Luxembourg is a landlocked country in Western Europe which borders Belgium, France and Germany.
The hills and forests of the Ardennes dominate the North, with rolling pasture to the South, where the main towns, farms and industries are found. Summers are warm and winters mild, though colder in the North.

The iron and steel industry is still important but chemicals and food are growing. Luxembourg is a major banking center and the home base of key European Union Institutions. Also the tourist industry is important.

The 400.000 inhabitants live in an area of about 2.600 square kilometers. Languages spoken are Letzeburg, German and French.

Luxembourg, the world’s last sovereign grand duchy, is a small but very wealthy country. Prices, like the quality of life, are high but fill up when driving through, petrol is much cheaper here than in neighboring countries.
Luxembourg City, once one of the strongest fortified cities in Europe, has a beautiful location on the Bock rock and surrounding hills and valleys. In nearby Hamm is the Luxembourg American Cemetery with the grave of General Patton and many Second World War soldiers – most died during the Battle of the Bulge. Although small, Luxembourg has a diverse countryside with many interesting small villages worthy of a visit.

Luxembourg is fascinatingly mixed country – a blend of Romance and Germanic Europe where the people speak German, French and Luxembourgish and where the small country’s past remains ever-present.

Sightseeing is the name of the game here, and Luxembourg City is the center of the country’s tourist attractions. Be sure to visit the famous Casemates du Bock, an extensive series of 17th century tunnels and galleries, used to defend the city against invasions for centuries. The regal Palais Grand Ducal is a great spot for a photo op, as is the humble ruin known as Dent Cruese, the only remnant of the once grand castle built by the First Count of Luxembourg. There’s plenty of things to do in the city as well, from its excellent restaurants to the shows and concerts in the beautifully modern Philharmonie Luxembourg.

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What is the geography of Luxembourg?

What are the ethnic groups in Luxembourg?

What language is spoken in Luxembourg?

 

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What is the main religion in Luxembourg?

 

What is the culture of Luxembourg?

What is the history of Luxembourg?

How is the climate in Luxembourg?

 

When is the best time to visit Luxembourg?

Do I need a visa to go to Luxembourg? How much is the visa fee for Luxembourg?

 

 How to get to Luxembourg?

How can I get around Luxembourg?

What things I need to know before visiting Luxembourg?

 

What are some good books and movies on Luxembourg?

What will I eat in Luxembourg?

How is healthcare in Luxembourg?

 

What to buy in Luxembourg?

How to handle money in Luxembourg?

What is nightlife like in Luxembourg?

Is Luxembourga safe place to travel?

What to wear in Luxembourg?

What are the etiquette & customs in Luxembourg?

What are the Traveler’s Do’s and Don’ts in Luxembourg?

 

What is illegal in Luxembourg?

 

What are the major ceremonies and festivals of Luxembourg?

 

 What are the public holidays in Luxembourg?

 

Why should I go to Luxembourgat least once?

 

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