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Hotels in Luxembourg

Hotels in Luxembourg

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Languages

The most commonly spoken languages are French and German.

Fun Facts

Only around half a million people live in Luxembourg.

Currency

Euro

Local Time

1 hour ahead of UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

Luxembourg’s climate is similar to the rest of north-west Europe, with warm summers and cool winters. Although winter is fairly mild, the average temperature drops to 0°C , with some rain. In summer the temperature is relatively hot, but often drops at night. The sunniest months are from May to August, and the south of Luxembourg is warmer than the north.
Hotels in Luxembourg City will suit families, as there’s plenty to see in the country’s historic capital. Kids will enjoy exploring the tunnels and shelters of Casemates du Bock in Grund district. The impressive Palais Grand-Ducal and Luxembourg City History Museum are both less than half a kilometre away, too. Head to the Kirchberg Quarter to find the Philharmonic of Luxembourg concert hall and historic Fortress of Luxembourg or hit the shops at the Auchan Shopping centre.If you’re looking for an idyllic countryside retreat, choose a hotel in the Mullerthal region. The area has been nicknamed ‘Little Switzerland’ due to its picture-perfect grassy hills that make the ideal setting for a romantic getaway.Experience the region’s beauty first-hand on the Mullerthal Trail, which winds through 112 kilometres of forests, valleys and fields. Visit the village of Mullerthal to find the famous Schiessentümpel waterfall or stroll through the historic streets of Echternach, the oldest town in the country.Home to a 13th-century Gothic church and a ninth-century castle straight out of a fairytale, Vianden is the place to visit for culture-loving groups. The breathtaking town is nestled in the Our Valley and offers lots to see, including the unmissable Vianden Castle and the house where Victor Hugo lived during his 1871 exile. Take in the area’s natural beauty from the town’s chairlift, which offers a panoramic view across the area from 450 metres up.Wine lovers won’t want to miss the Moselle Valley in the country’s south-west, where you’ll find Luxembourg’s finest vineyards.

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