Walk through the vast network of tunnels that once protected the city. Get a guided tour or explore on your own - exciting!
An imposing structure built in 1903, named after Grand Duke of Luxembourg, is one of the most visited attractions in the city.
A beautiful architectural gem of the 16th century. Definitely visit - the interior and its decorations are not to be missed.
A stunning late Gothic church. The highlight is definitely the image of Mary, venerated by pilgrims, and the art museum in the crypt.
A recently reconstructed fortress that was a part of Luxembourg's fortification system. Definitely worth a visit. Now serves also as s museum.
The former abbey now functions as a cultural centre - concerts, exhibitions and other events happen regularly here.
A beautiful, fully restored castle that will take your breath away. Definitely worth a visit for its fairy-tale-like interiors.
A part of Luxembourg's casemate network. A great chance to explore the city's past through the fortifications.
Reconstructed remains of the Luxembourg stronghold, discovered only recently. Originally meant to house a monument to the city's 1,000th founding anniversary.
The final resting place of the American soldiers who fought in World War II. The grave of General Patton is located here.
Has a lot to offer. The building in itself is worth a visit, but there are intriguing exhibits inside and a chance to view the city from the huge lift.
A cultural venue of international importance - and a beautiful staple of modern architecture. Definitely worth a visit - the offer of performances is rich.
One of Luxembourg's most picturesque castle ruins. You can explore them yourself with the help of an audio guide. Great for children.
The name might be confusing, but this is actually a contemporary art gallery. Features young artists and experimental exhibitions.
The abbey is well-known for the dancing procession that happens here. There is also a museum on the more than 1,000 years of the abbey's history.
A picturesque castle that now serves as the town's hall. Definitely a pleasant sight not only for lovers of architecture.
An uplifting museum with an impressive collection of classic art. The exhibitions change regularly and always show something new.
Devoted to the fallen German soldiers from one of the bloodiest battles of World War II. A touching memorial.
Offers wonderful displays on Luxembourg's history and some amazing artworks from all epochs. Definitely worth a visit for history and art lovers.