This castle-filled country is bordered by Belgium, France and Germany and what it lacks in size, it more than makes up for in natural beauty. Foodies will feel right at home among the multitude of Michelin-starred restaurants and vineyards of the Moselle Valley. Namesake capital Luxembourg City has a setting straight out of a fairytale. Spread across the deep valleys of the Alzette and Pétrusse rivers, it’s full of age-old nooks and crannies to explore on foot. The UNESCO-listed Old Town includes, the original town fortifications, the Grand Ducal Palace and the Gothic Revival Cathedral of Notre Dame. Away from the cultural sights, it’s worth simply getting lost in the city and exploring its quirky spaces. Echternach is the country’s oldest city and makes for a ideal base to venture onto the picturesque Müllerthal trails. With over 100km of hiking paths through fields and forests, it’s heaven for hikers. From city centre luxury hotels to apartments and cottages, suitable accommodation can be found in all parts of the country.
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