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Cultural tourism: travel to Luxembourg

Luxembourg (Grand Duchy of Luxembourg) is a country that is located in central Europe and is surrounded by countries such as France, Germany and Belgium. Luxembourg it has a constitutional and parliamentary monarchy, in addition to being a multicultural destiny having received influence from Roman and Germanic culture.

The Luxembourg capital It has the same name and dates from the year 963 being one of the European cities with more cultural life and in whose streets we will be able to appreciate impressive constructions that have been preserved over time and that played an important role in European history.

Within the main Luxembourg tourist attractions we have:

The National Museum of History and Art. This museum is located in the southern part of Luxembourg and has modern facilities where we can visit exhibitions of archaeological and domestic pieces that were used by the Germanic, Roman and Celtic populations at the stage in which they settled in this territory.

The National Museum of Natural History. The National Museum of Natural History is located in the Frund neighborhood and is composed of eight thematic areas that include scientific branches such as ecology, mineralogy, botany, geophysics, zoology, astrophysics, among others.

Vianden Castle. Located in the neighborhood of the same name and in the northern part of Luxembourg, Vianden Castle will allow us to take a medieval tour through the weapons, furniture and armor it houses; In addition, in its surroundings we can visit Gothic churches.

Wenzel walk. Within Luxembourg we can take the road known as the Wenzel Promenade, which will bring us closer to the more than a thousand years of history that this city has. The Wenzel Promenade is made up of a route that starts at the Bock Promontory to the Church of St. Ulric (the oldest church).

Others tourist destinations in Luxembourg that will allow us to get closer to the culture of this country, they are: Castle Bridge, built in mid 1735; Wenceslas Walls, structures built to protect the city at the end of the 15th century; the Museum of the History of the City; and the Luxembourg Old Town, place where we can have contact with the culture and residents of Luxembourg through its cafes, restaurants, showrooms, among others.

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