Luxembourg City, Luxembourg. Nowhere else in Europe you will find such an outstanding mixture of historic sites and contemporary architecture. The old city of Luxembourg and its fortress has for long been part of the UNESCO World Heritage. With high-tech buildings running alongside historic monuments, the capital represents a rich tapestry of contrasts and urban experiences. In short: Luxembourg is a modern city with deep roots.
Grund, Luxembourg (by mhodges, via Flickr) Grund - Luxembourg City, Luxembourg: Area known as Grund that lies beneath the chemin de la Corniche - it has a number of antique houses in the river valley below Luxembourg's old town.
Luxembourg City (Luxembourg). 'No it’s not just banks and Eurocrats. Wealthy Luxembourg City is one of Europe’s most underestimated capital cities with a fine range of museums and galleries and a brilliant dining scene. But most impressive is the town centre’s spectacular setting, straddling a deep-cut river gorge whose defences were the settlement’s original raison d’être.