night, with its illuminated monuments and walls and its inviting public squares.

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Boulevard Royal

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Luxembourg's mini–Wall Street was once the main moat of the fortress. Lined with as many of the 225 foreign financial institutions...

Casemates de la Pétrusse

  • Military Site

At the height of its power and influence, Luxembourg was protected by three rings of defense comprising 53 forts and strongholds. During...

Cathédrale Notre-Dame

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

In late-Gothic style, the cathedral has a fine portal sculpted by Daniel Muller of Freiburg and an attractive Baroque organ gallery.

Centre Culturel de Rencontre Abbaye de Neumünster

  • Museum/Gallery

Once the place of worship of the Benedictines of Neumünster Abbey, who were expelled when the French Revolution hit Luxembourg, this...

Cercle/Palais Municipal

  • Government Building

With its bas-relief of the Countess Ermesinde granting Luxembourg its charter of freedom in 1244, the former municipal building hosts...

Citadelle du St-Esprit

  • Military Site

Built by Vauban, the brilliant French military engineer, in the 17th century on the site of a former monastery, the Citadelle has typically...


  • Pedestrian Mall

On Luxembourg's pedestrian-only shopping street the same brands vie for your attention as in New York; but then, investment bankers have...


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Once considered dank and squalid, this district is now in vogue. You'll find chic restaurants, exclusive clubs, and skylighted, renovated...

Le Bock

  • Geological Site

Luxembourg's raison d'être juts dramatically out over the Alzette river valley. This cliff served as the principal approach to the town...


  • Market/Bazaar

In the oldest part of town, the site of the old fish market, you can walk on streets once walked by the ancient Romans. ...