Luxembourg is one of the small country in Europe, located in between Belgium, France, and Germany, however it is also one of the wealthiest country in Europe.
The country is small with area of 2586 square km (998 sq mi) and population of 524853 (wikipedia). The capital of this country is Luxembourg city. Luxembourg is easily accesible via car or train from any part of Europe, especially from Belgium, France, and Germany. One can do one day trip to Luxembourg as the city itself is not that big. I went from Brussels (Belgium) to Luxembourg with train, which took about 3h.
Luxembourg is kind of hilly place and connected with so many tall bridges. Therefore, Luxembourg is known for its bridges.One of the bridges is the Adolphe bridge, which was built between 1900 and 1903, is one of Luxembourg main tourist attraction. This Adolphe bridge also known as new bridge. From Adolphe bridge, you can see down the Petrussa valley, the Notre Dame Cathedral and Gëlle Fra from far.
Another bridge is the Schloss brücke (Pont du Château, the castle bridge), which was built in 1735.
Then the Grand Duchess Charlotte Bridge, which is known as Red bridge due to its red painting of the bridge, built between 1962-1965.
Bridge for the rail system
Another view of the bridge
Beautiful view of Luxembourg landscape
Not only the bridge, but the old quarters and fortification is one of the must see places in Luxembourg. The fort build in the valley with beautiful architecture was recognized and registered as Unesco World Heritage.
The city is cozy and not that crowded
Inside, in the middle of thecity, there is Grand-Ducal Palace, the town residence of the Grand Duke.
and also the Ministry for the Presidency, Luxembourg.
and house for one of the Arcelor Mittal, the multinational steel company, whose owner is one of the richest man in the world.
Another place to visit is the Notre Dame Cathedral. It has a Gothic structure which was built in 1613.
If you would like to just sit and relax, there is a special train that can take you around.