It is impossible to stay at home on these clear and warm days in Luxembourg. That's why it's a good idea to have a cultural walk around the capital and see what the summer city has to offer.
No need for comment here. Watching a live match from the standium is not the same as watching it on TV. Especially when the weather allows you to grab your favourite drink and head to the game. Just make sure you bring a hat and sunscreen. It's easy to forget the heat in the excitement of the game! The game starts at 15:00 and tickets start at 20 euros.
Visit the Natural History Museum on a Sunday if you're not a sports fan. Take a guided tour to learn about the orchids that grow in the Grand Duchy, what they look like and how they are grown. It's also possible to see remarkably accurate replicas made from plastic casts, in addition to the live flowers. The tour costs only 5 euros!
The Luxembourg City Museum has more than 2,500,000 posters from different periods. They show the evolution of graphic design, social attitudes, political movements.
Of course, digital communication has taken over, but the poster is still one of the best known and one of the most effective ways to influence people in a direct way.
Here you will find the 100 best works, as selected by the public jury.
17 pianos are already installed in Luxembourg. Anyone can touch the keys and play. The project started a few years ago. It has become so popular that it has quickly become a cultural tradition.
People gather around the instruments. The air is filled with well-known compositions or improvisations by talented pianists.
Address: the instruments are located in parks and public places.