Although Luxembourg is one of the smallest countries in mainland Europe, it is extremely rich in culture. Our tiny country hosts a large number of castles with some dating back to the 10th century. Here are some of our favourite royal estates!
Luxembourgish artist, Berthe Lutgen led the wave of feminism in the Grand Duchy in the seventies – and she is still using her work to draw attention to the movement forty years later.
Discover films from around the world at Luxembourg’s 12th annual Film Festival.
March is traditionally carnival time in Luxembourg and that means an excuse to dress up and express your love through food. Intrigued?
If you just look around, you’ll notice there are many amazing murals covering this tiny country. They are all beautiful and so interesting so we decided to compile some of the best murals in Luxembourg for you! We organized them by location so you can most easily create your own tour and see them in person! (If you make a tour, send us your pics or tag us on your socials @city_savvy_lux )
Did you know that the Grand Duchy is home to at least ten more European institutions? Here’s a bit about each Institution and its work.
From November 12th to December 5th, the Luxembourg Philharmonie’s Rainy Day Festival is back with an exciting variety of new music and performances.
Lover of all things feudal, Elfi Dontis put together a list of more than 15 castles, all within a short distance from Lux. No family coat of arms required.
The Philharmonie’s 2021-2022 season is starting soon! While the orchestra has been unable to perform live for the past year, they look forward to welcoming you later this year for live music from lots of different cultures, time periods and genres