Built by Spaniards in 1644, these casemates were repeatedly fortified and stand as a proof of the troubled history of Luxembourg. Despite the fact in 1867 they were almost completely destroyed upon an order received from London, they were rebuilt in 1933, the year when they welcomed their first visitors.
The History Museum of Luxembourg is a must-see for all tourists visiting the Duchy. It displays collections of exhibits related to the local history.
Tens of concerts are hosted by the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra each year. World renowned artists attend these performances to public's delight.
The Grand Ducal Palace of Luxembourg is one of the most important historic edifices in the Duchy due to its past and present political significance.