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 Museum of Ancient Musical Instruments is hosted by the Conservatory of Luxembourg. It attracts chiefly a specific public, but not exclusively.
Gastronomic pleasures too define a successful vacation. The Gourmet Tour offers a culinary grasp of the traditional flavors of Luxembourg City.
Pétrusse Express refers to a tour made by means of a wheeled train which carries tourists around the Old City. A rather unique experience, indeed!