Belgium’s southern province of Luxembourg is bursting with natural, cultural and historical wonders waiting to be discovered. Explore the grandeur of Luxembourg’s mountains and forests while on the ski slopes and delve into the region’s rich history by visiting the many impressive castles and museums. Easily mistaken with the country Luxemburg, where you can find apartments in Echternach, or the correspondent city Luxemburg, Luxembourg offers a diverse range of attractions, perfect for families or smaller groups too.
Luxembourg Holidays - A taste of French style
Luxembourg, the southernmost province of the predominantly French-speaking southern region of Belgium, is the largest province in Belgium, Arlon as its capital city. After the Belgian revolution, the Third Partition of Luxembourg in 1839 saw its separation from neighbouring country Luxembourg and annexation to Belgium. With accommodation easily available, such as renting a holiday cottage or staying in an opulent hotel, holiday letting in Luxembourg will be as quick and easy as reserving a table at a restaurant. Clervaux Castle, locally know as Burg Clerf, can be found in the centre of the town of the same name. As the years have gone by, various counts and other personalities of the nobility have greatly enlarged and fortified the castle to its present-day grandeur. With its origins dating back as far as the 10th century, Vianden Castle stands on the Our river close to the border separating Germany and Luxembourg. The Vianden Castle remains one of the biggest fortified castles west of the Rhine. Luxembourg’s largest and most significant medieval castle is Bourscheid Castle, situated near the village of the same name. This magnificent castle stands about 150 metres above the River Sûre.
Adventures and amazing forests - Luxembourg offers a lot of activities
For the more adventurous travellers, many thrilling extreme sports parks are readily available. Explore the woods of Vianden from suspended ropes at the Indian Forest, or spend the day at Semois Adventure with countless activities for visitors of all ages. Luxembourg caters for the novice as well as the seasoned traveller, searching for, finding, and booking your holiday cottage Luxembourg will be a pleasant and enjoyable part of the holiday. Flights in and out of Belgium can be caught from Brussels and Antwerp Airports and visitors should have no problem travelling to and from their holiday residence. Choose Luxembourg for your next city break. Whether its skiing, hiking, exploring some of Belgium’s most majestic castles or delving into its fascinating history, there really is something for everyone here.