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Luxembourg: Pétrusse Express Sightseeing Tour with VR

1. Luxembourg: Pétrusse Express Sightseeing Tour with VR

Discover Luxembourg by train on a guided city tour. Take a journey into the past on the Pétrusse Express. Explore the Pfaffenthal district of central Luxembourg City. See how this part of the city used to look and how people used to live in the 19th century via a virtual reality headset. Meet your guide and board the Pétrusse Express tourist train at the Montée de Clausen. Settle into your seat and listen to the guided commentary as you pass through the city. Take in the Casemates du Bock, Plateau du Rahm, Grund, and "Muerbelsmillen", a former mustard factory in Pfaffenthal. Then, put on your VR headset to be taken on a 360° journey into the past. Discover exactly what the spot you are in used to look like thanks to VR technology based on geolocation. Explore the narrow streets of Pfaffenthal and see famous Luxembourgers and inhabitants in historical dress.

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What people are saying about Luxembourg

It’s fun for a one-off, especially for children. It says the ride will take approximately 25 minutes but I entered the train at the busstation in Vianden at 1pm and got off at the castle about 10 minutes later. So maybe 25 minutes would be if you did a retour train. This is also a very good way to reach the castle (and see the town) if steep hills are a challenge for you. From the stop at the castle it’s another uphill walk (3-5 minutes) to reach the castle entrance.

Really a very nice course. The explanations were helpful and relevant. Using virtual reality is really nice!