Day 3: Luxembourg

Oh yes! Another country visited 🙂

After so many years of planning to visit Luxembourg, we are finally here!

The plan is that we are going to stay in Vianden, a town in Luxembourg. The first impression was “wow, Vianden is such a beautiful place. It is like an old little city in the mountain. Lovely street and bridge plus their little river and the view of the castle.”. The place is just so pretty that will make you think that you are in a fairytale story.

Love this road
Love this road

We were still early when we arrived in Vianden, so we still got time to roam around the area and it is impressively beautiful and worth going. At the same time, we went around and look for a place to sleep and thanks to tripadvisor, we got an another nice hotel to stay in.

Hotel Heintz is the place where we stayed. I loved how they have this vintage style of hotel. It felt like I was in the series named “The Paradise”. The hotel owners were really friendly and also multi-lingual. They even gave us a very nice room with a balcony overlooking their garden.

Comfortable beds
Our view from our balcony

And at the end of the day, we went to eat steak at Auberge Aal Veinen. Food was delicious!

1st of July 2015


2 Comments Add yours

  1. I’ve wanted to go to Luxembourg for ages! Is there a lot to do there, or is it one of those places where it’s enough to just look at everything?


    1. bubblejam86 says:

      There are lots of castles to visit in Luxembourg and you can do lots of walking. Weve been only to Vianden, Diekirch and Echternach. They told us to go those places and to include Clervaux (in which we did not got the time to visit.) We did not go by the city center anymore because the locals says that its more industrial. If you like cities, I recommend Echternach from the places weve been. If you like quiet and away from city life, go visit Vianden. 🙂

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