guide to driving and camping in Luxembourg

Mullerthal Region

Luxembourg

Luxembourg’s charming, isolated villages are set picturesquely along swift-moving rivers. Tiny lakes nestle into valleys held by forested hills. Imposing fairytale castles dot the countryside’s hilltops and vineyards soften the hillsides. To encourage cycling, Luxembourg created more than 600 kilometers of dedicated cycle paths–a goodly portion over old railway routes. Paths lead through forests, along bubbling rivers and creeks and into idyllic villages with old town squares. Many campgrounds rent bikes. The tradition of camping is well established. Campgrounds have lovely settings and amenities that appeal to adults and children alike. Luxembourg’s population is concentrated in the capital leaving the countryside basically rural making driving a breeze.

INCLUDES DETAILED DIRECTIONS ON HOW TO DRIVE TO CAMPGROUNDS
AND MAJOR SITES IN 26 COUNTRIES

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