The end of July brought an unexpected coolness that is so missing in summer. It's the right time to get out into the fresh air and visit some cultural events!
The open-air cinema festival opens tonight at 21:30 on Place Guillaume. The festival will last until next Friday, July 28. The program includes classics of world cinema from Charlie Chaplin to Christopher Nolan. We have already written about the City Open Air Cinema in one of our articles.
Date: July 21 — July 28, 9:30 p.m.
The remains of the majestic fortifications that once defended the Kirchberg are now in ruins. Destroyed after the Treaty of London in 1867, they date back to the time of Louis XIV. The old fortress is now open to the public for tourist visits. Suitable footwear and a torch are recommended.
Date: July 22, 3:00 p.m.
Another place worth visiting when the weather is good. Echternach is home to one of the largest and richest villas of the Roman Empire. The villa was found during archaeological excavations. It has been preserved in an amazing condition. The cellars, pools and foundations have been preserved. A detailed tour will help you learn more about Roman life in the distant past.
Date: July 23, 3:00 p.m.
Price: from 7 to 10 euros
A mixed concert where you can hear different sounds, from jazz to house and progressive music. This Saturday, July 22, Neumünster Abbey will be filled with energy and drive. Don't forget to buy your tickets in advance, as they might not be available at the last minute.
Date: July 22, 9:00 p.m.
Price: from 9 to 22 euros