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Travel through the Mullerthal Region – Luxembourg's Little Switzerland.


Welcome in the Mullerthal Region – Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland


COVID-19 virus does not only affect the travel industry worldwide. Your health and your safety are at stake, and we encourage you to follow the guidelines of your country of origin, before making travel-related decisions. The Luxembourgish borders remain open. Access is restricted on the German -Luxembourgish as well as on the Belgian-Luxemburgish border. Commuters and goods traffic as well as returning vacationers are excluded from this regulation. Some accommodations like hotels, campsites, apartments, private rooms, etc. are still open. Tourist attractions are closed from 16th March 2020 onwards until further notice. Restaurants are closed but some of them offer delivery or take-out services to their customers.

Hence, in Luxembourg, you can still go shopping, run errands, go to the pharmacy, to the doctor or walk your dog. Please get information here about the current status before entering the country.


In the Mullerthal Region – Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland, the visitor can spend a diversified vacation. Echternach, the eldest city of the country, is considered as historic hot spot and capital of the whole region. Hikers will encounter a well signalled hiking net throughout the whole region and they may discover impressive rock formations, romantic brook valleys, amazing view points on the valley of the Sûre. The small villages are quite charming and the old ruins of the castles of Beaufort, Bourglinster and Larochette as well as the Schiessentümpel cascade are worth a visit. The tourist information centres are at your disposal for any further information.

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