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

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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 the most important for us and we encourage you to follow the guidelines of your country of origin before making travel-related decisions.

Border controls on the German-Luxembourgish border have been suspended since Saturday 16 May. The French-Luxembourgish borders is still only open for work traffic. Transit through Belgium is possible, see details on www.bit.ly/TransitBE for guests coming from the Netherlands and Germany. 

For Dutch guests:
To travel from the Netherlands to Luxembourg, it is possible to travel through Belgium. Therefore you need a booking confirmation in French, your identity card or valid travel pass (beware: a driver's license is not a valid ID), and the text of the Belgian Government in French and Dutch (you find it here: www.bit.ly/TransitBE). It is only allowed to drive through the territory of Belgium, so no stops should be done within the country.

For German guests:
If you travel from Germany to Luxembourg, you can cross the German-Luxembourg border or cross the border from Germany to Belgium and travel across Belgium to Luxembourg. To travel through Belgium you need a booking confirmation in French, your identity card or valid travel pass (beware: a driver's license is not a valid ID), and the text of the Belgian Government in French and Dutch (you find it here: www.bit.ly/TransitBE). It is only allowed to drive through the territory of Belgium, so no stops should be done within the country. Border controls at the German-Luxembourgish  border have been suspended since Saturday, May 16, so that direct entry is possible. Please be aware that Germany has a travel ban recommendation in place until 14th of June.

For Belgian guests:

Unfortunately, our Belgian guests are not allowed to travel to Luxembourg from their government yet. This is only possible from 15th June on, so we ask our Belgian friends to be patient.

In Luxembourg, some of the extraordinary CORONA measures are eased since 11th May. Museums and other cultural sites have opened again. Some campsites and hotels are open again, restaurants will open soon. Most tourist attractions will reopen on 1st June, please check this individually.

In Luxembourg, ongoing custom Covid-19 rules apply -  ️a social distance of 2 meters between people not belonging to the same household. Furthermore, a mouth nose mask is required. A maximum of 20 persons are allowed to be together outside. You are allowed to welcome a maximum of 6 persons inside who do not belong to your household. Please be aware that fines are imposed from around 149 euro per person when these measures are not respected.

The outdoor terraces of the restaurants will reopen on Wednesday, 27th May, and from Friday, 29th May, the indoor areas of the restaurants will also open. A maximum of four people may sit at one table, unless they belong to one household, then there may be more people. Playgrounds and swimming-pools will also remain closed for the moment. Shops are open again and grocery shopping is possible. Hiking, biking, canoeing and climbing are possible. You do not have to wear a mask when hiking, but you should carry it with you.

At the campsites and in the hotels, ongoing custom Covid-19 rules apply a social distance of 2 meters between people not belonging to the same household. Furthermore, a mouth nose mask is required. Only members of the same family are allowed to go on one camping place to stay. Sanitary buildings on the campsites are open at the discretion of the campsite administration, please ask individually at your campsite.

These rules might change again soon. If so, we will adapt the necessary measures again. For further questions or reservation please contact your hotel or campsite directly.

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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