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One of the smallest countries in Europe, Luxembourg has firmly made its mark on European history and culture. It became one of the founders of the EU and it boasts the highest income per capita in Europe. It is also a very beautiful country, with hills, valleys and rivers that make this a great place to explore.
Most of the activity in Luxembourg happens in Luxembourg City, the capital. The Old Town district of the city has retained and preserved many of the old world features of the city. There are cobblestone streets, ancient churches and impressive squares. This is a complete contrast to the Kirchberg district which is much more modern with recently-built office buildings, shopping centres and entertainment options.
If you want to explore further afield then arrange a hire car and visit the medieval town of Vianden. This can be found in the north east of the country. Again, there are cobbled streets and a castle that overlooks the town. Throughout the year there are festivals and other events taking place in the town and they are a great way to find out more about the history of the region.
Echternach has the distinction of being the oldest city in Luxembourg. Dating back to the 7th century, the centre features an imposing abbey. From here you can use your Luxembourg hire car to explore the region that is known as Little Switzerland. This is a small region of the country that has cliffs, forests and cascades. Hikers will love this part of the country as there are plenty of trails that a popular with walkers and mountain bikers.
Consider spending some time at the south east border of the country where it meets Germany. The Moselle Valley has become one of the best and most productive wine growing regions in Europe. The northern part of the country meets the Ardennes, an area of wooded valleys, rivers and hills which have also proved to be popular with walkers.
Getting around in Luxembourg is relatively easy, even if you do not want to hire a car. There are plenty of bus services and you can purchase all day tickets if you need them. You can purchase a ticket in advance that will cover you for 10 journeys and there are plenty of services that connect the main towns and cities. The tickets that you buy for the buses can also be used on the trains if you prefer.