Musée-Mémorial de la Déportation
Thousands of Luxembourgers were deported during Germany’s WWII occupation of Luxembourg, and 1200 of the country’s 3700 Jewish...
Deep beneath Spuerkeess is a permanent exhibition and film-show celebrating photographer Edward Steichen, the man behind Clervaux’...
In a dramatic, century-old, castle-style building, Spuerkeess is the state savings bank, and hosts an intriguing Bank Museum tracing...
La Table du Pain, Train Station Quarter
A small bakery chain that also has convivial, completely nonsmoking cafés. Both branches serve breakfast options, baguette sandwiches...
Lonely Planet review
Looking like a glum factory, this venue for local groups as well as visiting stars has welcomed Bon Iver, Florence and the Machine, Garbage and Jason Mraz. It's on an unpromising-looking main road about 500m west of Gare Centrale. There’s a gaggle of unexpectedly stylish bars hidden nearby at number 42.