Modern, yet built on the well-preserved remains of one of Europe’s most intimidating fortresses.
Cosmopolitan, but with old-world charm and rustic beauty just minutes from the capital. Tranquil, yet packed with fun activities and world-class entertainment and dining. Luxembourg has a lot tucked into one compact country, and that’s why it’s the ideal destination to motivate and reward your staff, and it’s a place they’ll never forget.
Here’s a taste of what Luxembourg has to offer:
Moselle valley wine tours, a ride on the historic Marie Astrid boat where the Schengen agreements were signed, brisk hiking in our ‘Little Switzerland’, luxury boutiques galore, visits of the many kilometres of underground casemates that once gave sanctuary to civilian, soldier, and animal alike, and European culture and entertainment at its best.
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As one of the great fortresses in Europe, Luxembourg was passed between European powers until the Treaty of London in 1867 when it was demilitarized and its city fortifications were partially dismantled. Still, much remains of its former glory including gates, forts, bastions, and the iconic and spooky casemates. A walk around the old city gives you a clear sense of its once-fearsome impregnability. A medieval church, a historic abbey, and the Grand Ducal Palace have all earned the status of a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Tender loving care for your body and tranquility for your mind: you can have all this and more with Luxembourg’s offerings for wellness and well-being. Imagine a relaxing stroll among the vineyards of the Moselle valley, a languorous day in the thermal waters in Mondorf-les-Bains, and a sumptuous dinner of local specialities. What more could you ask for?
A relaxing stroll through the idyllic green forests just outside the capital city. A fascinating tour of the insurmountable cliffs and the remains of the once-impregnable walls that were at the center of seismic power struggles and earned Luxembourg the nickname 'Gibraltar of the North’. Combine these two activities into one great day.
For those whose mouths water at the thought of gastronomic delights and whose lips yearn to savour delicious wines, Luxembourg is heaven for people with Epicurean natures. The Grand Duchy has the highest concentration of Michelin-starred restaurants per capita of any country, and the wines produced in Luxembourg’s Moselle valley are among the most delectable in the region. Don’t forget to enjoy a glass of crémant, the local sparkling wine.