The Müllerthal Trail: Exploring Luxembourg on Foot

View of Echternach from the Müllerthal Trail

Luxembourg is more than the banking paradise and “city state” that many people assume it is. For one, it’s much larger than only its namesake capital city of Luxembourg. In fact, the country of Luxembourg is a place made up of rolling fields, large forests, awe-inspiring rock formations and historic castles. Its countryside is nothing short of gorgeous and the best way to explore it is on foot, ... Read Full Article

Hop on for a Benelux Culinary Tour

Market hall in Ghent, Belgium a Benelux country

Rail travel is often associated with the hateful commuter necessity that we experience daily or the iconic luxury experiences that we only read about; but is there anything in between? Those were my thoughts as I boarded the Eurostar for a nine day trip that would weave me across Benelux – Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg – for a Benelux culinary journey. My Benelux Culinary Tour The ... Read Full Article

Luxembourg Tourist Information

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Officially called Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, this small constitutional monarchy is nestled between France, Belgium and Germany. Luxembourg’s population of just over a half million reflects diverse cultural influences. German, French and Luxembourgish (which has similarities with both French and German dialects are the country’s official languages. Luxembourg is one of the founding members of the ... Read Full Article

Mullerthal: “Little Switzerland” of Luxembourg

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Located on the River Sure on Germany’s border with Luxembourg, Mullerthal is called “Little Switzerland”. Luxembourg is often overlooked by travelers who tend to write it off as one big, drab international bank. This is simply not true. Luxembourg is a wonderfully green, scenic country Mullerthal, Luxembourg Luxembourg is, in fact, a history-buff and nature lover’s paradise. The medieval town of ... Read Full Article