Language: German, French, Luxembourgish
The capital of this country city is one of the wealthiest cities in the world. It also boasts a rich history, evident in attractions such as the Notre Dame Cathedral, Neumunster Abbey, Grand Ducal Palace, and the Luxembourg City Hall.
There is also plenty of culture for the visitor, head to the National Museum of Natural History, the National Museum of History and Art, the Philharmonie Luxembourg, and Villa Louvigny, amongst others.
The city was first founded at the crossing of two Roman roads, the first building was in fact a tower to guard the crossing. Since then Luxembourg has become a key player in Europe, with a seat in the European Court of Justice, the European Court of Auditors, and the European Investment Bank.
It is also extremely well connected; Cologne, Paris and Brussels are just a few hours away by train.