Get ready to enjoy the best Private Luxembourg Walking Tour. It is a different experience, full of memories, beautiful photos, exquisite cuisine and a lot of history.
We can’t talk with certainty about a fixed itinerary. Each guide gives it its own personal touch and of course. Being a tour a la carte, it is you who decide what to see or enjoy on this walk made to your measure.
What we can assure you is that it will be a wonderful Private Luxembourg Walking Tour in which you will count on the company of a private bilingual guide. Your guide, at the end of the tour will have become a good friend and who will have revealed for you all the secrets that hide one of the most picturesque and famous medieval cities in the world.
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Although the path of the walking tour through Luxembourg is decided by you, here is an example. There are certain iconic places that we want to recommend hoping for one to be of your interest and that you may enjoy it on your next tour.
So let’s begin:
A mandatory stop is the City Hall of Luxembourg. One of the most recognizable of all the town buildings. It will be the meeting point with your guide. It is one of the first architectural attractions you will enjoy on this tour of Luxembourg.
Then you can decide what to visit or what not but if you leave it to your expert guide, most likely the next stop on the schedule is the Grand Ducal Palace. The official residence of the Grand Duke. The place where it is explained why this country is the only sovereign grand duchy of the world.
Right next to the palace, a few meters away we will find the Parade Square. This is another architectural beauty of the place that you can explore at ease and take more of a selfie for your social networks.
Another mandatory stop is the Cathedral of Notre Dame. This is the old Gothic church that inspired Victor Hugo to write his work “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” and that many years later Disney immortalized in cinema.
But in terms of religious buildings that you shouldn’t miss, the Church of San Miguel should definitely be on your list. It is one of the oldest buildings in the city. It has also been demolished and raised on several occasions.
If you are one of those people who love to take pictures of landscapes, both natural and urban, then you should not miss The Cornice Road. The perfect place to take a panoramic picture of the entire city of Luxembourg and the Monument of Remembrance. From here you can admire the Pétrusse River, next to the forests that surround this beautiful city.