The heart of the Grand Duchy is known as the "Centre". The rolling hills which extend from the Capital hold many surprises. Surrounded by farms and woodland, beautiful villages nestle in picturesque valleys, verdant slopes are topped with splendid castles.
For 42 kilometres, the River Moselle forms the border with Germany. Stretching from “Three Country Corner” in the south to Wasserbillig in the north, its western banks are marked by perfectly tended vineyards surrounding picturesque wine-growers villages.
This area of almost primeval beauty is justly known as “Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland”. Rushing streams babble their way through narrow gorges, past bizarre rock formations and through dense woodland, emerging occasionally in verdant pastures.