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  2. Luxembourg: the capital city - Visit Luxembourg

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    Luxembourg City, the capital Vibrant and cosmopolitan The heart of this vibrant, cosmopolitan, culturally exciting, laid-back green capital beats in the city centre of the capital and in the heart of Europe. Built on impressive historical foundations, experience UNESCO World Heritage as well as culture and shopping for all tastes.

  3. Luxembourg City - Wikipedia

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    Luxembourg City is not particularly densely populated, at about 1,700 people per km 2; large areas of Luxembourg City are maintained as parks, forested areas, or sites of important heritage (particularly the UNESCO sites), while there are also large tracts of farmland within the city limits. Quarters of Luxembourg City

  4. Luxembourg | History - Geography | Britannica

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    Luxembourg has come under the control of many states and ruling houses in its long history, but it has been a separate, if not always autonomous, political unit since the 10th century. The ancient Saxon name of its capital city, Lucilinburhuc (“Little Fortress”), symbolized its strategic position as “the Gibraltar of the north,” astride a major military route linking Germanic and Frankish territories.

  5. Luxembourg City travel - Lonely Planet | Luxembourg, Europe

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    Luxembourg City. Majestically set across the deep gorges of the Alzette and Pétrusse rivers, Luxembourg City is one of Europe's most scenic capitals. Its Unesco-listed Old Town is a warren of tunnels, nooks and crannies sheltering some outstanding museums, as well as lively drinking and dining scenes. The city is famed for its financial and EU centres, making weekends an ideal time to visit, as hotel prices drop dramatically.

  6. A small destination at the heart of Europe with deep historical roots, that is constantly evolving and reinventing itself. Visit historic sites, enjoy incredible unspoilt natural landscapes, fairy-tale castles, sports in action, culinary highlights, wellness, relaxation and cultural depth. All this in a relaxed way, without long queues.

  7. Luxembourg City belongs to various networks and partnerships, and supports a wide range of institutions. View all City of Luxembourg websites Discover the City of Luxembourg's other websites City Citymap Cité Bibliothèque Cité Bibliothèque for kids Ecoles.Technolink.lu eForms General development plan (PAG) kids.technolink.lu Luxembourg City maps

  8. Things to Do in Luxembourg City - Tripadvisor

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    Things to Do in Luxembourg City Popular things to do Hop on Hop Off Buses Walking & Biking Tours Points of Interest & Landmarks Top Picks Day Trips & Excursions Architectural Buildings Airport & Hotel Transfers Multi-day & Extended Tours Monuments & Statues Luxury & Special Occasions Outdoor Activities Historic Sites Ports of Call Tours

  9. 17 Fabulous Things to Do in Luxembourg City (2023) - Travel...

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    Luxembourg City is a fascinating city of contrasts. It is ancient and contemporary, local and global. The physical city even exists on two different levels—the upper part of the city on the ancient Bock rocky promontory and the lower part in the Alzette River gorge. Its layout gives it perhaps the most dramatic landscape of any European capital.

  10. Luxembourg - Wikipedia

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    Luxembourg was the first city to be named European Capital of Culture twice. The first time was in 1995. The first time was in 1995. In 2007, the European Capital of Culture [206] was to be a cross-border area consisting of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the Rheinland-Pfalz and Saarland in Germany, the Walloon Region and the German-speaking part of Belgium, and the Lorraine area in France.

  11. Stade de Luxembourg - Wikipedia

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    The Stade de Luxembourg is the national stadium of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, located in the Luxembourg City quarter of Gasperich. [1] [2] The stadium is host to Luxembourg's national football and rugby teams and is listed as a Category 4 stadium by UEFA allowing it to host international matches. [1] Construction on the stadium occurred ...