Luxembourg is not shy of beautiful sights anywhere you turn. Within the first day I found myself in both a big city and a small, cute town, with its own stream of water and a beautiful bridge that seemed like it was frozen in time. And these two contrasting sites were one lift ride away from each other!
What I found so interesting about Luxembourg was the fact that, every street you turn it feels like you’re in a different country! Some houses looked very Swiss, others Dutch. Many streets remind me of Lisbon and Paris. The historical sites are just overall beautiful, and I couldn’t wait to explore more.
I visited both Luxembourg City and the beautiful town of Vianden – which I advise everyone to visit not only because of its magnificent castle, but also for the nature and beautiful, small village.
There wasn’t a great level of politeness that stood out from anyone I met (not to say that anyone was rude, however), like in Norway, but the town itself is surrounded by a small river, hills, greenery, history, and sights like I’ve never seen before.
In Luxembourg City, I found the below hidden gem and I felt like it was worth highlighting it:
Have you ever been to Luxembourg? What sights stood out to you?