After lunch, continue your adventure by walking towards the Grand Ducal Palace, the city residence of the grand ducal family. During the summer months, you can get a look behind the scenes on a guided tour. Don't forget to book your tickets at the Luxembourg City Tourist Office.
Head to Place de Clairefontaine, home of the Ministry of State. Then walk past the Cathedral "Notre-Dame de Luxembourg" towards the Place de la Constitution,. Enjoy the amazing view of the Pétrusse valley, the Gare district and the Adolphe Bridge, which was the largest stone arch bridge ever built when it was inaugurated in 1903.
After visiting one of the most beautiful viewpoints, head for the Panoramic Elevator of the Pfaffenthal. The ride in the glass cabin offers a breathtaking view (71m high) over the Kirchberg Plateau, the business district of Luxembourg's banking and financial centre and home to one of the several seats of the European Union, including The European Court of Justice, the European Investment Bank and the European Court of Auditors.