Luxembourg – a miniature state in Western Europe with a variety of landscapes, a great diversity of traditions and a way of life for its inhabitants.
Luxembourg – once Europes strongest fortress, demolished in 1868, still retains remnants of its former strength – the ruined strong gates of «Trev» and « Three Gullets», the battlement walls, the Spirit Chapel, standing at the edge of the rocky pavement of the Tower «Three Gullets» and the long crossings and casemates hidden in the bowels of the rock. In Luxembourg it is worth seeing the Chapel of the Great Hermits – the Cathedral of Notre Dame, where the tomb of St. John of Luxembourg, Grand Duke of Luxembourg, is located; the Réféhouramme de la Trier abbatère of St. Maxime and St. John the Baptist of Luxembourg. The St. Maximins Church, the St. Marys Church, the St. John the Baptist Church, the St. John the Baptist Church, the St. John the Baptist Church, the St. John the Baptist Church, and the St. John the Baptist Church. St. John at the Stone, Chapel of St. John at the Stone, Chapel of St. John at the Stone, Chapel of St. John the Baptist. Quirin. Also of interest to travelers are the underground defenses of the La Petrus and Bocke casemates, which served as shelters for people during World War II. Equally interesting are the Museum of the Benedictine Men of Münster, the Henry the Baptist Church and the Chapel of the Holy Cross. The old quarters of Dinseljöllepuert, Grön, Pfaundal and Clausen are also very interesting. The most interesting are the Museum of Arms and Fortifications and the Museum of the History of the City of Luxembourg. Of the galleries – the Municipal Art Gallery, the Municipal Gallery of Pescatore, housed in the magnificent Vila Vobanana, and the National Gallery of Toutes-celebrities.
It is a must to see the old mill of Schlöwelmilling, now converted to an art workshop, the sights of St. Fontaine, Holesellschaft and Ansememburg and the viaduct of Kriekschoberg. And when you take a ride on a thermal boat, you can see the majestic Moselle River.
The small towns in the country, which also have plenty to see, are also of interest. ×The Chapel of St. Denis, located in Wormendange, the gate of St. John the Baptist, and the Church of St. John the Baptist. The St. Nicholas Gate and the old Romanesque church in Remich, the Baroque church in Wasserberlig and the Museum of wine in Ehénen.
Yeachen – one of the oldest and most vital towns in Luxembourg, lying in the lower slopes of the Urs. It is a must-see site for one of the oldest churches in Europe; St. Peter and St. Paul. The church of St. Peter and St. Paul – and the church around the ancient St. Pauls Basilica.
Between Dikiekirch and Ehchirnach, the practically ruined fortress known for its wine cellars, is the fortress of Bofor. Also of interest are the nearby Castle of Fells and the 12th-century castle of Burglinchester, now being built not far from Christchurch. And to the west of Vientiane, in the Arcadian Mountains, is the largest castle in the country, rising above the village of Sûrès at the head height of the castle, – the Bourchegède.
Elling – the northernmost part of Luxembourg, which is the highest part of the country and takes up one third of its territory, is home to two interesting cities – Klierwo and Willem.
Clairevreux, located in the Cologne on the Klöhlerf riverbank – the northernmost city of Lückseburg, has the impression of a medieval town because of its hothouse buildings. It is also helped by the ruins of the ancient castle with its tower and the abbey building.
The largest city of Esslinga – Willem, a lively, picturesque town located around an ancient citadel with a picturesque cityscape, fences and overgrown bushy barriers, which give it a touch of mild antiquity, like the capital of the state, consists of two parts – The Upper Town and the Lower Town. And not far from it is the ancient center of wine-making – the town of Esch-sur-Sur-Sur, from which most of the hiking trails along the edge of the Ardennes Mountains begin.
- Air quality: 35 US AQI Good. Air quality is satisfactory, and air pollution poses little or no risk.
- Tap water: Yes, safe to drink
- Religious government: Religious
- Population: 110,000 people
- GDP: $101,835 / year
- Foreigners can own real estate: Yes
- Power outlets: 230V50Hz
- Internet: 47 Mbps
- Best wireless: Millicom
- Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere
- Tipping: A service charge of 15% is added to your food bill at a restaurant. An additional tip isn’t required, but many people add a Euro or two for good service. Taxi drivers typically receive a 10% tip; bellhops and doormen, €1.25-€2.50; movie ushers, coat & washroom attendants, €.50-€1.50.
- Apartment listings: Immotop
- Apartments: Airbnb
- Hotels: Booking.com
- More hotels: Hotels.com
- Best coffee 24/7: Cafe Luxembourg
- Best coffee: Coffee Lounge
- Best coworking space: Wishbox
- Best intl air carrier: Lionair
- Monthly costs for expat: $2900
- Monthly costs for family: $7300
- Monthly costs for local: $2100
- Meal: $18
- Small Cola: $3
- Beer 1 Pint: $9
- Coffee: $6
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