3 Ideas for a family vacation in Luxembourg ?

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3 Ideas for a family vacation in Luxembourg ?

You and your family have decided to spend your vacation entirely within Luxembourg's borders, so it's only logical that you'd like some suggestions for local activities to enjoy together. The landscape of our territory is conducive to exciting discoveries, and that's good news. We can attest to this with the variety of cultural and recreational options available: there is truly something for everyone. Check out these ideas to get you excited for your next vacation...

The Corniche and the Pfaffenthal Panorama Lift are worth the trip to the top

The Corniche, which runs along the Alzette valley, is the most beautiful balcony in the world. It invites visitors to climb the magnificent ramparts built in the 17th century and to enjoy a breathtaking view. You will get great shots of the Alzette valley, as well as the lower town of Grund and the Rham Plateau.

If you don't feel like taking too long a hike, take the Pfaffenthal panoramic elevator, which connects the Pfaffenthal district and the Pescatore Park. You can climb to an altitude of 71 meters in a glass cabin, at no cost to you. For young and old alike, this is a memorable experience.

Discover for yourself the beauty of the Wonder Park and its model trains

The Parc Merveilleux is a popular destination for visitors because of its beautiful scenery and its proximity to Luxembourg (only 20 km away). Adults and children alike will be amazed by the 200 animal species from the five continents that make up the site and by its attractions, playgrounds in the undergrowth.

In Esch-sur-Alzette, you can take a ride on a vintage and whimsical little train that will take you on a journey. Two tracks that stretch for a little over a kilometer along the street of Dr. Emile Colling make up this miniature railway.

Museums of all types offer educational entertainment

There are a plethora of museums in Luxembourg that are sure to quench your intellectual hunger. The National Museum of Natural History is a great place to take your kids as it is both educational and entertaining. Themes of animals, plants and the cosmos are explored in the permanent exhibition "natur musée". Whether you're in the mood for a walk or a serious study, plan your trip according to your interests.

Discover the city of Luxembourg and its fascinating history through the ages at the Luxembourg City Museum. The role of the city in the political management of the territory, especially since the independence of the Grand Duchy, as well as the life of its inhabitants through time, from medieval craftsmanship to industrialization, will be explored (mid 19th century).

At the regional office in Clervaux there is a toy museum which is a real paradise for all those who are interested in dolls or other small trains. And if you are tired of sitting in the dark, the Cinema offers unique alternatives with its international selection of films and related lectures.