The new Luxembourg Card mobile app is a quick way for tourists to get money off their visits to the country’s attractions. It gives either free or reduced-price entry to more than 60 locations and museums and also gives free access to public transport.
With three tourist sites registered as UNESCO World Heritage, a thousand-year-old multicultural capital city and five tourist regions with their very own characteristics, Luxembourg offers a wide variety of tourist attractions.
Despite modernisation over the last few decades, Luxembourg is shaped by tradition and modernity and with natural surroundings. Although the capital is only home to some 115.000 people, with its 150 different nationalities it is very multicultural. They all appreciate and enjoy the incentives of a city, built around a fortress more than 1,000 years ago.
With more than 50 castles, Luxembourg is described as a fairyland destination. The castles range from smaller ones (used as residences) to big ones that can be visited, hired for events or are popular for group tours.
Luxembourg’s official cycling network stretches over more than 600km and has an additional 33 mountain bike tracks. Cyclists can enjoy the favourite routes of professional road racing cyclists and those looking for more challenging terrain can explore the designated mountain bike tracks. Exploring the five regions by bike is a great way to visit the country in an authentic way.
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Photo: Luxembourg City