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Though the country is small, but the Duchy is great!
Translated from Old German, Luxembourg means "small castle". There is information that in 963 there already existed a small state with that name.
Translated from Old German, Luxembourg means "small castle". There is information that in 963 there already existed a small state with that name. Over its thousand-year history, Luxembourg often lost its independence, at different times it became the possession of either France, then Spain, or Austria.
Congress of Vienna 1814 - 1815 proclaimed the independent Grand Duchy of Luxembourg as part of the German Union. In 1866, the duchy became an independent state. During the First and Second World Wars, the country was occupied by German troops.
The main attractions of Luxembourg are the National Museum, the Gothic Notre Dame Cathedral (XVII century), the palace of the Grand Duke (XVI century), the city council (XIX century). It will also be interesting for everyone to get to know Esch-sur-Alzette (19th-century castle).
Trier is one of the oldest cities in Germany. Founded in 14 - 16 years. BC, the city has long been the capital of the Roman province of Belgica Prima, from here the Romans ruled part of modern Germany, Belgium and Luxembourg.
The name of the city itself is Trier, a simplified Roman "Augusta Treverorum." Another important person in the history of Trier is Charlemagne, who made Trier the capital of a large bishopric and, thus, a rich city.
Today Trier is a small town on the border with Luxembourg, the appearance of which is determined by the amazing combination of Roman buildings of the Middle Ages and Baroque in urban architecture. For tourists, this is a beautiful observation deck in Europe.
The moments spent here are time given to ourselves!
Departure in the morning. Departure time depends on the city of departure and is reported when ordering a trip.
In the evening, return to Germany. Arrival time depends on the city of departure.
- travel on a comfortable tourist bus, accompanied by a qualified Russian-speaking guide.
- Sightseeing tours accompanied by a qualified Russian-speaking guide in Luxembourg and Trier - 10 €, children under 12 years old - free of charge (excursion service is an integral part of the trip and must be paid).
Depending on circumstances the guide or the attendant can change the program on the course.
The travel agency has the right for adjustment. The prices can be changed depending on a season.
Entrance tickets are paid additionally (at will).
Departure is possible from the cities:
Aachen, Bonn, Dortmund, Duesseldorf, Cologne, Moenchengladbach, Essen,
and also from Muenster, Osnabrueck - at the weekend
* - surcharge for departure (at its existence) is paid additionally
The possibility of the departure on the concrete date, the information on the existence of surcharge for departure and its size you can find in the order form, having chosen service to BOOK a TOUR.
ATTENTION: The basic cost can be changed depending on the date and the city of departure! Please, make a calculation of the basic cost below, having chosen the date at first, and then the city from the list!
The list of possible departure cities and information about the availability of co-payment for departure is found in the block Calculation of the base cost by selecting the date and city of departure you are interested in.