Make Koler kooler mural, Kahler, LuxembourgThe #GuideForOneDay programme includes visits that will highlight the most beautiful parts of Luxembourg City and tell you more about the UNESCO World Heritage or give you inside information about what is going on in the various buildings belonging to the EU institutions. Visits in other parts of the country – by foot or by bike – are also offered. Examples include a bike tour to the Gallo-Roman termae in Mamer, a nature walk with chef René Mathieu, a historic visit to the thermal town Mondorf on the French border or a two-hour hike to discover the castle and natural caves of the village of Schoenfeld. Why not join the walk through the parks of Luxembourg City or the guided bike tour that will show you the amazing murals in village of Kahler?

Visits are offered in French, English, German and Luxembourgish. They are free of charge. Visit #GuideForOneDay to see the detailed programme and sign up online.

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