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Luxembourg City is a lively and bustling town, home to no less than 150 different nationalities. A real cultural platform, it abounds in venues for artistic expression, such as museums, theaters and concert halls.
The cultural program that makes up Luxembourg is in the image of its city dwellers: multilingual, multicultural, creative and eclectic.
Full Day Tour – Day 1 (Traveling from Brussels)
On the way from Brussels to Luxembourg you will stop in Dinant and the Chateau de Bouillon. The riverside town of Dinant sparkles along the Meuse River in the province of Namur.
Visit the Citadel, which overlooks Dinant from atop a steep cliff. The current fortification was built during the Dutch occupation in the early 1800s. Another site is the Collegiate Church of Notre- Dame, the city’s landmark, rebuilt in Gothic style after falling rocks from an adjacent cliff partially destroyed the former Romanesque church in 1227.
Bouillon is the most important and most attractive tourist center of the Semois Valley. Its fortified medieval castle, perfectly preserved, continues to watch over the town. It is one of the most ancient and interesting remains of feudalism in Belgium. Overhanging the Semois River, the castle is characterized by its numerous corridors and vaulted halls.
You will also make a stop at the Brewery of Bouillon, where beer is brewed on the spot. The brewery sells over 300 different types of Belgian beers.
Upon arrival, you will check into your hotel, remainder of evening at your leisure.
Day 2 – Full-day tour of Luxembourg:
Nowhere else in Europe will you find such a mixture of ancient fortresses and contemporary architecture. Moreover, the Old City has long been part of the UNESCO World Heritage. High-tech buildings run alongside historic monuments, reflecting a rich tapestry of urban experience.
Discover the city through the ages by traversing its architectural landscape, from the historical city center to its modern business districts.