This park is in the south of the Grand Duchy, and it is bordered by Boulevard Price Henry and by the Alzette and Petrusse Rivers valleys. The park was built on the site of the former Luxembourg stronghold. This green area fills some 20 hectares and it is divided in several parts by Boulevards Monterey, Émile Reuter and Porte-Neuve.
This public park is located in the west side of Luxembourg, in the Hollerich district, and it is bordered by Boulevards 10 Septembre, Pierre Dupong, Guillaume and by Rue Bragance. The parks fills and area of about 5 hectares, is also has a lake and it is highly appealing both for locals and for tourists.
Located in the Limpertsberg district, this park features a display of modern sculptures.
It is located in the Eich-Weimerskirch district and it stretches on the left bank of the Alzette River.
Located in the Dommeldange district, this park is set in the classic style of English parks.
The venue is located in the Kirchberg area, and it is an atypical park. It is a dune-like park featuring miscellaneous vegetation and stone sculptures.
The National Museum of History and Art of Luxembourg displays temporary exhibitions and permanent archeological collections, valuable medieval paintings.
The Pétrusse Casemates are too a tourist site of special historic charge. It was no sooner than 1933 that their tourist potential was discovered.
Despite its misleading name, Casino Luxembourg is an edifice dedicated to contemporary art exhibitions and to sundry cultural activities.