The country has approximately 450,000 residents and covers less than 1,000 square miles. It is the only sovereign grand duchy in the world. The capital of Luxembourg is the Luxembourg City - one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe.
Luxembourg city is a magnet for wine and beer lovers, gourmands, photographers, and medieval history buffs. This landlocked country is the birthplace of Robert Schuman, one of the founders of the European Union. Its culture is a mix of Romance Europe and Germanic Europe. Foreign residents represent more than a third of the country's population. Luxembourg boasts lots of interesting and picturesque sights that are well worth a visit. Tourists can visit the Ancient Bastion Louis, the Castle Bridge, the Chapel St Quirin, the Palace of the Grand Dukes, and the Central Railway Station.
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If you are planning to go on a holiday in Europe, start searching for Luxembourg apartments. Most tourists opt for village rentals, waterfront rentals, golf rentals, or pet friendly rentals. You can rent a chalet surrounded by trees or a beautifully furnished Luxembourg holiday home. Some properties feature separate kitchens, terraces, and private parking lots. Luxembourg boasts several museums such as the new Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art, the National Museum of History and Art, and the General Patton Memorial Museum. The Grand-Ducal Palace is the official residence of the Grand Duke. This historic building is a perfect example of Spanish Renaissance architecture.
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The Town Hall was built between 1830 and 1838 in neo-classical style. Wine lovers will be delighted by the famous vineyard and winery region around the Moselle Valley. This region features breathtaking scenery, picturesque castles, and unique sights. Tourists can also visit the Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial. The white stone chapel located inside the memorial has a beautiful ceiling depicting the Holy Spirit as a dove on a cloud held by angels. If you want to take a break from the sombre fortresses of Luxembourg, visit the Market at Place Guillaume or the Notre-Dame Cathedral- probably the most important religious site in Luxembourg. Other popular attractions include The Casemates, the Tour of the Valley of the Seven Castles, and the City Shepherd's Market. These historical and cultural sights reflect the country's core values and fighting spirit.
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