Melia Luxembourg

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1 Park Drai Eechelen (10 Rue Fort Thuengen), Luxembourg City, 1499, Luxembourg
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History in Luxembourg

by Drugness

Hello all
I'm visiting Luxembourg and i'm curious about what stuff related to the 2 world wars can i find in Luxembourg city or in and around the city? Anything from museums to memorials to monuments are to my interest.
I'll be doing plenty of web searching of course but i thought i would get the inside scoop from you guys too :)
Thanks a million!
DG

Re: History in Luxembourg

by mccalpin

If you'll look at the second tip at http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/2ebbe/6e2f7/4/, you'll see what I found to be typical of that part of Europe - lots of formal monuments to the soldiers of the First World War, and very few monuments for the Second World War. Well, I went through this area in the 70s; maybe that's changed...

That's not to say there aren't a lot of memories here; my father was actually in this area in World War II (he even spent a night at Bastogne during the Battle of the Bulge, but escaped west before the Germans completely cut the town off). Some years ago, he and Mom did a driving tour through the area and rediscovered some places that he had stayed, including the intersection where he spent the day in a ditch just out of sight of the German machine gun nest across the road - for whatever reason, the Germans never bothered to move across the road, so he and 2 buddies were able to escape with the coming of dark.

So, anyway, there's my 2 cents' worth...let's see what others have seen...

Bill

Re: History in Luxembourg

by Drugness

Thanks mccalpin!
Good to hear some personal history of the conflict too, always makes it more real
Doug

Travel Tips for Luxembourg

Luxembourg - there is life out of Brussels too!

by WanderingFinn

Luxembourg City is a good target for either a day trip or for a longer stay e.g. from Brussels, to where it is quite often low price tickets from everywhere in the world.

From Brussels it is very convenient to take the train to Luxembourg. It is a comfortable and fast trip, from city centre to city centre. This way you also can pick two interesting countries and two cities at the same time. The combination of the old architecture -old town feeling- and the modern architecture.

Nice shopping streets.

Good restaurants and terracces.

Everything -streets too- were so clean and neat.

Beautiful buildings with details.

SEE DIFFERENT REGIONS , NORTH...

by jotceka

SEE DIFFERENT REGIONS , NORTH , CENTER, SOUTH MY BEST MEMORY IN LUXEMBOURG WAS PLAYING A GIG AS DRUMMER WITH FISH (EX-MARILLION)AND A GIG WITH EZIO
WHICH BECAME VERY FRIENDS OF MINE.
THE MOST I MISS IN CASE BEING AWAY IS MY FAMILY.

Wenzel Circular Walk

by HORSCHECK

The so called Wenzel Circular Walk is a good way to explore Luxembourg's oldest parts in about 2 hours.

The walk is named after Wenceslas II Duke of Luxembourg and leads along many historic sights.

Among them are the Bock Casemates, the Castle Bridge, the Grund Gate, the Wenzel Wall, the Neumünster Abbey and the Rham Plateau.

The Wenzel Circular Walk is well signposted by metal plates in the ground. A brochure about the walk is available at the Tourist Information Office.

THE STAG DO

by DAO


This is another British term for another fine European tradition. Before a man becomes an unhappy slave for life (when they get married) he has the right to do ANYTHING on his last night of freedom with his friends. This right to pillage as he sees fit is enshrined in the European Human Rights Act (1998). This is the last time the poor man will ever enjoy a social life or any happiness in his life. Its all down hill from here. Just getting drunk is only the start. Dressing like a loon, dancing in the streets, doing unspeakable acts with human and animal(s), vomiting and eventually passing out are all part of the ritual. This soon to be miserable Groom was from German and his many friends carried pictures of him, kept him drunk and tried their best to talk him out of it. They happily performed for my camera and then went on to damage random areas of the country.

Tram and Bus Museum

by HORSCHECK

The Tram and Bus Museum documents Luxembourg's public transportation.

You can see many old trams which were in operation from 1875 until the early 1960's. Afterwards the public transport was changed to buses.

Apart from some original vehicles, the museum also shows numerous models of trams and buses as well as all sorts of photos and documents about public transportation in Luxembourg.

The museum is only open on Thursdays, Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from 13:30 h until 17:30 h. Entrance is free.

Directions:
The Tram and Bus Museum is located in the City Bus Depot in the district of Hollerich. You can get there by bus #17 from the city centre or by bus #22 from the main train station.

Address: Tram and Bus Museum, 63 Rue de Bouillon, 1248 Luxembourg

Website: http://www.rail.lu/tramsmusee.html

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Address: 1 Park Drai Eechelen (10 Rue Fort Thuengen), Luxembourg City, 1499, Luxembourg