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Luxembourg Vacation Packages & Private Tours

Bordered by France, Belgium, and Germany, Luxembourg is one of the smallest countries in the world. This landlocked country in the heart of Europe is where more than 170 different nationalities live together, surrounded by breathtakingly beautiful scenery, dotted with medieval castles, vineyards, and rivers.

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Popular Luxembourg Vacation Itineraries

Our suggested itineraries in Luxembourg and neighboring countries allow you to enjoy a multi-destination tour with ease. Our vacation packages make traveling in Central & Eastern Europe hassle-free. We take care of getting you from place to place, accommodation, excursions and activities.

Where to go in Luxembourg

Discovering Luxembourg

Luxembourg City is one of the prettiest capitals in Europe. Built on many levels, from clifftops and gorges to valleys and riversides, with gorgeous architecture and several spectacular viewpoints, Luxembourg City seems to have sprung out of the pages of a storybook. Using the city as a base, you can explore the rest of the country on easy day trips or by renting a car. Luxembourg is one of the best places in Europe to embark on a road trip that’s not only scenic beyond words but also incredibly easy as you’ll never have to drive more than one or two hours in a country that’s so charmingly tiny.

Food and Drinks in Luxembourg

Throughout its history, Luxembourg has been influenced by its neighboring countries in many ways. On top of that, with so many different nationalities calling Luxembourg home nowadays, it comes as no surprise that this blending of cultures lives on. Sampling the country’s diverse cuisine is the most remarkable way to explore this multi-cultural aspect of Luxembourg. Moreover, this tiny country boasts the highest density of Michelin-starred restaurants in the world, while it produces some of the finest white wines, alongside superb lager beers.

See Luxembourg With Us

Conveniently located in the heart of Europe, and embraced by Germany, France, and Belgium, Luxembourg is the perfect hub from where to explore some or all of these countries but also a fantastic destination to discover in its own right. Luxembourg is off-the-beaten-path Europe at its finest and here at JayWay Travel off-the-beaten-path is what we do best. We’ve handpicked for you high-quality accommodation options and top-notch services in Luxembourg to make sure that you genuinely enjoy this lesser-known destination in Europe.

Frequently Asked Questions about travel to Luxembourg

What's the best way to get to Luxembourg?
From the US, there are no direct flights to Luxembourg. However, Luxembourg Airport connects to several other airports throughout Europe. In any case, it's best to combine a trip to Luxembourg with one or more of its neighboring countries, such as France, Belgium, or Germany. If you're already in Europe, Luxembourg has excellent road and rail links with neighboring countries.
When is the best time to visit Luxembourg?
Luxembourg is pleasant all year round so it all comes down to what you plan to do there. Spring and autumn bring mild weather. In the warmest months, you can enjoy hiking across Luxembourg's stunning countryside, while in the coldest months winter sports in the mountains await. For a taste of festivity, Christmas markets start popping up in November.
Which other countries could I combine with a trip to Luxembourg?
Conveniently located in the heart of Northern Europe, Luxembourg can easily be combined with plenty of other countries on the same trip. You can combine Luxembourg with one of its neighboring countries; either France or Germany or both. Alternatively, you can combine Luxembourg with Belgium and the Netherlands for a true Benelux adventure.
How many days do I need to see Luxembourg?
Luxembourg is tiny. Therefore, you need less than a week to fully enjoy the entire country. This is why it makes sense to plan a trip to Luxembourg as part of a multi-country trip. If you have ten to fourteen days, you can enjoy Luxembourg alongside one or even two more European countries without ever feeling rushed. Consider either the neighboring France and Germany or the fellow Benelux members, Belgium and the Netherlands.
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