The Luxembourg City Tourist Office issued a recent press release in which it shared encouraging numbers. We can safely say that tourism activity is successfully recovering after two years of quarantine and isolation.
A total of 102,960 people have visited the country in the past year. Of course, this is still less than in pre-covid times, but it almost reached the numbers for 2019. The Bureau has some reason to believe that the trend will be positive.
The majority of all visitors (26%) came from Germany. The French and Dutch were a little behind. Residents of the Grand Duchy made up 7% of the total number of tourists visiting the capital.
The bureau also attributes the increase in visitors to the opening of the Petrusse casemates, which attract gloomy catacombs and medieval fortresses fans for many years now.