The surroundings

guttland

Visit Guttland

Just outside the city of Luxembourg, the visitors will find an enchanting setting of charming villages with old farm houses, imposing castles and beautiful natural landscapes.

minett

Visit Minett

The south of the country once provided the nation’s wealth. But now the open-cast mines and iron-ore workings have given way to Mother Nature.

eislek

Visit Éislek

The fine conifer forests of the Ardennes stretch from Belgium to France and cover a large part of north-west Luxembourg.

moselle

Visit Moselle

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.

mullerthal

Mullerthal region

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.

The Greater Region

QuattroPole - a cross-border network of cities

4 CITIES – 3 COUNTRIES – 3 LANGUAGES – 530.000 INHABITANTS

QuattroPole is a cross-border network of 4 cities of comparable size, located between three neighbouring countries and within an hour’s drive of each other: Luxembourg, Metz, Saarbrücken and Trier. Their cooperation in the QuattroPole network is an expression of real European openness, reinforced by the proximity of their borders. Their aim is to work closely together and to develop innovative projects in order to contribute to a more united Europe. 


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