Larochette Travel Guide

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Larochette Things to Do

  • Excellent Walks

    There are some well signposted walks that you can take...these range from mega 36km ones that will take all day to more reasonable 3 or 4 hours ones. Here's the one we discovered that takes about 3 hours and is around 8 - 9 km and coveres some interesting forests, farm land, dales and hills.Halfway along the perimeter road of the camp (the one that...

  • Bleech

    The center of town is called "Bleech". The square area has recently been done up and looks very pleasant. Here you find the hotels, restaurants and cafés and shops.

  • Industrial museum

    You find this tiny museum just opposite the railway station building. It used to belong to the railway station too. There is a big glass window when you go up the few steps and through it you will see remnants of the big old Larochette factory of cloth manufactoring.

  • Old railway station

    Between the market square and the castle you will find this old railway station "Larochette". There is a plaquette on it saying that the trains obviously run from 15.02.1882 until 02.05.1948.

  • St. Donatus church

    This big church just off the market square was built from 1860-62 by the architect Charles Arendt. Inside you will find the paintings of the choir section by Nicolas Bruecher.

  • Créhange House

    Or Chriechinger Haus as it is called in the local languge is the only completely restored building of the former castle. It's an impressive tall structure and on the backside there is a little cubicle sticking out without floor and one wonders whether with an appropriate floor it could have been the toilet or a rubbish shute. These days you don't...

  • Castle

    The castle dates back to the 11th century. But it is thought that already in the Roman Empire there was some kind of castello built on the same rock.The castle is open daily from Easter until 31st October from 10 am until 6 pm and the entry fee is 2 Euro for adults and 1 Euro for kids over 6.We couldn't go inside as we were one day early and after...

  • Larochette castle

    The ruins of Larochette castle are dominating this small charming town at a 150 meters height the White Ernz, an affluent of the river Sure. The main castle is accessed better by car unless you feel like walking there from the centre of the town. The main castle which is built of stone is protected by a surrounding wall that nowadays is destroyed...

  • What else apart visiting the castle

    The best alternative option (apart from visiting the castle) is leisure walking in well marked footpaths around the city. Regional walking maps are available. There is also a neo-romanesque parish church with Art Nouveau frescoes (open daily 10-17:00) and also an exhibition of textile machines ans tools.


Larochette Hotels

  • Grand Hotel de la Poste

    11 Place Bleech, Larochette, L-7610, Luxembourg

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Hotel Residence Larochette

    14, rue de Medernach, Boite postale 42 , Larochette, L-7601, Luxembourg

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Auberge op der Bleech

    This is a very affordable hotel, a room for two was $75 per night with bath and shower etc. It is...


Larochette Transportation

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    Walk up to the castle

    by yumyum Written Apr 27, 2007

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    I strongly recommend that you walk up to the castle. From the central market square take the "Rue de Mersch" street and look out for the sign pointing uphill to some steps on the right hand side of the road. Taking this path you will be rewarded by splendid views over town and you walk right underneath the castle walls.

    Of course you can also drive up and there is a car park up there. If you want to do that just follow the Rue de Mersch further until you see the appropriate turn off.

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  • Small alleys

    Towards the castle there are some small alleys both sides of Rue de Mersch. They are rather pretty and some have colourful houses.

  • Well described

    On this photograph you can see what I mean by well described : almost everywhere hang a big poster showing what the room was used for.And in this one, you can see the passages as well fer real as in the poster.Life wasn t too bad if you were a lady of the house!

  • Shooting holes

    Although most of the castle now is a ruin, you can still see structures of fireplaces, and in a booklet we bought when we got in, it was well written what each space once was used for. On this pic, obviously, are shooting holes, it is in the Homburger house.


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