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Luxembourg City: Hop-On Hop-Off City Bus Tour

1. Luxembourg City: Hop-On Hop-Off City Bus Tour

Discover historic landmarks of Luxembourg City on a hop-on hop-off bus tour. Sit back and relax as the bus takes you to some of the most notable areas of the city, with onboard audio commentary provided. Hop off at the various stops to explore the areas at your own pace. Explore Constitution Square and discover the National Monument of Gëlle Fra. Admire the views of the Petrusse Valley and its famous gun emplacements, or Casemates. Walk to the nearby Place Guillaume II and see the City Hall. Visit Place'Armes and wander through the Old Town with its museums, churches, Vauban fortifications, and the Grand Duke's Palace. Disembark at Fondation Pescatore Quai 1 and discover fantastic views of the Pfaffenthal suburb and the Kirchberg district of the city. Ride the panoramic elevator or make your way to the viewing platform and take fantastic photos of the city. Hop off at the Luxexpo Parvis Sud stop outside the LUXEXPO exhibition center. Discover elegant shops, banks, large law firms, and international companies in a modern area of the city. Stops: • Boulevard de la Pétrusse (on the level of the BCEE bank) • Central Train Station • Amalia • Fondation Pescatore (Quai 1) • Philarmonie / Mudam • Luxexpo Parvis Sud • Funicular Kirchberg • Stäreplaz/Place de l'Etoile (Quai 4)

Luxembourg & Dinant: Full-Day Sightseeing Tour from Brussels

2. Luxembourg & Dinant: Full-Day Sightseeing Tour from Brussels

Discover the landlocked Grand Duchy of Luxembourg on a full-day tour from Brussels, traveling through the scenic Ardennes forests along the way. Continue to Luxembourg City, capital of the Grand Duchy. Here, your guide will take you to the Kirchberg quarter, site of many of the buildings of the European Union, such as the European Court of Justice, and the European Commission. Wander the streets of the old town, and go to the impressive Notre-Dame Cathedral, a beautiful example of late Gothic architecture with Renaissance adornments. There will be time to marvel at the Palace of the Grand Duke, and see the city’s fortifications during some free time in the city center. After some free time in the city, visit the picturesque village of Dinant, with its fifteenth century collegial, its citadel and its tiny saxophone museum (optional). Choose between a private and a shared option.

The Best of Luxembourg City: Guided E-Bike Tour

3. The Best of Luxembourg City: Guided E-Bike Tour

Begin at the meeting point in the heart of the city. Accompanied by a multilingual guide, head off to discover the most beautiful places of the capital in a single bike trip. Move around on some latest generation electric bikes to get from one place to another without getting too tired, because this tour doesn't include any hills... or almost none. Take advantage of elevators and funiculars to move uphill. Be immersed in the city's green heart, the Petrusse valley with its numerous possibilities to relax in green areas from the city center. From there you will be directed to the Grund where you will take the elevator to the plateau St. Esprit and the Judicial City - Cité Judiciaire. Ride along the Grand Ducal Palace to the historical center and its Herb Market. From the Bock crag, known as "Bockfiels", you have a wonderful view of the Grund and the Neumünster Abbey, which you will reach by bike right after. A small trail along the Alzette will lead you to the Rives de Clausen, a popular nightlife spot amongst Luxembourgish people. Continue in the Pfaffenthal until you reach the funicular that will take you up to the Kirchberg. Get out at the foot of the European institutions. Even this imposing alley has its own little park, which you can cross by bike, and then discover the most important buildings of the Luxembourg financial center. Welcome to the Kirchberg. This city district combines modernism and antiquity, and nothing is more obvious than the Mudam to prove this to you. The Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art was built on a former military fort that stands out with its imposing glass surfaces on the old 19th-century walls. Once you've passed through, go back down to the Pfaffenthal to take the panoramic elevator to the gardens of the Pescatore Foundation. Reach the city park and its "Kinnekswiss" which announces the end of the e-bike tour through the capital. The guide joins you for the whole duration of the tour and is happy to respond to your questions.

From Brussels: Luxembourg and Dinant Full-Day Private Tour

4. From Brussels: Luxembourg and Dinant Full-Day Private Tour

Be picked up from your hotel in Brussels, and travel south-east to the city of Luxembourg. Start your tour in the old part of the city, where your guide will escort you to the cathedral, the Palace of the Grand Duke, and the Place des Armes. In the lower part of the city, enjoy a spectacular view of the Kirchberg district, home to several European institutions. In the valley of the city discover the abbey of Neunmünster, the Wenceslas Wall, and the picturesque sites along the river Alzette. On your way back to Brussels stop at Les Ardennes and the charming city of Dinant. See the main landmarks of the city, such as the Collegiate Church of Notre Dame de Dinant, and the Citadel, before returning to Brussels.

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What people are saying about Kirchberg

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 374 reviews

The gentleman guide who touched us super friendly and very patient, told us the most important of the two cities. The bus very clean, everything very punctual and safe. The beautiful cities, this tour is really worth 100%, the city of Dinant is one of the most beautiful I've seen! I wish they could put more time

Very good for discovering the upper part of Luxembourg, however I advise you to complete this with a walk on the first day and the bus on the second day

We had the most wonderful guide. And, truly, if you don’t have that you miss do much. History, battles, culture- all contributed so much.

Though a bit hectic in terms of travel time - but worth every penny. Luxembourg was awesome and Dinant was serene..

It was very pleasant and the wind, the radio, everything was fine. I'm Alexander, 10 years old