Start your visit at the Bock Promontory, the cradle of the city of Luxembourg. Acquired by count Siegfried in 963, he had a castle called "Lucilinburhuc" built there. It was there that the name of Luxembourg first appeared in history.
Then continue along the Chemin de la Corniche, also called "the most beautiful balcony in Europe". Admire the splendid view of the Alzette valley and the Neumünster Abbey, the lower town of Grund as well as the Rham Plateau. At the end of the path, you will arrive at the buildings of the Cité judiciaire, located on the Plateau du Saint-Esprit. Take the public lift to the Grund district, one of the most authentic and charming districts of the city.
Follow the 'Breedewee' and its Spanish gate towards the Fish Market to return to the upper town. You will walk past one of the capital's oldest buildings, the 'Ennert de Steiler' house.