Discover the The Old Town with its tiny streets filled with boutiques that reveal the treasures of the city's rich history!
Visit Musee National d’Histoire et d’Art and gaze at the enormous Roman Mosaic and exhibitions presented over six floors, including the painting gallery which is home to the work of Joseph Kutter – one of the most important Luxembourgish painters. Step inside the beautiful Cathedrale Notre-Dame de Luxembourg, admire the hanging tapestries and church organ and descend into its creepy crypt.
Visit the Palais Grand-Ducal and, during summer months, you can also book a guided tour and admire jewellery and art exhibits within the building. The recently restored building is a 16th century structure which is the city residence of the Grand Ducal family. Hop off and visit The Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean opened in 2006. This impressive building offers 6000 square metres of exhibition space on which you can peruse exhibitions comprising paintings, photography, design, graphic arts and multimedia. If you’re looking for a shopping experience, then stroll around the Galerie Kons SA mall. Stop by and appreciate the flora, fountains and tranquillity in Parc de Ville or nearby Parc Ed Klein.
Let City Sightseeing guide you around the city and help you to get the most out of your stay. Dine out in one of the city’s many restaurants or unwind in an Irish bar, sip a cocktail and dance to 80’s and 90’s beats. Be it drinks in the square during long summer evenings, traditional cosy pubs or sports bars – experience a different side of Luxembourg at night time. For a taste of culture, spend an evening absorbed in the atmosphere of a live performance at the impressive Philharmonie Luxembourg, with its outstanding acoustics and a building which rests on no less than 800 columns!
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Please note that Routes/Maps are subject to change without notice. Any changes are beyond our control and no refunds will be offered. For the most up to date Route/Map please always enquire when in resort.
- Season: April – October.
- Ticket Length: 24 hrs
- Start Point: Constitution Square.
- First Tour: 10am.
- Last Tour: 6pm (weekdays) and 8pm (weekends).
- Duration: 60 minutes.
- Frequency: Every 20 minutes..
- Commentary: English, German, French, Dutch, Spanish, Russian and Japanese.
- Disabled access available.
- You can start using your ticket within 3 months starting from the date specified on your voucher.