Luxembourg is one of the smallest countries in Europe, but its size is more than compensated by the wealth of attractions that makes it an excellent destination for any visitor. The capital, which has twice been named the European capital of culture, is rich in art and nature. The various nearby villages, nestled within a spectacular landscape, are famous for their feudal houses and medieval castles (a total of 109).
In the north, you can go skiing and practice other mountain sports, while in the east, in the valley of Moselle, don’t forget to taste the local wines.
Luxembourg also has great entertainment opportunities for children. In the south, in Bettembourg, you will find the Parc Merveilleux, a zoo housing exotic animals from around the world.