Discover the cosmopolitan capital of Luxembourg, with its UNESCO World Heritage monuments and numerous museums and squares! Beautiful castles, green countryside and the impressive architecture of the old town ensure that this province has a lot to offer, just a few kilometers from our hotel.
- Famous neighbourhoods: Luxembourg City, Clausen, the Grund
- Culture: Grand Ducal Palace, Neumünster Abbey, Bock Casemates
- Shopping in Luxembourg City
The Philharmonie Luxembourg is a concert hall on the Kirchberg plateau in Luxembourg City. The concert hall opened in 2005 and hosts more than 400 performances a year. It is one of the leading concert halls in Europe.
View the agenda of De Philharmonie here.
The Grand Theater of Luxembourg
The Grand Theater of Luxembourg opened in 1964 as the Théâtre Municipal de la Ville de Luxembourg. It is the city's main venue for drama, opera and ballet. The theater is ideally located in Kirchberg. The agenda of the Grand Theater of Luxembourg can be found here.
The Valley of the Seven Castles
This national hiking route takes you through the idyllic Eischtal, also known as the Valley of the Seven Castles. Between meadows and forests, the majestic castles, ruins and castles dominate. Some have been carefully restored and are open to visitors. Here you follow in the footsteps of the past on quiet roads.
In 24 kilometres, the Valley of the Seven Castles brings together the castles of Mersch, Schoenfels, Hollenfels, the two castles of Ansembourg, Septfontaines and Koerich.
Practical information about the Valley of the Seven Castles can be found here.
Mine train Minièresbunn - Fond de Gras
The Minièresbunn, a narrow gauge railway, connects the Fond-de-Gras with Lasauvage via a 1.4 kilometer iron ore mine. It is possible to get a short tour of the mine.
Practical information about the Minièresbunn can be found here.