This is the only English-language guidebook to focus exclusively on the world's only Grand Duchy, home to the rolling forests of the Ardennes, hill-top medieval castles and one of Europe's smallest wine-growing regions. From first-class accommodation and Michelin-starred restaurants, to hiking and youth hostelling, this thoroughly updated edition gives tips to suit every taste and budget.
Expanded coverage includes new cycling and walking routes, accommodation, restaurants, museums and regional food. Luxembourg City continues to evolve, with at least four new hotels, an entirely new nightlife district, and several recently-refurbished museums. Across the country, renovated chateau are opening up as exclusive hotels, the number of Michelin-starred restaurants is increasing dramatically and locally grown food and drink is being promoted. There are new sections on the banking industry and on day trips to neighbouring countries.
Introduction Part One General Information Chapter 1: Background Information Chapter 2: Practical Information Part Two The Guide Chapter 3: Luxembourg City Chapter 4: Around Luxembourg City Chapter 5: The Industrial South Chapter 6: The Moselle Valley Chapter 7: The Mullerthal Chapter 8: The Ardennes Appendices and Index.
Freelance travel writer, Tim Skelton, lives in the Netherlands. He contributes to many magazines and guidebooks.
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