One of the smallest nations in Europe, Luxembourg is surrounded by Belgium, France and Germany. It’s mostly rural with scenic forests but Luxembourg City, is famed for its medieval old town.
A town in northern Luxembourg, set in a deep and narrow valley that’s pretty as a picture. Visit in winter for the a view of the entire town and castle covered in snow – an amazing image.
The Clervaux Castle, featuring the Family of Man photo exhibition, is a must-see when in town.
2. Christmas Markets
Each year, the traditional Christmas markets in Luxembourg City turn the Place d’Armes, the Place de la Constitution and the Place de Paris into a real Christmas village.
Small wooden huts sell delicious food and the iconic Ferris Wheel will make a beautiful backdrop for your Luxembourg Instagram pics.
3. Passage du Palais
Luxembourg’s historic Passage du Palais is a gorgeous old passage that leads to to the Old Town centre.
Take your Luxembourg Instagram photos here at dusk when the soft light will make you feel like you’re back in medieval times.
The Schiessentümpel is a small and picturesque waterfall on the Black Ernz river, located in the Mullerthal Region – Luxembourg’s “Little Switzerland”. It looks like it belongs in a dream world from a J.R.R. Tolkien book.
The old stone bridge and old green mossy rocks are beautiful at any time of the year.
5. Temps d’Or Hotel
This authentic 12th-century castle hotel offer scenic views of the Valley of the Seven Castles. There’s just six bedrooms, decorated in a charming old-school style.
The hotel itself is on 500 acres of woods and meadows that guests are welcome to explore. Gorgeous.
6. Ladurée Luxembourg
Is there anything more photographic than a perfect pastel macaron? At the Ladurée cafe in Luxembourg city, you can indulge in a classy afternoon tea or brunch.
Silver teapots, white china and those wonderful macarons will make for a fab Luxembourg Instagram post.
7. Walls of the Corniche
Often called “the most beautiful balcony in Europe,” the Walls of Luxembourg city are the place to go for a view of the valley of the Alzette, the city district of Grund and the Rham Plateau.
Built in the 18th century, they look just as incredible now as they did back then.