A landlocked country with easy access to Belgium, France and Germany, this fairy-tale haven is the perfect mix of old school elegance and lush green forests.
Famed for its striking palaces such as Vianden castle, Luxembourg quite literally translates to “little castle” and rumour has it there is one situated every 100 square miles.
Its cuisine will leave your taste palates tingling as you feast like a royal on traditional dishes and regional wine, such as those found in the Moselle region.
For those looking to delve into the country’s history, its capital, Luxembourg City, is a Unesco-listed site, with a medieval old town situated on an impressive cliff top. While here visit the cathedral, the Palace of the Grand Duke and the grave of U.S. General George S. Patton.
Step back in time and immerse yourself in idyllic 17th century Dutch landscapes of gently turning windmills and charming bridges, arching over peaceful canals. Enjoy a slower pace of life with all the comforts of modern touches.