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It is not surprising, therefore, that the heart of the city is a fort of rare beauty, built over several centuries. Nestling in the heart of the Duchy of the same name, the city stands out for sights such as the Petrusse ravine, the Corniche path or the Bock Blockhaus situated along the hills and woods of this unusual city.
Hotel and restaurant in town. Le Place d’Armes is a charming hotel on the place d’Armes, the historic heart of Luxembourg, a meeting place in summer and winter, close to the “Cercle Cité”, the business and pedestrian shopping district. Past and present are perfectly balanced in the 18th century building, which skillfully blends Art nouveau, a revisited Baroque and contemporary styles. Each of the guest rooms and suites is decorated in a delicate colour palette and has its own style and charm. The gourmet restaurant La Cristallerie focuses on exceptional products and the Plëss has the charming atmosphere of a chic brasserie, whilst the renowned Café de Paris is marked by a bistro atmosphere. ... Learn moreless
Restaurant in town. An Italian in Luxembourg… Originally from Lombardy, Ilario Mosconi takes his country’s culinary reputation to new heights. His key to success can be summed up in one word: authenticity. “From veal from the Piedmont to Sicilian tomatoes, not to mention white truffles from Alba, 90 per cent of his products come directly from Italy”, explains Ilario’s wife Simonetta Mosconi, who takes the same care over the restaurant and the guests that Ilario does of his cooking. Discover what can be done with simple products like basil and ricotta at this restaurant on the banks of the River Alzette, with its magnificent eight-course set menu of pasta dishes. ... Learn moreless