Outings, activities and leisure in Luxembourg

Luxembourg is a hidden gem in the heart of Europe. Often overlooked, it offers an idyllic setting for sports, recreational outings and leisure activities. Despite being one of the smallest countries on the continent, Luxembourg boasts an impressive array of natural landscapes, with lush forests and picturesque rivers. The towns and villages are welcoming and offer a wide range of leisure activities for residents and visitors alike.

Is Luxembourg your new expatriation destination? You’re sure to find the perfect destination to indulge your passions, whatever your age or that of your children.

Enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities

Natural landscapes for outdoor activities

With its vibrant sporting culture, Luxembourg is an ideal leisure destination for those seeking outdoor adventure, recreation and memorable sporting experiences.

Luxembourg’s natural landscapes are a great playground for outdoor enthusiasts. The country offers a wealth of activities in its countryside, dense forests and picturesque valleys.

The Mullerthal region, nicknamed “Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland”, offers an enchanting setting of rock formations, winding paths and pretty waterfalls. Here you can enjoy a wide range of sporting activities, including hiking, mountain biking and climbing.

Luxembourg’s Ardennes, Haute-Sûre and Our nature parks also offer a wealth of walking opportunities. Here you can watch birds and have a picnic in an unspoiled nature.

Relax in parks and gardens

Luxembourg City is also home to several magnificent parks and gardens. They offer an ideal setting for leisure and relaxation activities.

The Parc de la vallée de la Pétrusse, located in the heart of the city, is the city’s most famous park. You can take advantage of the magnificent green spaces, stroll along the shady paths and enjoy breathtaking views over the city.

Monterey Park and its huge pirate ship attracts the youngest adventurers. The brand-new Parc de Gasperich now offers 16 hectares of greenery, paths and children’s play areas.

Every town and village develops playgrounds or “Spillplatz”, real places of attraction for the youngest. Children can let off steam and play with their imagination.

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