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Popular road routes in Luxembourg

Located in the heart of Europe, Luxembourg is one of the smallest countries on the continent, but what it lacks in size it more than makes up for in beauty and driving pleasure. The Grand Duchy boasts an extensive network of well-maintained roads, passing through dense forests, past medieval castles and along picturesque river valleys. Below you can find some of the best driving routes in Luxembourg.


The Moselle Route

Starting in the south-eastern part of Luxembourg, you'll be immersed in a relaxing journey along the winding Moselle River. This route will especially appeal to wine lovers, as the region is famous for its magnificent wineries and vineyards. Along the way, you'll find plenty of places to sample local wines, including the fine whites that made Luxembourg famous.


The Ardennes Route

This road runs through the very heart of the Luxembourg Ardennes, stunning with its endless forests and gently rising hills. Along this route you can meet magical castles, among which the majestic Bourscheid Castle and the picturesque Clairvaux Castle are worth highlighting, each of which is open to visitors and ready to reveal its secrets to inquisitive travelers.


The Mullerthal Route

Nicknamed the "little Switzerland" of Luxembourg, the Müllerthal region is the ideal destination for those seeking adventure. The winding roads of Müllerthal will lead you to amazing geological formations - canyons and gorges. This region is a treasure for walkers, but motorists will also find it incredibly enjoyable to travel through. Your itinerary wouldn't be complete without a stop at the Schissentümpel waterfall - a landscape that's perfect for capturing in photographs.


The Valley of the Seven Castles

The Valley of the Seven Castles in Luxembourg is a 27-kilometre route through Gutland, passing majestic fortresses, ruins and historic castles. This route can be covered in just one day, while visiting all the castles and stopping in picturesque villages.

Luxembourg's driving routes combine spectacular natural landscapes with historic castles and wine valleys, offering an unforgettable experience for both locals and tourists.









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