Luxembourg Card 2017: access to more than 60 attractions

Nowhere else can you visit a whole country with a single tourist “passport”. The Luxembourg Card 2017 gives free access and large reductions for more than 60 attractions. It also gives unlimited use of the country’s public transport network. It’s a real “must have” for groups, families and individuals.

The Luxembourg Card 2017 tourist passport gives easy and quick access to major attractions in the Grand Duchy, with new sites added for 2017. Valid for one, two or three days, the respective cost is €13, €20 and €28 for individuals, and €28, €48 and €68 for groups and families of up to five people. Entrance is then free in most cases, or else substantial entrance cost reductions are offered. The Luxembourg Card also gives money off ticket prices for shows at the Grand Théâtre and the Philharmonie in Luxembourg City, the Cube 521 in Marnach, and for the Echternach and Wiltz festivals.

There is also a Luxembourg Card excursion programme to help visitors make interesting discoveries. Bicycling tourists are helped too, with substantially more bike-hire outlets having been opened recently. 

Many interesting exhibitions are on-going at any one time, so the Luxembourg Card becomes a museum card. The Musée Dräi Eechelen shows how Luxembourg’s town fortress was transformed into an open, civilian town. The Mudam has an exhibition of the Spanish artist Cristina Lucas, featuring her work exploring power mechanisms. The Musée d’Histoire de la Ville de Luxembourg will inaugurate in May 2017 a new layout for the expanded permanent collection. The card will also help make the most of your journey back in time as you walk around Luxembourg’s old town (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) with its castles, defensive tunnels and fortified walls.

The Luxembourg Card gives access to guided tours, games of bowling, Segway and pedalo rides, opportunities to go climbing, as well as well maintained swimming pools with thrilling water slides. The Luxembourg Science Center in Differdange is a new addition to the card scheme for 2017.

Wine lovers seeking quality, authentic local produce will also benefit, as the Luxembourg Card helps them discover several wine cellars and wine tasting cruises on the Moselle river.

Free public transport makes it easy to get around, even as far as some of the more out of the way, charming villages.

Visits in neighbouring towns are also included (Trier in Germany and Bastogne in Belgium). The tourist passport is on sale in tourist offices, hotels, campsites and youth hostels. You can even organise you trip from home by ordering online.

Publication date
25 January 2017
Luxembourg for Tourism
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