Luxembourg City

Here you will find suggestions for attractions in Luxembourg City.

What? How much? Registration required? Minimum of participants Maximum of participants Deadline
City Promenade 9€ (approx. 12$) No N/A N/A N/A

Enjoy walking around the city during two hours and discover the most beautiful corners and attractions of the city centre in company of an experienced guide: Place d’Armes, Constitution Square, Government District, Corniche, Monument of the Millenium, Old Town, Palace of the Grand Dukes (outside), Place Guillaume II.

Every day at 12.00h (German & French) and at 14.00h (German & English)

http://www.lcto.lu/en/fid/1/66/60/city-promenade/

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iTour

3h rental 7.50€

(approx. 10$)

No N/A N/A N/A

In case you don’t want to have a typical guided tour, you can opt for the brand new audio walking tour iTour to get to know Luxembourg City on your own account. Equipped with a pocket-sized computer, which you pick up at the Luxembourg City Tourist Office, you can go on an individual explorative journey through the city. As for the pace, that’s up to you. The iTour walking tour offers over 1, 5 hours of interesting facts dispersed over more than 50 stations. Next to information, historical views and details on the most famous showplaces of Luxembourg as well as other historically important buildings and sights, you will also be presented with the history of the city, stories and tales all tied together in a humorous way.

http://www.lcto.lu/en/fid/1/66/90/itour/

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Petrusse Express

Adults 8.50€ (approx. 11$)

Children (4-15) 5€ (approx. 6.50$)

Families 27€

(approx. 35$)

No N/A N/A N/A

Sightseeing Tour (50-60mins) on board a small train. Departure and ticket sale at the Place de la Constitution (5min walk from the Luxembourg City Tourist Office)

http://www.lcto.lu/en/fid/1/66/92/petrussexpress/

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Architecture and art in public space-Kirchberg

90€

(approx. 118$)

Yes N/A 25 Friday 29th June

Discover during this three-hours guided walking tour the modern sculptures and the contemporary architecture of a futuristic part of the city, the Kirchberg Plateau which is stamped with audacious constructions! This walk will confront you with sculptures, art in public space, pure banking architecture, museums, sports centres and even parcs. The modern and futuristic, less-known side of the fortress-city of Luxembourg!

http://www.lcto.lu/en/fid/1/65/85/architectureandart-kirchberg/

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World War II

70€

(approx. 92$)

Yes N/A 25 Friday 29th June

This 2-hours city walk illustrates the historical sites and the places of memory in relation to World War Two.

http://www.lcto.lu/en/fid/1/65/89/spurensuche/

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City Promenade Gourmande

110€

(approx. 144$)

Yes N/A 30 Friday 29th June

Over the course of this culinary city sightseeing in the heart of Luxembourg City, we invite you to discover the picturesque quarters and prodigious panoramas of a millennial fortress city whilst savouring here and there delicious specialities and native products.

http://www.lcto.lu/en/fid/1/65/67/citypromenadegourmande/

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Vauban Circular Walk

90€

(approx. 118$)

Yes N/A 25 Friday 29th June

The Vauban Circular Walk, named after the famous French fortress builder Sébastien le Prestre de Vauban (1633-1707), leads the visitor through one part of the fortifications of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. This tour can be made independently with the aid of a leaflet (2€, approx. 2.50$ to be bought at the Luxembourg City Tourist Office) which includes the directions as well as information. Alternatively, the tour can be made with a guide (3h).

http://www.lcto.lu/en/fid/1/65/74/vauban/

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Wenzel Circular Walk

90€

(approx. 118$)

Yes N/A 25 Friday 29th June

This tour through time and space shows you 1000 years of history in 100 minutes! Rated “outstanding cultural itinerary” by the Council of Europe, the walk crosses the famous Bock casemates, connects the upper and lower town and offers amazing views on the fortress ramparts. You’ll discover the “Bock” promontory, its casemates (entrance fee 3€, not included), the old town, the Wenceslas ring wall, the Alzette valley and Luxembourg’s unique fortifications. This tour can be made independently with the aid of a leaflet (2€, approx. 2.50$ to be bought at the Luxembourg City Tourist Office), which includes the directions as well as information. Alternatively, the tour can be made with a guide (2.5h).

http://www.lcto.lu/en/fid/1/65/72/wenzel/

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City Safari (for kids)

70€

(approx. 92$)

Yes 10 N/A Friday 29th June

A rather different rallye for kids (5-12 years) and families. Guided return of unaccompanied children to the initial meeting point. In collaboration with the Natural History Museum of Luxembourg. On request every day, except on Monday.

http://www.lcto.lu/en/fid/1/65/71/citysafari/