Corniche is often called 'the most beautiful balcony of Europe' - it discloses a superb panorama on the valley of the Alzetta, the Luxembourg's district of Grund and the Rham Plateau.
The impressive main building of Central railway station in Luxembourg and the high clock tower are in 'Moselle Baroque'. Opened in 1859, for military reasons timber was used as the basic construction material. On;y in 1907 and 1913 German architects organised gradual replacing of the half-timbering by modern building techniques.
The Golden Lady on Constitution Square in Luxembourg was set up in 1923 to commemorate the Luxembourgers who perished in the First World War.
Famous Parisian country planner Edouard Andre designed park on the western side of the city after the fortress was dismantled in 1867. Today City gardens provide not only rest and relaxation for walkers, but also contain several relavant edifices and monuments.
City of Luxembourg from October to March organizes lunch concerts on Fridays. Entrance is free of charge. Check here for program and venues.
Museum of Modern Art Grand-Duke Jean in Luxembourg is dedicated to contemporary art and reflects current artistic trends both on a national and international scale. Free entrance on Wednesdays from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
National Museum of History and Art in Luxembourg presents symbiosis between modernism and tradition. Free entrance on Thursdays from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Every Wednesday and saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Place Guillaume you find stalls with fresh fruit and vegetables, flowers, spices, goat cheese and homemade jam.