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Luxembourg Getaway
Luxembourg Getaway

6 nights from $528*

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This customizable package gives you the opportunity to witness Luxembourg like never before with this unforgettable getaway. Explore Luxembourg a captivating old city with cobbled streets and imposing walls; this surprising city is rich in diversity, so the food and culture is unrivaled. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

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  • The Complete Benelux (Self Drive)
    The Complete Benelux (Self Drive)

    17 nights from $1,435*


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  • Brussels - Bruges - Luxembourg - Strasbourg by Train
    Brussels - Bruges - Luxembourg - Strasbourg by Train

    8 nights from $670*


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  • Luxembourg is one of the world`s smallest countries, landlocked by Belgium, France and Germany. It boasts award-winning wine and food, an ancient network of underground tunnels and is best known for its status as Europe`s most powerful investment management center. It is often compared to Switzerland. Both NATO and the EU have installations in Luxembourg as do other European organizations.

  • Spend time in the lush, green region of Ardennes, which consists of mountains that extend from southeast Belgium. You`ll find some fascinating castles in this region, such as Vianden castle. The cosmopolitan Luxembourg City may be modest in size, but it is a prosperous and bustling metropolis steeped in history. Be sure to check out the bizarre rock formation, creeks and waterfalls at the Mullerthal, sometimes referred to as `Little Switzerland.` Explore the hiking trails and rich iron mining area of Red Rocks and discover the great white wines in the Moselle region.

  • Weather in Luxembourg is moderated somewhat by the sea some 200 miles to the north. Summers can be warm. There are about 10-13 rain days each month. It is wetter in the north. The best time to visit is the Springtime, when the wildflowers bloom in abundance. For more information, check out: Best Time to Visit Luxembourg

  • We recommend 2-3 days based on what you want to see and do.

  • Luxembourg is a compact country, making it easy to reach nearly any town in the country in an hour or less by public transport. The Mobilitéit agency coordinates the country`s trains and buses. Most public transportation in Luxembourg is Free! You only need a ticket for cross-border journeys, or if you wish to travel first class on the train.

    By Train: The Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois (CFL) train network is generally a good way to move across the country. Luxembourg city is the main railway hub, from where trains head in all directions. While the south is reasonably well covered, the north is limited to one main line. Trains in Luxembourg are comfortable and modern, and generally run perfectly on-time.

    By Bus: The country is served by countless bus services, reaching every little village in the country. Most services run at least every hour throughout the week, with higher frequencies during weekdays and reduced operation on Saturdays and Sundays.

    The bus service out of town is also extensive and reliable. Buses numbered 100 upwards will take you out of the city. For destinations in the north of the country, one usually first needs to take a train to Mersch, Ettelbruck, Wiltz, or Clervaux, and change there to a bus to the final destination. Other destinations usually have a direct bus from the capital.

    Buses are modern and clean. Screens and announcements on-board advise of the next stop on most bus services. It is important to hail the bus you wish to catch by raising your hand towards the road as it arrives.

    By Car: Luxembourg`s road infrastructure is well-developed. Anywhere that happens to lie along the major motorways is easily accessible (including Grevenmacher in the east, Mamer to the west, Bettembourg to the south and Mersch and Ettelbruck in the north). Esch-sur-Alzette, the country`s second city (more like a small town by international standards) also has its own motorway link.

    Driving in Luxembourg is nowhere as challenging as in some other European countries. The locals are generally polite. When entering the highways from side roads into the slower traffic lane, the other drivers will allow you to join the traffic line, but traffic indicators are essential. As with other highways in Europe always keep in the slow traffic lane, keeping the fast lane for overtaking. Some drivers travel at high speeds and will flash their headlights to indicate that they are in a hurry, even if you are sitting on the speed limit. Normal day-to-day driving in Luxembourg is generally smooth but traffic does slow down in peak times.

    Finding parking in Luxembourg city center on weekends can be difficult. Most spaces are quickly taken and some parking garages close early. The best option is to find somewhere near the station and then walk around the city center.

    By Bike: The streets and landscape in Luxembourg make for good cycling territory.

  • Luxembourg uses the Euro. Also, a service charge of 15% is added to your food bill at a restaurant, so a tip isn`t mandatory, but many people add a Euro or two for good service. For more detailed information, consult our guide by clicking here Tipping in Luxembourg.

  • `Lëtzebuergesch` or Luxembourgish is the national language. It is taught in schools, but French and German are also spoken widely and are considered the `official languages.` French is the administrative language. English is common, especially in larger villages and tourist destinations within Luxembourg. We suggest you get a good English-French guidebook and familiarize yourself with common phrases such as hello, goodbye, excuse me and numbers 1-10.

  • Luxembourg Getaway (6 nights)

    Best Luxembourg Vacation Packages. Book flexible trips and tours: Luxembourg Getaway, Luxembourg City Vacations,Benelux Vacations.

    Includes: Hotel for 6 nights in Luxembourg

  • The Complete Benelux (Self Drive) (17 nights)

    A wonderful combination of stunning cities in Benelux: Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg. Visit Amsterdam (Netherlands’ capital, known for its artistic heritage, elaborate canal system and narrow houses with gabled facades),Arnhem and Maastrich (known in the Netherlands and beyond for its lively squares, narrow streets, and historic buildings) in The Netherlands. Continue to Luxembourg (is famed for its fortified medieval old town perched on sheer cliffs). After that, drive along Belgium and explore: Brussels (a very unique city that boasts an astounding blend of Art Deco Taverns, unique Flemish Art, towering Gothic Cathedrals and quaint guild houses), Bruges (one of the best-preserved medieval towns in Europe, famous for its luxurious lace making), Ghent, and Antwerp (the capital of the world's diamond business). Drive to Amsterdam for one last stay before returning home.

    Includes: Hotel for 6 nights in Luxembourg


    Brussels - Bruges - Luxembourg by Train (9 nights)

    A winning combination through Belgium and Luxembourg!. Visit Brussels (with under crowded museums, totally sumptuous, historic and luxuriously cozy full of delights); Bruges (nicknamed `Venice of the North,` and offers architectural and artistic treasures, folklore and ambient restaurants) and Luxembourg City (a delicate mix of old and new; cobbled streets and ornate windows meet the newest steel and glass office buildings elegantly) by train.

    Includes: Hotel for 6 nights in Luxembourg


    Brussels - Bruges - Luxembourg - Strasbourg by Train (8 nights)

    Combine Belgium, Luxembourg and France!. Visit Brussels (with rich history and luxurious coziness), Bruges, Luxembourg City (charming old city with its cobbled streets and imposing walls) and Strasbourg with trains between cities.

    Includes: Hotel for 6 nights in Luxembourg


    Brussels - Antwerp - Ghent - Brugges - Luxembourg by Train (10 nights)

    Explore Belgium and Luxembourg with this customizable package. Start off this journey in Brussels (with under crowded museums, totally sumptuous, historic and luxuriously cozy full of delights), then continue to Antwerp, after that, Ghent, Brugges and lastly Luxembourg City (a delicate mix of old and new; cobbled streets and ornate windows meet the newest steel and glass office buildings elegantly). Connection between cities by IC Train.

    Includes: Hotel for 6 nights in Luxembourg


  • Yes, you can combine with: Netherlands | France | Belgium

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