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The Wenzel WalkChamin de la CornicheDuke Jean Museum of Modern ArtCasemates du BockDucal Palace



The Wenzel Walk

The Wenzel Walk takes around an hour and a half and brings you through the city’s oldest quarters. There are some amazing views to be enjoyed.

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Chamin de la Corniche

The Citadelle du St Esprit provides spectacular views of the river views and the town below.

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Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art

MUDAM is a contemporary art gallery and museum and is home to works of artists such as Andy Warhol. The museum contains an astonishing array of art and is well worth a visit.

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Casemates du Bock

The Casemates are passageways that were constructed as part of the city’s defensive network in the 17th Century. 17km of tunnels remains and are open to the public.


Casemates du Bock

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Ducal Palace

Used by the Grand Duke of Luxembourg and his family for matters of state and receptions, the Palace is a truly stunning looking building and a very popular attraction for tourists. It can be visited in the summer months from mid-July. There is a changing of the guard that takes place just outside the palace. The palace was occupied by the Nazis and although significantly damaged at the time has been completely restored. The Palace resides in the centre of town and can be easily missed. Look for the armed guard standing out front.

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Getting There | Getting Around | Safety/Security | Health


Getting there


Luxembourg Findel Airport is only 6km outside the capital. Frequent bus services go between the airport and the centre.


Flight times to Luxembourg

Dublin 2 hours | London 1 hour | 11.5 hours | 7.5 hours | 11.5 hours | 20 hours



Luxembourg is easily reachable by train from cities all over Europe. T is linked to TGV in France as well as the ICE Network which runs in Germany, Austria, Denmark and Switzerland.


There are direct connections between Luxembourg city and Paris, Strasbourg and Metz in France, Trier, Cologne and Koblenz in Germany, Brussels and Liege in Belgium and Basel in Switzerland.

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Getting around

Day ticket costs €4 and €2 for a two hour ticket which will work on all the public transport in the city.

There are taxi ranks dotted around the city. Hiring a bicycle is a great way of getting around as well.

You could also buy a Luxembourg card which gets you access to more than 60 museums as well as free use of all public transport. Cards start from only €11 per day so can be great value.


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Getting off the train in the main station you might not get a great picture of the city. You will see people drinking and begging here but the rest of the city is very safe.

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The water, food and health service is first rate.

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