The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, is a landlocked Benelux country bordered by Belgium, France and Germany at the crossroads of Germanic and Latin cultures.
The city of Luxembourg is the capital of the namesake country, and with a population just short of 100,000 it is by far the smallest country capital of the European Union.
One of Luxembourg's main tourist attractions, Vianden is a delightful historic town with a stunningly restored medieval castle, spectacularly situated on a rock high above town.
Ettelbruck is a small city in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. It's located in the centre of the country, where the rivers Sauer, Wark and Alzette meet.
Diekirch is a small town in Luxembourg, best known for its brewery of the same name and the National Museum of Military History.
Echternach is a small town with about 5000 inhabitants on the eastern border of Luxembourg, just a hop away from Germany.
Schengen is a village in far south-eastern Luxembourg near the tripoint where the borders of Germany, France, and Luxembourg meet.
Clervaux is a small city in northern Luxembourg. By train: Clervaux has a stop on the Liège-Luxembourg line.
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. - Marcel Proust