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I'm planing to take a 3-day visit to Luxembourg. I want to se Luxembourg City, Hollenfels and Vianden.
If someone knows how to get from Luxembourg City to Hollenfels, and from Luxembourg City to Vianden, can you please help? I know that there are buses and trains, but if someone knows exactly how to get there, can you please tell me?
Posted on 25 February 2012 | 6:08 pm
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Hi! I'm spanish and i speak english bad... for that, i need your help with the work. there are largest but it is only correct. please! help me! this work it is for expose in class and speak for him. the problem... the misspelling because it is for note.
the work is from of european pays and i have luxembourg. and i'll select the best answer
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg or Luxembourg is a founding member of Europe as Germany, Belgium, France, Italy and Netherlands.
They called him "The six", and the flag had got six stars. Now, the flag of Europe has twelve stars because it is the symbol to the perfection, the complet and the unity. The golden stars circle represent the solidarity and the armony betwen of the european countries.
The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg bordered by Belgium from west, France from sur and Germany from est.
The rivers most important are the Sûre, the Moselle and the Alzette. And the Sûre's lake is the lake most miportant.
Luxembourg are two mountains highest: the kneiff and the Buurglaatz. It doesn't clare which is the more highest.
The capital city is Luxembourg, and the cities most important are Luxembourg, Ettelbruck, Pétange, Mersch, Junglinster, Niederanven, Hesperange and Bettembourg.
Luxembourg has got many monuments and castles.
The monuments most important are from wars: the Luxembourg American Graveyard and Memorial, the Monument of Remembrance, the Sandweiler German war graveyard, Lancaster Memorial and Liberty Road.
The Luxembourg American Cemetery is near of Luxembourg city and it is the most large.
The Monument of Remembrance, usually know by the nickname Gëlle Fra, that is Golden Woman in Luxembourgish, is a war memorial in the city of Luxembourg. It is dedicate to the thousands of Luxembourgers who volunteered for service in the armed forces of the Allied Powers during First World War.
Liberty Road is the commemorative way warking the victorious of the Allied forces from D-Day in June 1944.
Some castles in Luxembourg are Berg Castle, Mamer Castle, Château de Septfontaines, Vianden Castle and Beaufort Castle.
Luxembourg is a representative democracy with a constitutional monarch, it's ruled by a Grand Duke. It is the world's only remaining sovereign Grand Ducky.
It was an important bastion along the Spanish Road when Spain was the principal European power influencing the whole western hemisphere and beyond in the 16th - 17th centuries.
The city of Luxembourg is the seat of several institutions and agencias of the European Union.
Have got two anthems. Ons Heemecht (Our Homeland) and the Royal anthem De Wilhelmus.
The contribution Luxembourg makes to it's defence and to NATO consists of a small army (currently consisting of around 800 people). As a landlocked country, it has no navy and also lacks and air force.
Posted on 21 February 2011 | 12:49 am
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Posted on 2 November 2009 | 1:38 am
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I think I may have a problem. I'm going to Luxembourg with work and I said I wanted to see the country while I was there and maybe do some walking. So one of our guys in our Lux office has booked me a hotel in a place called Mullerthal.
Now he knows I don't have a car, so I was expecting it to be somewhere with good transport links. But I've just looked it up and it's about 30 miles from the airport and doesn't seem to be anywhere near a railway station or even a bus route. Of course this isn't helped by the fact that I don't speak French or German and so the public transport websites make no sense to me.
Help! How do I get from Luxembourg Airport to Mullerthal? And how do I get back again on a Sunday morning? Do I really need to get a taxi both ways? If yes, how much is this likely to cost?
Don't get me wrong, the place looks lovely. But what with the language difficulty (do people outside of Lux town speak much English?) and it being a Sunday, I'm worried I'll miss my plane!
Posted on 7 March 2007 | 4:55 am