Attractions: get ready for some great discoveries

The historic city was one of the most formidable fortresses in Europe until the 19th century.
The fortifications and old parts of the city, classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site, are incredibly well preserved.

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Bock Casemates

Belonging to the UNESCO World Heritage, the first underground tunnels were built in 1644, in the era of the Spanish domination. The 23-kilometre long galleries were enlarged only 40 years later by Vauban, the French military engineer and fortress builder, and in the 18th century by the Austrians. The fortress ramparts and the historically impressive Old Town enjoy international reputation: in 1994 UNESCO listed them as World Heritage.


"Gëlle Fra" Memorial in Luxembourg City

Among historic monuments in Luxembourg, the Golden Lady on Constitution Square was set up in 1923 to commemorate the Luxembourgers who perished in the First World War. The memorial represents a gold-plated female figure on a stone obelisk.


Skatepark in Luxembourg-Ville

Surrounded by the old Vauban fortress in the valley, this huge ultra-modern skatepark opens onto a fabulous setting.


MUDAM-Museum of Modern Art Grand-Duc Jean

Famous architect I.M. Pei chose the historic site of the Fort Thüngen for the construction of the Musée d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean (Mudam).


Grand Ducal Palace

In its function as the city residence of the Grand Ducal family, it is situated right in the core of the Old Town.


Cathedral "Notre-Dame de Luxembourg"

The Cathedral "Notre-Dame de Luxembourg" was originally a Jesuit church, the foundation stone of which was laid in 1613.

Points of Interest and attractions in Luxembourg City

Luxembourg-City is a city that deserves to be known and visited throughout all the seasons. One tourist site could be concealing another. The most prominent attractions include the "casemates" or bunkers, which are among the longest subterranean tunnels in the world. The casemates that once formed an extraordinary network of 23 km were carved into the rocks of the city and are a top attraction in Luxembourg-City. Not only did they provide shelter for thousands of defenders with their equipment and horses, but they were also home to workshops of artillery and armaments, kitchens, bakeries, slaughterhouses, etc.

Luxembourg-City has a plethora of historic and tourist sites simply waiting to be discovered. Picturesque squares, quaint back alleys that make you feel alive, majestic boulevards and beautifully sculptured parks that coax you in for a stroll. The city of Luxembourg is proud of its eventful history that began over a thousand years ago. As the headquarters of important European institutions, Luxembourg is famous all over the world. Welcome to Luxembourg-City!


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