Lëtzebuerg, dat ass Vakanz - Promenade UNESCO EN

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Presentation

 
The UNESCO Tour takes you on a journey that highlights why the city of Luxembourg has been on the World Heritage List since 1994: impressive remnants of the former fortified city are embedded in a breathtaking landscape and testify to the important role that Luxembourg has played in European history. The path runs halfway up the fortifications through the Pétrusse park, taking you across the Corniche ("the most beautiful balcony in Europe"), over the ramparts and into the old town.
 
This tour is organized in the context of the « Solidarity Day of World Heritage Cities ». Participation is free, however a registration via the reservation form is mandatory (within the limit of the number of places available). Gilles Genot, curator of the « Lëtzebuerg City Museum » introduces the UNESCO Visitor Center to the participants before a guide of the Luxembourg City Tourist Office takes them on a tour through the UNESCO zone in the City Centre.
 
Meeting Point: Lëtzebuerg City Museum, UNESCO Visitor Center (14, rue du Saint-Esprit, L-1475 Luxembourg).
 
Safety instructions: All participants are required to wear a mask/face covering for the duration of the guided tour, regardless of whether an interpersonal distance of 2 meters can be maintained. Children under the age of 6 are exempt from this obligation. Social distancing must be respected. Groups are strictly limited to 9 participants plus 1 guide.
  • Language of the visit :
    • English

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