With imposing castles, romantic architecture and stunning natural settings, Luxembourg will make you feel like you have just stepped into a fairy-tale.
Wealthy in museums, galleries, and castles, and home to a vibrant and buzzing dining culture, this small country is steeped in history and incredibly sophisticated. Perfect for history and culture lovers, or couples seeking a romantic getaway. Luxembourg is as idyllic and beautiful as its postcard. A fairy-tale destination in real life.
When is the best time of the year to visit Luxembourg?
Sitting in between France, Belgium and Germany, Luxembourg has a moderate continental climate, with cold winters and moderate summers.
There is no real low or high season as Luxembourg City is busy all year round, but there are particular times of the year when you can still benefit from savings in the cost of travel.
Summer, from June to August, is warm with occasional rain. July and August are the warmest and most popular months for tourism, but you can still bag a good deal visiting in early summer and June is one of the driest, sunniest months of the year.
Autumn is from September to October and, although it sees an increase in grey days, it does offer some stunning autumnal sceneries with leaves changing to red and yellow, and open fireplaces springing to life in hotels and restaurants. September is a very pleasant month, with warm temperature during the day and cool nights.
Winter, from December to February, is cold and might hit freezing temperatures at its height. While Luxembourg City stays open, some smaller hotels and restaurants in the countryside might close for the cold season. Some attractions might also close or have limited opening hours, so it’s always worth checking closer to the time of travel.
Spring comes in March to May, with May being the driest and sunniest month of the season, so a very pleasant time to visit.