Where to Stay in Luxembourg?
The country's compact size allows you to stay in the countryside while being close to the hustle and bustle of the city, and gives you countless options by extension.
Due to its central location right next to the Notre Dame cathedral, Le Palace d’Armes is one of the most popular hotels in the capital city of Luxembourg. The neighbourhood features many of the key attractions in the city while also being close to most business hotspots. The hotel features Art Nouveau and modern styles of interior, adding a modern twist while respecting the bilding's historical features. If you're tired after a long day, you don't even need to find a place to eat - the hotel's small restaurant is Michelin recommended.
What to do in Luxembourg?
Luxembourg boasts beautiful architecture that you will absolutely love. It's a small and very walkable city.
If you enjoy admiring architectural achievements, you'll absolutely love the The Palais Grand-Ducal. It serves as the town residence of the Grand Duke, and it’s splendor has made it an iconic symbol of the city. For one, the beautiful façades date back to the 16th century Flemish Renaissance. The Palais even offers guided tours in the summer months, if you'd like to get a glimpse of the life of Luxembourg's royalty.
Kirchberg is another must-visit destination during your tripo Luxembourg. At a glance, it's only the business the district, but it's actually much more. It contains a breathtaking, diverse array of architecture that symbolizes Luxembourg's transformation over the past few centuries. From a single vantage point, you can see the rolling hills and fertile valleys of Luxembourg as well as its bustling economic center and beautiful architecture.
The more artistically inclined will absolutely love the Cinémathèque. This charming cinema specialializes in art house movies that are shown in their original languages and shows everything from French classics to Eastern European new wave cinema.
What to Eat in Luxembourg?
Luxembourg's unique position between both Latin and Germanic countries has lead it to develop a unique, characteristic cuisine. The merge of sophisticated French cuisine and German down-to-earth soul food has made the country a fantastic destination for food-lovers. More recently, Italian and Portuguese immigration has further influenced the food scene in the country, making it even more rich and varied. Nowadays, Luxembourg boasts several Michelin-starred restaurants, fantastic chocolate, and exquisite pâtisseries.
Our favourite high-class restaurant is Ma Langue Sourit, boasting an impressive two-star Michelin grade. Located east of the capital in the small town of Oetrange, Ma Langue Sourit offers a warm and intimate experience. The dishes are prepared without unnecessary frills, but they offer a perfect balance of flavours. What could be a more perfect dinner after a long day of sightseeing?
If you're looking for a more creative experience, you can't go wrong with La Distillerie. Located in the Bourglinster Castle, this restaurant offers both incredible views and unique, inventive dishes. The chef's strengths lie in the unique assembly of vegetables and perfect technical execution of the sauces. If you could only eat one meal in Luxembourg, be sure to have it here!
Why Choose LunaJets?
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