Top things to do in Müllerthal Region

Top Choice Gastronomy in Müllerthal Region

La Distillerie

Spectacularly set inside the turreted, storybook castle Château de Bourglinster, parts of which date from the 11th century, Michelin-starred La Distillerie is a full-blown gastronomic extravaganza. Vegetables are th…
Top Choice Castle in Beaufort

Beaufort Castles

Beaufort's two castles sit across a wooded valley on the town's western edge. Built from sandstone on the site of a Roman camp, the five-storey medieval castle expanded from 11th-century origins but never recovered …
Top Choice Factory in Müllerthal Region

Ramborn Cider Company

Over 100 varieties of apples and pears are used by Ramborn to make its unique ciders and perries, found at cafes, bars and restaurants throughout Luxembourg, and sold in wine shops as well as here at its HQ. Tours l…
Top Choice Monastery in Echternach

Abbaye d'Echternach

Just north of the basilica, 19th-century Benedictine abbey buildings spread towards the tree-lined banks of the Sûre. Most of the complex is now a school and closed to the public, but its famous scriptorium in the v…
Church in Echternach

St-Willibrord Basilica

St-Willibrord Basilica is part of the Abbaye d'Echternach complex. First raised around AD 700, it was rebuilt in 1862 but bombed to rubble during WWII, when much of the town was severely damaged. Nonetheless, Willib…
Castle in Larochette

Château de Larochette

Towering above the village, Larochette's castle is accessed from the centre by steep paths or by a longer, gentler 2km road (start off towards Mersch then double back). Up close, the site is less complete than it ap…
Ruins in Echternach

Villa Romaine

Excavated during the creation of the reservoir lake, today a popular boating and recreation area, this Roman villa has sparse, over-neatened remains but was obviously an impressively large, peristyle set-up. Free 30…
Italian in Echternach

Oktav Amadeus

Framed by a wrap-around street terrace, this sleek spot has black-and-white decor and waistcoated waiters serving classic Italian pasta, thin-crust pizza and more substantial mains (such as scampi sautéed in garlic,…
Cultural in Echternach

Sprinprozession

On Whit Tuesday, 51 days after Easter Sunday, the Sprinprozession sees many townsfolk and pilgrims whipping out their handkerchiefs as thousands dance in formation through the streets of Echternach. It's the culmina…
Mediterranean in Echternach

GriMouGi

Away from the tourist beat, 400m east of the central square by the bridge to Germany, contemporary GriMouGi serves innovative salads, such as seared duck with roast plums, and artistically presented mains like musse…