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Luxembourg: Hop-on Hop-off Bus and City Train Combo Ticket

1. Luxembourg: Hop-on Hop-off Bus and City Train Combo Ticket

Embark on a hop-on hop-off bus tour and ride the iconic tourist City Train of Luxembourg City with this combo sightseeing ticket. Enjoy 2 different city tours valid for 24 hours with stops spread throughout the city. Discover Luxembourg City from an open-top double-decker bus. Sit back and enjoy your ride as the hop-on hop-off bus takes you to some of the most notable areas of the city, with an informative onboard audio guide provided in 8 languages. Admire the beauty and charm of the capital as you pass by the Gëlle Fra Memorial Monument on Constitution Square, the Red Bridge of Grand Duchess Charlotte, the Mudam Museum, and the Philharmonie. Then, meet your driver at the Montée de Clausen and find yourself a spot inside the touristic train. Jump onboard the City Train to journey to the old town of Luxembourg City, through the historical sites of the Old Fortress. Pass by several of the must-see landmarks of the City, including the Bock Casemates, Rives de Clausen, Grund, and Rham Plateau. Marvel at the Alzette Valley and take advantage of this breathtaking view to take some stunning pictures. Bus stops for Hop on Hop off bus tour: Departure: Boulevard de la Petrusse - Luxembourg, Spuerkeess Gare centrale, quai 105 Gare centrale Rocade, quai 3 Fondation Pescatore, quai 1 Philharmonie / Mudam Kirchberg Roud Bréck - Pafendall, quai 3 Departure for City Train: Montée de Clausen, Um Bock

Luxembourg: City Train Ticket

2. Luxembourg: City Train Ticket

Discover the old town of Luxembourg with tickets to the iconic City Train. Navigate the most popular districts and come across ancient landmarks. Listen to insightful commentary on board and gaze at stunning views of the historic center. Thanks to the route taken by the City Train, formerly known as the Petrusse Express, travelers aboard the city train depart from the old town to the historic centre of Luxembourg City. The 45-minute journey starts at the Montée de Clausen, more precisely at the Um Bock stop, and then heads towards the Grund area and Rives de Clausen, the Plateau du Rham and back to its starting point. The Rives de Clausen form a district of bars and restaurants, established on the site of the former Luxembourg beer brewery “Mousel”. Situated along the Alzette river, the Rives de Clausen appeal to a wide variety of tastes and attract a very cosmopolitan public, which is typical for Luxembourg. The Rives de Clausen are also part of a larger plan to enhance the suburbs of the former fortress. The Rham Plateau proudly overlooks three sides of the Alzette valley and offers a stunning view of the old city of Luxembourg. It has been an integral part of Luxembourg’s fortifications since the 15th century and was later expanded by Vauban with four imposing military barracks, currently used as modern and comfortable housing for seniors. You can make a stop for a few minutes while waiting for the next train.

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4.1 / 5

based on 41 reviews

The booked 10h tour did not take place, when I asked by phone a very friendly employee then informed me that it was technically. There were problems and I can use my ticket for the trip at 11:00 a.m. Then it worked and the wait was worth it.

The booking worked wonderfully and everything went smoothly on site. It was worth booking the Petrusse Express. A good alternative for the disabled to see the most important sights in Luxembourg.

Beautiful city tour of Luxembourg City. Unfortunately, the audio didn't always match the location and sometimes ended without fully explaining the station.

Very good but it would have been even better with an open train, to see better

Very nice to discover and know the history of Luxembourg