Multilingualism (simultaneous use of several linguistic idioms) is one of the benefits of Luxembourg City. However, you might also be greeted by a warm « Moien » as the Luxembourgish people are very attached to their native tongue, the “Lëtzebuergesch”.
Luxembourg offers, in spite of its small surface, an astonishing diversity of enchanting landscapes that are waiting to be discovered all year long.
In the centre, the capital and its surroundings are characterized by a city/fortress, more than a thousand years old, and by the “Vallée des sept châteaux”, the Valley of the seven castles. Up north, the Luxembourgish “Ardennes” amaze with their high plateaus and their encased valleys. In the east of the country, the “Mullerthal”, also known as the “Little Luxembourgish Switzerland”, charms with its fascinating rocks and the river “Moselle” seduces with its vineyards whereas in the south, the “Land of the red earths” impresses as well by its open-roofed mines as by its industrial and architectural patrimony.