Luxembourg: city of contrasts
Nowhere else do the remains of ancient fortresses and the creations of contemporary architecture mix so discreetly. Besides, the Old City of Luxembourg has been part of UNESCO World Heritage. Brand new high-tech constructions rub shoulders with historic buildings testifying to a past rich in experiences. In short: Luxembourg is a modern city with deep roots.
The green lungs of the city
A third of the surface of Luxembourg city is covered by beautifully and green landscaped. The abundance of parks and gardens across the capital of Luxembourg make the city a green setting where life is good. You can also discover the touristic, cultural and historical sites of Luxembourg, through a city tour by a tourist bus.
Heterogeneous business platform
While it is known for its financial districts, we often forget that the city of Luxembourg is also hosting many European institutions. In fact, Luxembourg’s business districts clearly represent a dynamic and heterogeneous business platform which is not limited to financial activities.
You will also have the chance to explore the architectural eras of the city by visiting the historic center.