Check out the Luxembourg City Museum
The museum is in itself a sight to see. It's housed in four restored noble houses, and there are five floors you can explore here. The tour starts out at level 0, at which you are a few floors underground. The internal architecture is fascinating, and you will definitely be impressed. There are several multimedia displays throughout, and each one explains different facets of history. The museum explains the history from its' creation in the 10th century until the present day. As usual I was taking photos inside when a man came up and said that photography isn't allowed. Oh well, at least I got off about a half dozen pictures first.
Luxembourg by night
Quite a few of Luxembourg's sights are beautifully illuminted at night.
Among them are the Cathedral of Notre Dame, the State Savings Bank, the Bridge Pont Adolphe and the railway station building which dates back to the early 20th century.
Also you shouldn't miss a walk along the cliffs in the upper town, from where you can enjoy panoramic night views over the Petrusse or the Alzette valleys.
THE HEN NIGHT
This is a fine European tradition. The term ‘Hen Night’ is a British description of a Bride-to-be’s last night out with her friends before getting married. I ran across this nice lady and her friends my first night in Luxembourg. For a small donation to this ‘Nurse’ she dispensed a choice of 2 liquors and even a kiss with lots and lots of lipstick. I went for the drink (only). Not every Bride is also equipped as a mobile bar and kissing booth, so I count myself lucky to have met these nice ladies. They obviously love VT and I even made a 3 Euro donation to their joint drinking funds for the evening on behalf of all Virtual Tourist members and wished her good luck on her upcoming nuptials.
I'm singing in the rain...
Take things for every weather, you might encounter rainy days. And if you want to sing... do not forget your rain coat. Everything available, so don't worry if you forgot something. As you like, everything can be bought. Enjoy your stay
Musee General Patton
Musee General Patton
near the Match shopping-center in Ettelbruck (northern luxemburg)
Museum retracing the happenings of WW2 in Luxemburg! Very Interesting, but a little bit hidden!
(Following picture: Dynasty of Luxembourg)