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Luxembourg is one of Europe's best-kept secrets. Most people who visit Luxembourg travel through the most popular tourist sites in only a day or two because it isn't a very big country. This small European nation may be only 84km long but rates as one of the world's three richest countries. Although seen as a financial haven, the gem that is the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg i Luxembourg is one of Europe's best-kept secrets. Most people who visit Luxembourg travel through the most popular tourist sites in only a day or two because it isn't a very big country. This small European nation may be only 84km long but rates as one of the world's three richest countries. Although seen as a financial haven, the gem that is the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is not limited to numbered bank accounts! This scenic little country boasts about 500,000 inhabitants. Its central location makes Luxembourg a trilingual country as it has three official languages (French, German and Luxembourgish). With the influence of language comes a lot of cultural influences and unexpected charm. Luxembourg is the capital of the country. Built on a plateau dotted with ravines it looks in the distance like a theater set. Although Luxembourg has steadily become commercialized and booming in some cities, their cuisine, wine, and natural beauty offer so much more than the clich� tourist boom. Luckily, the locals of Luxembourg feel the same and restrict the tourist industry by focusing more on local businesses, delicacies, and all Luxembourg has to offer. Luxembourg's booming and rich economy is something for the country to brag about since it's come a long way from World War II. During the war, Luxembourg experienced mass destruction. Many of the museums in Luxembourg pay homage to the history of the war and the country's involvement. WHAT YOU'LL FIND INSIDE: ------------------------- * History of Luxembourg * Things You Should See and Do in Luxembourg * Itinerary * Hotels, Hostels, Tips, & More * Transportation in Luxembourg * How to Make the Most Out of Your Trip to Luxembourg * Guide to Luxembourg's Shops * Where and What to Eat in Luxembourg * Luxembourg City * Moselle Valley * Northern Luxembourg * Western Luxembourg


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Luxembourg is one of Europe's best-kept secrets. Most people who visit Luxembourg travel through the most popular tourist sites in only a day or two because it isn't a very big country. This small European nation may be only 84km long but rates as one of the world's three richest countries. Although seen as a financial haven, the gem that is the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg i Luxembourg is one of Europe's best-kept secrets. Most people who visit Luxembourg travel through the most popular tourist sites in only a day or two because it isn't a very big country. This small European nation may be only 84km long but rates as one of the world's three richest countries. Although seen as a financial haven, the gem that is the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is not limited to numbered bank accounts! This scenic little country boasts about 500,000 inhabitants. Its central location makes Luxembourg a trilingual country as it has three official languages (French, German and Luxembourgish). With the influence of language comes a lot of cultural influences and unexpected charm. Luxembourg is the capital of the country. Built on a plateau dotted with ravines it looks in the distance like a theater set. Although Luxembourg has steadily become commercialized and booming in some cities, their cuisine, wine, and natural beauty offer so much more than the clich� tourist boom. Luckily, the locals of Luxembourg feel the same and restrict the tourist industry by focusing more on local businesses, delicacies, and all Luxembourg has to offer. Luxembourg's booming and rich economy is something for the country to brag about since it's come a long way from World War II. During the war, Luxembourg experienced mass destruction. Many of the museums in Luxembourg pay homage to the history of the war and the country's involvement. WHAT YOU'LL FIND INSIDE: ------------------------- * History of Luxembourg * Things You Should See and Do in Luxembourg * Itinerary * Hotels, Hostels, Tips, & More * Transportation in Luxembourg * How to Make the Most Out of Your Trip to Luxembourg * Guide to Luxembourg's Shops * Where and What to Eat in Luxembourg * Luxembourg City * Moselle Valley * Northern Luxembourg * Western Luxembourg

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