Summer was about to announce its arrival on the European Continent and where better to capture that moment than Luxembourg City. A small city in a small country (the sixth smallest country in the world to be matter of fact), it is the epitome that is all things European. Heck, Luxembourg City is one of the ‘capitals’ of the European Union with Brussels and Strasbourg as the others. With temperatures warming up rapidly, the sun becoming a welcome beacon in the sky and the fact you can even walk around with no excess layers on, I was ready to get my true European adventure on the road this year. So, armed with my trusty iPhone 4S, I became perhaps a little too snap happy in the capital of Luxembourg on my weekend there in June. So I thought, what better to introduce you to my thoughts of Luxembourg with these amazing pictures. Enjoy!
Welcome to the European District!
A sweeping Panoramic of the beautiful North Luxembourg City
Grund Valley below Luxembourg City
This nifty budget friendly Luxembourg Card is a great tool to get around the city
Monument of Remembrance to dedicate to the thousands of Luxembourger volunteers in WW1
Luxembourg Grand Ducal Palace.
waving the flags in the height of the 2014 World Cup in Luxembourg City
A Charming alleyway full of restaurants in the Old Quarter
Grand City Hall
Luxembourg City is home to elements of the European Union
Saluting the President of Luxembourg outside his office
Inside the Notre-Dame Church
Another angle to one of Luxembourg City’s beautiful buildings – The Grand Ducal Palace
All the flags united under the European Union.
This is Luxembourg City
Summer is coming to Luxembourg City
Luxembourgers chill out after a day of working
A train glides idyllically by
A sentry on duty protecting the Grand Ducal Family
The famous Duchess of Luxembourg who inspired her country during WW2
They love their Bratwurst here. Maybe they need bigger buns?
Here I am loving Luxembourg!
The Grand Flower Market
There you have it! Luxembourg City is beautiful isn’t it? I really enjoyed skipping (perhaps like a schoolgirl) throughout the picturesque place and I look forward to be sharing with you my next article on Luxembourg about what you can do there in my footsteps, especially as I become lost in the city underground caverns…
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