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Map & Location

1 Park Dräi Eechelen (10 Rue Fort Thuengen)
Luxemburg 1499
Luxembourg

Tel: (352) 27333-1Fax: (352) 27333-999

melia.luxembourg@melia.com

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N +49º 36' 58.96" / W +6º 8' 25.96"

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ONE OF THE RICHEST CITIES IN EUROPE

Luxembourg isthe capital of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and stands on the confluence of the Alzette and Pétrusse rivers to the south of the country. Here is the historic Luxembourg castle around which the city grew.

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Luxembourg is considered to be one of the richest cities in Europe and has become an important financial and administrative centre. It is the seat of several European Union institutions including the European Court of Justice, the European Court of Auditors and the European Investment Bank.

TYPICAL CUISINE

TYPICAL CUISINE

  • The cuisine is a fundamental part of the country’s customs and traditions. To enjoy the authentic flavour of the city, we recommend you walk its streets, boulevards, squares and parks
  • Amongst the highlights is the wood oven smoked ham and dried cod with olive oil and garlic. The most popular drink is wine  many different varieties of which are produced in the country

NATURE

NATURE

  • Amid plains and forests, dotted with lakes and rivers, the landscapes of Luxembourg are charming and fascinating
  • Luxembourg means unexpectedly coming across a picturesque village, a mysterious ruin or simply stunning countryside. Rocky formations, meandering streams or colourful flora
  • Family holidays, hiking or romantic breaks, Luxembourg has the perfect natural space for you to discover and enjoy
  • For more information and maps, contact reception

MAIN ATTRACTIONS

MAIN ATTRACTIONS

  • Adolphe Bridge: The city’s most important bridge and built in 1903. It is 46m high and 221m long
  • The Grand Ducal Palace: Built at the end of the 16th century by Adam Roberti with a façade decorated in a Spanish Moor style
  • Notre-Dame Cathedral: Built in 1618 in Baroque style with Renaissance elements and adornments. Inside is the Dukes’ pantheon, whose entrance is guarded by two lions
  • The Bock Casemates: The passageways and galleries excavated out of the rocky promontory during the Middle Ages which served as a refuge from the onslaught of enemies. These passageways are famous for their intense cold

ART AND CULTURE

ART AND CULTURE

  • With its numerous museums, fabulous architecture, castles and fortifications, Luxembourg combines a variety of attractive cultural sites. The culture of Luxembourg is a true reflection of its multicultural and diverse population
  • So you can enjoy the culture of the country, the National Tourism Office has created the LuxembourgCard offering free access to 55 cultural sites in the city

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