Hotel Rix

20 Boulevard Royal, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg, L-2449, Luxembourg | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Luxembourg City

A Drive Through Luxembourg

A travel blog entry by caylameinert


... I pictured we would be taking a "bathroom break," but I am really glad we got to see this memorial. It was definitely a very sobering experience looking out into the cemetery and seeing so many white crosses.

After hearing such great things about Luxembourg from my Aunt and Uncle who had lived there for an extended time, I was quite excited; however, we only got ...

Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

A travel blog entry by tofor85


... 23km long, was constructed below, all within the cliffs here. It was used for accommodation for soldiers as well as a refuge and hiding spot. During WW2, 35,000 people sheltered here, for protection from anticipated bombing. It was a heap of fun exploring these caves and a free workout to go with it.
We spent plenty more time wandering the city and enjoying the views. We picked up a bottle of wine in the city centre and had an early dinner at Quick Burger. Its ...

Weekend in Luxembourg

A travel blog entry by thuang


... we went to cheer him on as his team went up against the #1 ranking team from their division. It was a good day, because the underdog won with not too much hassle.

After the soccer game, we walked around for a bit taking in the countryside views. It was quite relaxing, providing a great contrast to the busy city before we departed for Nancy.

Overal, I'd say my first new country exploration was a success. ...

City on the edge!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree


... of just 1800 people. Its houses painted in soft sunny pastels, various hues of yellow and orange. A chairlift runs from the town up the hill adjacent to the chateau offering a panoramic view across the Oar valley and the town below and an easy stretch of the legs takes you to the chateau. Interestingly enough it is the first time I have seen a chairlift catering for the ever increasing demand for downhill mountainbiking with a set of three ...

Heat, mountains and exhaustion

A travel blog entry by travellingmart

... did the hills. At the end the tallest mountain we cycled up to was 1,449 ft, total climb during the day was well over 4,500 ft. As it was Sunday, this part of Belgium quite clearly shuts down - there isn't much in terms of useable economy (shops, restaurants) for a cyclist, on a Sunday it is quite simply dead. By about 1.30 pm we found a pub and had the biggest Fanta I have ever had (a pint and a bit?). With water bottles filled up, a couple ...

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