Chemin de la Corniche and its surroundings

This pedestrian promenade, located in Luxembourg City, has often been referred to as 'Europe's most beautiful balcony' and is a delight to stroll down during the day or night. Chemin de la Corniche follows the narrow valley of the Alzette River along the old city walls of the fortifications built by the Spanish and Austrians... Continue Reading →

The Bock Casemates

When crowds flock to Luxembourg's capital, the Casemates are always featured on their to-do list. However, little is known about the origins of the old fortress that hasn't ceased to protect the city and its people over the centuries. On Monday afternoon, I decided to go inside the casemates, a place that is thought to... Continue Reading →

Wintertime in Luxembourg

Photo Copyrights: Roxana Mironescu 2013 Caisse d'Epargne-Main headquarters Pont Adolphe Old Gate on Rue Large, Old City Somewhere in Bonnevoie Kirchberg at a glance Grund (Unesco World Heritage) The view over the bridge Place Guillaume Times stood still in Ville de Luxembourg Lion statue by the City Hall Abbaye Neumunster (Grund) Grand Ducal Palace, City... Continue Reading →

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