Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art

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The Best of Luxembourg City: Guided E-Bike Tour

The Best of Luxembourg City: Guided E-Bike Tour

Begin at the meeting point in the heart of the city. Accompanied by a multilingual guide, head off to discover the most beautiful places of the capital in a single bike trip. Move around on some latest generation electric bikes to get from one place to another without getting too tired, because this tour doesn't include any hills... or almost none. Take advantage of elevators and funiculars to move uphill. Be immersed in the city's green heart, the Petrusse valley with its numerous possibilities to relax in green areas from the city center. From there you will be directed to the Grund where you will take the elevator to the plateau St. Esprit and the Judicial City - Cité Judiciaire. Ride along the Grand Ducal Palace to the historical center and its Herb Market. From the Bock crag, known as "Bockfiels", you have a wonderful view of the Grund and the Neumünster Abbey, which you will reach by bike right after. A small trail along the Alzette will lead you to the Rives de Clausen, a popular nightlife spot amongst Luxembourgish people. Continue in the Pfaffenthal until you reach the funicular that will take you up to the Kirchberg. Get out at the foot of the European institutions. Even this imposing alley has its own little park, which you can cross by bike, and then discover the most important buildings of the Luxembourg financial center. Welcome to the Kirchberg. This city district combines modernism and antiquity, and nothing highlights this fact better than the Mudam. The Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art was built on a former military fort that stands out with its imposing glass surfaces on the old 19th-century walls. Once you've passed through, go back down to the Pfaffenthal to take the panoramic elevator to the gardens of the Pescatore Foundation. Reach the city park and its "Kinnekswiss" which announces the end of the e-bike tour through the capital. The guide joins you for the whole duration of the tour and is happy to respond to your questions.

Luxembourg: Mudam Contemporary Art Museum Entry Ticket

Luxembourg: Mudam Contemporary Art Museum Entry Ticket

It is Mudam’s ambition to serve as a reference museum for contemporary art and to be an iconic museum for Luxembourg in terms of artistic and cultural excellence. Through the activities it presents and the manner in which it operates, Mudam promotes creativity, visionary thinking, openness and cultural participation for all. Like Luxembourg itself, Mudam is situated in Europe but has a global and outward-looking vision. Mudam is committed to a more inclusive, more tolerant and more responsible world in which museums play a leading role in the transmission of our cultural heritage to future generations. Mudam aims to guarantee a pleasant visit to an audience as wide as possible. That is why we actively work towards creating an inclusive and barrier-free museum and focus on accustoming visitors with functional requirements.

Luxembourg: Combi-Ticket City Train & the 7 Museums Pass

Luxembourg: Combi-Ticket City Train & the 7 Museums Pass

After discovering the highlights of Luxembourg City by a City Train ride, visit any of the 7 museums included in this combined ticket. Discover Villa Vauban, located in the heart of the city, in the middle of a historic park. See exhibitions showcasing 17th-century Dutch works and 19th-century French history and landscape paintings. Visit Casino Luxembourg-Forum d’Art Contemporain, a contemporary art institution that is dedicated to the latest works from international artists. At the Lëtzebuerg City Museum located in the old town district, learn more about the history of the city through original objects and topographical reconstructions as well as a mobile application. Explore the Musée National d’Histoire et d’Art, which offers 6000 square meters of exhibition space of encyclopedic collections. At the Musée National d’Histoire Naturelle, discover exhibitions that reflect more than 160 years of the Institute's history and above all the dynamism and commitment of its curators and their collaborators. Visit the Museum Dräi Eechele in the restored Fort Thungen and learn about the territorial development and history of Luxembourg, as well as more about national identity. Finally, visit the Mudam - Museum of Modern Art, a purpose-built building designed by the renowned Sino-American architect Ieoh Ming Pei. Opened in 2006 and situated in Park Draï Eechelen this gallery houses various works by modern and contemporary artists.

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(83 reviews)

The tour offered breathtaking views of the city’s landscape, from rolling hills to the charming old town. Our guide, Marco, was exceptional, sharing fascinating stories about Luxembourg’s history and culture with enthusiasm. One of the highlights was discovering hidden landmarks you wouldn’t typically encounter on foot. Marco led us to secret spots, serene parks, and panoramic viewpoints. Overall, this e-bike tour was a fantastic way to explore Luxembourg. I highly recommend it for a unique and engaging experience.

Very nice E-Bike tour. Our guide Luca was very enthusiastic. The bicycles are of very good quality with different riding modes. This time our group was relatively large (14) with different nationalities. The guide communicated in English and French. The trip took a little longer than planned. With us 3.5 hours. Recommended.

I enjoyed the train ride; the information is provided in fun light hearted story telling. I would recommend the City Train as one’s first activity as it gives a good overview of the historic sights around the city and of course the history behind it. Afterwards I could choose how I explore as I now had my bearings.

Everything was fine. You can see the whole city in three hours without get tired. We run about 20 km and we covered all city major themes.

I had a really good time. Marco is an amazing guide