Ecclesiastical heritage of the city

Ecclesiastical heritage of the city

Discover the most relevant churches and sacred edifices.

Ecclesiastical heritage of the city

A three-hour visit of the most relevant churches and sacred edifices such as the Cathedral to Our Lady, Saint Michael’s Church, Saint John’s Church and Saint Quirin’s Chapel. On request, the guided tour of churches can be extended to the whole territory of the Grand Duchy.

Points of interest

St John's Church

St John's Church

Also named Saint John on the Stone, it is mentioned as early as 1309 in the foundation document of Count Henry VII. At the same time as Neumünster Abbey, a new church is set u...

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St Michael's Church

St Michael's Church

It is the oldest holy building in the city, replacing the castle chapel of the Counts of Luxembourg placed on the same site in 987. In the course of the centuries the church was de...

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Quirinus Chapel

Quirinus Chapel

On its site there was originally a heathen shrine which the Romans later worshipped as an early Christian sanctuary. A rock source surges here; people ascribed a beneficial curing ...

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Useful information

Infos

Duration
3 hours

Number of people
max. 8

Map

Price

For private guided tours:

Prices

Group from 1 to 8 people 150€

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