Chemin de la Corniche
This pedestrian promenade has been hailed as 'Europe's most beautiful balcony'. It winds along the course of the 17th-century city...
Neumünster Abbey Complex
Still in the Grund and well worth a wander is the newly renovated Neumünster Abbey. This glass-covered complex houses a temporary...
Natural History Museum
Kids might enjoy this family-oriented, interactive museum.
Restaurant/club in Clausen and one of the city's most popular dance spots. Big on house and even entices guest DJs.
This is a great place to sample typical Luxembourg dishes, but they also serve good fish and French options in case your companions...
Bock Casemates information
Lonely Planet review
At the top of the Chemin de la Corniche, there are lovely views to both north and south from the Montée de Clausen, the cliff-top site of Count Sigefroi’s once-mighty fort. Beneath is the entrance to the Bock Casemates, a mildly interesting honeycomb of rock galleries and passages initially carved by the Spaniards between 1737 and 1746. Over the years the casemates have housed everything from bakeries to slaughterhouses and garrisons of soldiers; during WWI and WWII they sheltered 35,000 locals.