1. You won’t want to miss the Chemin de la Corniche, refered to as "the most beautiful balcony of Europe", and its incredible view on the Bock Promontory, as well as on the Grund district on the banks of the Alzette river.
2. The historic and superb Wenzel wall is part of the city fortifications. Its 15th century bridge the Stierchen bridge will give you a stunning view on the Bock Promontory and will lead you to the Rham Plateau.
3. Place de la constitution is a show stopper for its gorgeous view on the State Savings Bank and Petrusse valley. In the center of the Place de la Constitution, make sure to look up to take a good view on the famous statue Gëlle Fra, symbol of the freedom and resistance for the Luxembourg people.
4. Your visit of Luxembourg City wouldn’t be complete without a walk by Grand-Ducal Palace one of the most beautiful buildings in the centre of Luxembourg, built in the 16th century. You may even be able to see the guard of honour of the Luxembourg army, patrolling in front of the Grand Ducal Palace.
5. The city’s fortification are integral part to the city’s history and esthetics, you’ll absolutely want to see the Bock Promontory, one of the best views for this iconic site would be from the wenzel wall.
6. The Cathedral Notre-Dame de Luxembourg located in the Ville Haute district.
7. The National Museum of History and Art located in Ville Haute, a few steps away from the Chemin de la Corniche, contains a free permanent exhibition.
8. Amateur photographers will want to spend a moment in front of the Philharmonie building in the Kirchberg district for a nice photo session.
9. The Adolphe Bridge has a lower deck that not everyone sees a first glance. From there the view is worth stopping for a moment to look at the Pétrusse valley.
10. Last but definitely not least the Pfaffenthal Panoramic Elevator and its glass floor is one of a kind and is as beautiful as it is convenient to get from Ville Haute to the Pfaffenthal district and its lovely paved streets.