Start your tour from the center of Brussels to head over to the city of Luxembourg, located about 200 kilometers east of the Belgian capital. On the way, cross the Ardennes forest to enter this small country. The visit begins at the Plaza de la Constitution near the center. Then get an introduction to step into the history of Luxembourg. Begin by discovering the vibrant main square founded by a Spaniard in 1671. There you will find typical restaurants and cafés. From there, go to the well-known passage of the town hall and enter the Guilherme II square. The largest square in the city and where the Luxembourg City Hall is located. Continue until you reach one of the most charming areas of the city, the Notre Dame Cathedral constructed in 1621. Then walk to the popular shopping area in Luxembourg.
Head towards the Royal Palace, where you can see the Luxembourg Royal Guard parading through its door. Next head to Claire Fontaine Square, crowned by Duchess Charlotte, sovereign during the years 1919 and 1964. Discover the church of Saint Michelle, where you will stop at the Corniche viewpoint, considered one of the most beautiful in all of Europe. From this point, you will see the beautiful panorama of Luxembourg, its impressive wall, and all the viewpoints that give fame to this beautiful place. See the famous vestiges of the casemates from the fortifications. Then head to the Grund neighborhood, a UNESCO World Heritage site. A small town within Luxembourg with Romanesque and Germanic touches. At the end of the tour, you will have two hours of free time to eat and explore at your whim the capital of the Grand Duchy.