Luxembourg for Tourism organizes various Blog trips over the year. Find the whole list here.
Arrival Date: 21/06/2017
Departure Date: 24/06/2017
Discover Luxembourg’s extremely diverse cultural offer and citylife.
Start your trip by travelling through time and different architectural styles while you explore the capital’s old city and fortress, located around the “Bock rock”. Famous architects such as Sébastien Le Prestre de Vauban developed the fortification to such an extent that it was referred to as the Gibraltar of the North. Additionally the culture and art scene in Luxembourg let your heart beat faster. May it be due to the numerous castles and fortifications or for the outstanding museums, exhibitions and concerts throughout the year. During this trip you will be able to enjoy the finest arts and cultural happenings such as the Summer in the City Opening Act and the National Day celebrations.
Driving up north, to the castle of Clervaux, will enable you to discover the famous photo collection “ Family of Man” curated by Edward Steichen and part of Unesco’s world documentary heritage. The exhibition consists of 503 pictures highlighting aspects and parts of human life. The aim is to spread an important message: the unity of the people. The impressive castle of Vianden is yet another gem that you will discover during your stay, without forgetting Luxembourg’s delicious and various gastronomic offer.
This 4-Day trip includes 2 planned activities, 2 lunches, 2 dinners and you will stay at a beautiful and comfortable City hotel.
You are the creator of your own experience as you will plan your own journey discovering Luxembourg’s cultural offer with or without locals.
Are you interested in joining the #BestofLuxembourg campaign?
We are looking for travel bloggers and videomakers from Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, France, Switzerland, United Kingdom and the United States.
Please contact us for more information and send us a full application why you are the best fit for this blog trip before May 5th!Request for participation >