Where to go when - Autumn
14520 · By Sukie Chapman
'Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness' begins the famous ode, 'To Autumn' by John Keats, in which he extolls the virtues of finding beauty in unexpected places.Read more
The Luxembourg Christmas Markets, the fine white wines of Grevenmacher and the medieval streets of Echternach; touring Luxembourg by train you might find more than you expect. As well as the neo-Gothic Cathedral of Notre Dame, the Gëlle Fra war memorial and a host of other cultural sights, the Luxembourgish can also claim to have the first city to be twice named as a European capital of culture. Passing though Luxembourg by train you can see the blend of German and French cultures that result in this unique country. A Tour Manager will escort you as you travel to Luxembourg by train, advising you where to visit, shop and eat.
Helping you plan your holiday to Luxembourg