All in one: only for groups

Ancient capital city with its many different sides.

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All in one: only for groups


All in one: only for groups

Tour for groups

65.00 p.p.€

Do you have a day to spend in Luxembourg? What should you do? And what should you see? And how can you possibly fit it all in? To help you get to know our ancient capital city and its many different sides, we can offer a varied itinerary for your one-day stay in Luxembourg.


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Bock Casemates

Belonging to the UNESCO World Heritage, the first underground tunnels were built in 1644, in the era of the...

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Chemin de la Corniche

Also called “the most beautiful balcony of Europe” (according to the Luxembourg writer Batty...

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European Convention Center Luxembourg

The basement level of the Alcide de Gasperi Building now houses the European Convention Center Luxembourg...

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Monuments & public places

Grand Ducal Palace

In its function as the city residence of the Grand Ducal family, it is situated right in the core of the Old...

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Neimënster - Centre Culturel de Rencontre

The old Altmünster Benedictine abbey was devastated in 1542 during the war between the French King...


Monuments & public places

Place de la Constitution

The Constitution Square was put up on the ancient Beck bastion (1644, 1685).  The...


Adults: 65.00 p.p.€

Practical information


1 day


10.30 am:
Arrival by own coach in Luxembourg. You will be met and welcomed by an experienced guide from the Luxembourg City Tourist Office.

Combined tour of the city (by bus and on foot, two hours and a half): the railway station quarter, the European Centre, the banking and government districts, the ancient suburbs, the Corniche, the old town and the Grand Ducal Palace (from the outside).

1 pm:

Lunch with Luxembourg specialities. Free time for shopping after lunch.

3 to 5.30 pm:

Wenzel circular walk: Departure from outside the Luxembourg City Tourist Office. A two-and-a-half hour guided stroll through the upper and lower parts of the city, from the "Bock" promontory, along the restored Wenceslas Wall and through the Alzette valley with its impressive fortifications.

People number

min. 20
max. 55