Hotel Walsheim

28, place de la Gare, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg, 1616, Luxembourg | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Luxembourg City

A Drive Through Luxembourg

A travel blog entry by caylameinert

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Last Monday, we began our second group study field trip. We departed Freiburg early in the morning, dressed to impress in our business formal clothes.. Business formal clothing on a bus for over 6 hours, turns out to not look as nice once you step off the bus... On our way to Luxembourg, we stopped at the Lorraine American Cemetery and Memorial in St. Avold, France.. Not ...

Luxembourg is unique in every way

A travel blog entry by c.i.222

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... s empire. It became an independent state of 963 when Siegfried became sovereign of Lucilinburhud (Little Fortress). Germany occupied Luxembourg during WWI and WWII, and it was liberated in 1944 by allied troops.

The tour to Luxembourg was an optional ...

Luxembourg and back - in a day

A travel blog entry by kovfam

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... situated on an island in the middle. Students make up a large part of the population. We walked around here for quite a while, taking photos, absorbing the scenery and atmosphere, and popping into the stores. We also visited the French gothic cathedral Saint-Étienne de Metz.
Back home for a late dinner with all the family, Natacha had arrived from Paris that afternoon.
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City on the edge!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree

1
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... centre, with good facilities and cheap at Euro 12, so definitely the place to stay from that perspective. Don't expect any basic manners such as Good morning, Please or Thankyou though and for heavens sake, don't ask any questions or you will receive a lovely scowl. Thank God Luxembourg has banking and finance and doesn't need tourism!!

Luxembourg, the capital city, is unique. I cannot imagine there is anything quite like it and that ...

The Tunnels of Luxembourg City

A travel blog entry by melendra

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... now. However, the tunnels remain and are a big tourist attraction.

Since our first visit to Luxembourg City with Karin, I'd wanted to visit the tunnels; however, I wasn’t sure my children would find them interesting. Since my parents also wanted to visit them, and the casemates are just so Luxembourgish, we decided to chance the children’s displeasure.

Although ...

Location

This hotel, located on 28, place de la Gare, Luxembourg City, is near Viaduc (Passerelle), Pétrusse Express, Monument de la Solidarite Nationale (Monument to National Unity), and Boulevard Royal.
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