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Luxembourg Tours & Trips

38 Luxembourg trips. Tours from 13 tour companies. 245 reviews.

38 Trips match your criteria (1 - 20 shown)

Germany, Luxembourg & France Bike & Boat: Mosel River Valley, Aboard the Princesse Royal
4.9/5 Excellent
100+ reviews
Group Tour
Why we love them
Their unique emphasis on immersive cultural experiences combined with active exploration with personalized cycling experiences.
Lodging level
Premium - 4 star
Physical level
Strenuous
Trip pace
Full schedule

Visits

Berlin, Koblenz, Luxembourg, Trier

Highlights

  • Experience three countries—Germany, Luxembourg, and France—up close, by bike.
  • View quaint villages, lush vineyards and forests, and fairytale castles as you roll along a scenic river.
  • Explore the ancient Roman and medieval treasures of Trier.
  • Enjoy a private wine tasting.
  • Relax on your barge and sip Germany’s finest Rieslings and beers.

Themes

Culinary & Wine, Cultural, Cycling & Biking, Nature & Wildlife

What travelers are saying

"This was the first organized tour my husband and I have ever joined, so we were not sure what to expect , but it turned out to be the best vacation we've ever had. The scenery and food were amazing. We stayed in beautiful hotels. Most of the riding was on paved bike paths so we hardly ever had to deal with car traffic. Our leaders, Andrea and Martin, were funny, informative , and so helpful. We are already planning to go back to Italy with VBT this summer."

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Europe Explorer
4.5/5 Excellent
100+ reviews
Small Group Tour
Why we love them
They're highly committed to sustainable tourism and contribute to crucial initiatives like climate action, focusing on local cultures and more.
Lodging level
Basic - 2 star
Physical level
Easy
Trip pace
Balanced schedule

Visits

Amsterdam, Antwerp, Avignon, Bar, Barcelona, Berlin, Berlin Wall, Bratislava, Bruges, Brussels, Budapest, Cinque Terre, Dresden, Florence, Krakow, La Spezia, Luxembourg, Lyon, Pantheon, Paris, Prague, Rome, Tuscany, Vatican City, Venice, Vienna

Highlights

  • Gaudi's modern cathedral, La Sagrada Familia, is like no other building you've ever seen. Still under construction after over 130 years, this Gothic masterpiece embodies Barcelona's artistic and progressive heart.
  • Now one of the world's most artistic and exciting cities, Berlin has a complex history. See remaining fragments of the famous wall that once divided the city in half.
  • Immerse yourself in the bohemian vibes of the Czech Republic, soak up the smooth sounds of jazz at a low-lit bar in Prague and sample locally made pilsners.
  • Enjoy a scenic walk along the banks of the River Danube in Budapest. Threaded with bridges and hemmed in by castles and historic city buildings, Europe’s second longest river is also one of its most beautiful.
  • Feast on mouth-watering seafood along Italy's coast, drink fine wine in Tuscany and indulge in the endless pasta dishes on offer in Rome.

Themes

Cultural, High Adventure, Local Immersion & Homestays

What travelers are saying

"Fantastic! I got to see a lot of Kenya. Not just the animals but also the people and their cultures. We had a group of 10 (plus the Intrepid crew) which was just right. Everyone got along and helped each other with chores, We all had a love of adventure and positive attitude, Our guide was friendly and knowledgeable and our meals were really nice. I loved everything about it and I highly recommend this trip."

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5 Different Rivers: The Rhine, Neckar, Main, Moselle, and Saar
4.5/5 Excellent
100+ reviews
River Cruise
Lodging level
Premium - 4 star
Physical level
Easy
Trip pace
Flexible schedule

Visits

Heidelberg, Strasbourg, Trier

Highlights

  • CRUISE HIGHLIGHTS The cultural diversity of five authentic rivers EXCURSIONS INCLUDED: Frankfurt, a dynamic and international city Luxemburg The Cochem Castle overlooking the Moselle Trier and its Roman ruins

Themes

50 plus, Eco, Sustainable & Green Travel, Family Friendly, Small Ship Cruise

What travelers are saying

"Summary over a cruise on the Haute Seine and Yonne on a barge. As seasoned cruisers, knowing well all aspects of cruising on seas and rivers, we had no experience about traveling on a barge in a canal. It was also time to overcome this lack. A number of companies offer this kind of cruising on barge with 8 to 16 passengers, however very often at exorbitant prices. Luckily, we discovered that the company CroisiEurope offers one week cruise on various canals in Europe, at very decent price, especially considering that all is inclusive (full board, all alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks and all excursions) on modern barges with a maximum of 22 passengers. We opted for the barge Ms Deborah, which cruises on the canal de la Loire, with the Briare to Nevers’ route. We were looking forward to this itinerary because the proposed excursions particularly suited us. Unfortunately, only a few days before departure, we were informed that due of a lack of water in the Loire canal the Ms Deborah was switched over to the Haute Seine and Yonne for a new itinerary from Paris to Sens. Despites the fact that this new itinerary didn’t really meet our desires, especially the excursions, we decided to accept the change. Our group of 6 persons from Switzerland was very warmly greeted by all members of the crew when arriving on the quai de Grenelle in Paris where we see the MS DEBORAH for the first time, our floating home for the week. With its two dominating colours blue and white, it is difficult not to fall in love with this beautiful small ship. We were invited immediately for the welcome cocktail during which we met officially the crew and the other six individual passengers originating from New Zealand, England and the USA. With less time than it needs to tell, the relation between us was created, so that everyone felt part of a bunch of friends knowing each other for long time. There is no need to present here the MS Deborah itself, as this is already thoroughly done on the Cruise Critic page. The crew of 6 persons is composed of a captain, a sailor, a cruise director, a chef, a waitress and a cabin hostess who put all their efforts to satisfy the passengers and offer them the best possible service. The captain as well as the sailor are always trying to make passengers at ease, answer questions or even bring a drink. The lady cruise director is omnipresent, taking care of the passengers better than a mother hen would do. The talented young French chef aims to produce dishes which please everybody. His outstanding sauces and excellent desserts should be particularly praised. However, referring to comments we made during a cruise on the Seine Princess two years ago, we cannot understand that why today it is not possible to offer the choice of a light buffet at lunch instead a three or even four course menu! The always smiling and friendly Hungarian waitress was very caring and attentive, without forgetting the cabin hostess doing a great job in the cabins, the public spaces and even the kitchen. It wouldn’t be fair to name a single person as all members of the crew, without any exception, do all they can to make the cruise unforgettable. Our one-week cruise on the barge Ms Deborah enables us today to make the following comments: ~ a cruise on a barge cannot be compared to any other kind of cruise ~ despite all the comfort offered on modern barge, one must be very aware that life on board happens at a restraint space, requiring therefore much flexibility and understanding in all aspects from all passengers ~ in our case, being only 12 passengers, we had the opportunity to take our meals on the terrace. We also never had the feeling that the boat was overcrowded. This can be different when the ship is full, especially by bad weather ~ the state of mind between the passengers who are mostly of foreign nationalities, who don’t know each other and don’t speak French, must function well right from the beginning ~ if the interrelation works, it is difficult to find a more relaxing and enjoyable way of travelling ~ the success on a barge is mainly due on the quality of its crew. Ms Deborah’s crew members have quickly created a family spirit on board, showing also that they genuinely like what they do ~ excursions can play a major role in choosing an itinerary. Not speaking French or English can be a handicap Do we recommend to do a cruise on a barge? Yes, definitively! It’s affordable, the atmosphere on board is unique, the routes can be very interesting. In our case, this second try with CroisiEurope gives them a better note."

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Best of Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg (Amsterdam)
By Trafalgar
preferred
4.8/5 Excellent
100+ reviews
Group Tour
Why we love them
Their travelers enjoy 24/7 travel expertise and dedicated service throughout the trips - everything is taken care of.
Lodging level
Premium - 4 star
Physical level
Easy
Trip pace
Balanced schedule

Highlights

  • Amsterdam: Visit the Rijksmuseum, the national art gallery of the Netherlands, where you'll enjoy its exceptional collection of works by the Dutch masters.
  • Delft: Visit the Delft Pottery factory to see how this delicate porcelain is created.
  • Bruges: See first-hand the famous tradition of Belgian lace at a workshop in Bruges.
  • Rotterdam: Witness the impressive market hall and Erasmus Bridge on your orientation of this modern city.
  • Dinant: Taste acclaimed Orval Trappist beer, renowned for its fruity flavours. Brewed in the monastic tradition, it has been produced respecting the natural environment, using low power energy and with minimal waste.
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Themes

50 plus, Cultural, Education / Learning, Small Ship Cruise

What travelers are saying

"Jam packed with once in a lifetime adventure and memories. Priceless experience and the travel director and driver were welcoming and professional."

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Country Roads of Belgium, Luxembourg & the Netherlands (Summer, Classic)
4.2/5 Great
100+ reviews
Group Tour
Why we love them
They really care about everyone's individual needs on each tour and they have an incredible attention to detail.
Lodging level
Premium - 4 star
Trip pace
Balanced schedule

Highlights

  • Old Town in Luxembourg City an UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • St Bavo's Cathedral, Ghent.
  • Brussels: Visit the Grand Place and view the Mannekin Pis.
  • Brussels: Learn about Napoloean's final defeat on a visit to the Panorama of the Battle of Waterloo. This neoclassical building houses a monumental panoramic painting depicting the battle.
  • Brussels: See the Atomium, and the Chinese and Japanese Pavilions.
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Themes

50 plus, Cultural, Local Immersion & Homestays

What travelers are saying

"You experience a lot"

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France, Luxembourg & Germany Bike & Boat: Mosel River Valley, Aboard the Princess Royal
4.9/5 Excellent
100+ reviews
Group Tour
Why we love them
Their unique emphasis on immersive cultural experiences combined with active exploration with personalized cycling experiences.
Lodging level
Premium - 4 star
Physical level
Strenuous
Trip pace
Full schedule

Visits

Berlin

Highlights

  • Experience three countries—France, Luxembourg, and Germany—up close, by bike.
  • View quaint villages, lush vineyards and forests, and fairytale castles as you roll along a scenic river.
  • Explore the ancient Roman and medieval treasures of Trier.
  • Enjoy a private wine tasting.
  • Relax on your barge and sip Germany’s finest Rieslings and beers.

Themes

Culinary & Wine, Cultural, Cycling & Biking, Nature & Wildlife

What travelers are saying

"This was the first organized tour my husband and I have ever joined, so we were not sure what to expect , but it turned out to be the best vacation we've ever had. The scenery and food were amazing. We stayed in beautiful hotels. Most of the riding was on paved bike paths so we hardly ever had to deal with car traffic. Our leaders, Andrea and Martin, were funny, informative , and so helpful. We are already planning to go back to Italy with VBT this summer."

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Barcelona to Venice
4.5/5 Excellent
100+ reviews
Small Group Tour
Why we love them
They're highly committed to sustainable tourism and contribute to crucial initiatives like climate action, focusing on local cultures and more.
Lodging level
Basic - 2 star
Physical level
Easy
Trip pace
Balanced schedule

Visits

Amsterdam, Avignon, Bar, Barcelona, Berlin, Berlin Wall, Bratislava, Bruges, Brussels, Budapest, Dresden, Girona, Krakow, Luxembourg, Lyon, Paris, Prague, Venice, Vienna

Highlights

  • Take in some of Germany’s best views from the heights of Bastei – a towering sandstone formation home to a medieval castle.
  • Immerse yourself in the bohemian vibes of the Czech Republic, soak up the smooth sounds of jazz at a low-lit bar in Prague and sample locally made pilsners.
  • With plenty of free time in classic Vienna and vibrant Budapest, whether you end up eating Sacher torte in a neighbourhood cafe or downing a couple of local brews in a ruin bar is totally up to you!
  • From the arts district and museums to the unmatched cafe culture and leafy parks, Amsterdam has it all. Maybe grab a bike and see the city the way the locals do.
  • Find the best Belgium fries in Brussels and wander the incredible façade of the Grand Palace as you get lost in the quaint city streets.

Themes

Cultural, High Adventure, Local Immersion & Homestays

What travelers are saying

"Fantastic! I got to see a lot of Kenya. Not just the animals but also the people and their cultures. We had a group of 10 (plus the Intrepid crew) which was just right. Everyone got along and helped each other with chores, We all had a love of adventure and positive attitude, Our guide was friendly and knowledgeable and our meals were really nice. I loved everything about it and I highly recommend this trip."

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4 Rivers: The Moselle, Sarre, Romantic Rhine, and Neckar Valleys
4.5/5 Excellent
100+ reviews
River Cruise
Lodging level
Premium - 4 star
Physical level
Easy
Trip pace
Flexible schedule

Visits

Strasbourg

Highlights

  • CRUISE HIGHLIGHTS The magic of 4 different rivers: The enchanting Neckar, the romantic Rhine, the picturesque Moselle, and the natural landscapes of the Sarre Charming villages appear on the banks of each river EXCURSIONS INCLUDED: Luxembourg, the capital of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg The underground wine cellars(1) of Remich Trier and its Roman ruins Heidelberg, the most romantic city in Germany

Themes

50 plus, Eco, Sustainable & Green Travel, Family Friendly, Small Ship Cruise

What travelers are saying

"Summary over a cruise on the Haute Seine and Yonne on a barge. As seasoned cruisers, knowing well all aspects of cruising on seas and rivers, we had no experience about traveling on a barge in a canal. It was also time to overcome this lack. A number of companies offer this kind of cruising on barge with 8 to 16 passengers, however very often at exorbitant prices. Luckily, we discovered that the company CroisiEurope offers one week cruise on various canals in Europe, at very decent price, especially considering that all is inclusive (full board, all alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks and all excursions) on modern barges with a maximum of 22 passengers. We opted for the barge Ms Deborah, which cruises on the canal de la Loire, with the Briare to Nevers’ route. We were looking forward to this itinerary because the proposed excursions particularly suited us. Unfortunately, only a few days before departure, we were informed that due of a lack of water in the Loire canal the Ms Deborah was switched over to the Haute Seine and Yonne for a new itinerary from Paris to Sens. Despites the fact that this new itinerary didn’t really meet our desires, especially the excursions, we decided to accept the change. Our group of 6 persons from Switzerland was very warmly greeted by all members of the crew when arriving on the quai de Grenelle in Paris where we see the MS DEBORAH for the first time, our floating home for the week. With its two dominating colours blue and white, it is difficult not to fall in love with this beautiful small ship. We were invited immediately for the welcome cocktail during which we met officially the crew and the other six individual passengers originating from New Zealand, England and the USA. With less time than it needs to tell, the relation between us was created, so that everyone felt part of a bunch of friends knowing each other for long time. There is no need to present here the MS Deborah itself, as this is already thoroughly done on the Cruise Critic page. The crew of 6 persons is composed of a captain, a sailor, a cruise director, a chef, a waitress and a cabin hostess who put all their efforts to satisfy the passengers and offer them the best possible service. The captain as well as the sailor are always trying to make passengers at ease, answer questions or even bring a drink. The lady cruise director is omnipresent, taking care of the passengers better than a mother hen would do. The talented young French chef aims to produce dishes which please everybody. His outstanding sauces and excellent desserts should be particularly praised. However, referring to comments we made during a cruise on the Seine Princess two years ago, we cannot understand that why today it is not possible to offer the choice of a light buffet at lunch instead a three or even four course menu! The always smiling and friendly Hungarian waitress was very caring and attentive, without forgetting the cabin hostess doing a great job in the cabins, the public spaces and even the kitchen. It wouldn’t be fair to name a single person as all members of the crew, without any exception, do all they can to make the cruise unforgettable. Our one-week cruise on the barge Ms Deborah enables us today to make the following comments: ~ a cruise on a barge cannot be compared to any other kind of cruise ~ despite all the comfort offered on modern barge, one must be very aware that life on board happens at a restraint space, requiring therefore much flexibility and understanding in all aspects from all passengers ~ in our case, being only 12 passengers, we had the opportunity to take our meals on the terrace. We also never had the feeling that the boat was overcrowded. This can be different when the ship is full, especially by bad weather ~ the state of mind between the passengers who are mostly of foreign nationalities, who don’t know each other and don’t speak French, must function well right from the beginning ~ if the interrelation works, it is difficult to find a more relaxing and enjoyable way of travelling ~ the success on a barge is mainly due on the quality of its crew. Ms Deborah’s crew members have quickly created a family spirit on board, showing also that they genuinely like what they do ~ excursions can play a major role in choosing an itinerary. Not speaking French or English can be a handicap Do we recommend to do a cruise on a barge? Yes, definitively! It’s affordable, the atmosphere on board is unique, the routes can be very interesting. In our case, this second try with CroisiEurope gives them a better note."

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Luxembourg Tour Selection Trips

  • Seek a Luxembourg tour that falls between May and August for the sunniest, driest weather. Bring warm clothes because even summer evenings can get cold.

    Don’t get confused when you hear three different languages being spoken - French, German and Luxembourgish. After all, it’s not every day you visit a true trilingual country.

    While you can do a fair amount of trekking on the country’s many forested trails, there are no real mountains here - in fact, the highest point doesn’t even reach 2,000 feet.

    This is a decidedly rural country apart from Luxembourg City.

    Although it’s one of the safest countries in the world, Luxembourg tour travelers should always be aware of purse snatching and pickpocketing.

    Have time for just one really cool thing in Luxembourg City? Make it the Bock Casements, a series of tunnels built in medieval times to harbor soldiers.

    Love wine? Make your way to the Moselle River region near Remich for incredible wine-tasting opportunities. Make sure to try the famous Luxembourgish pinot.

    Most tourist attractions close at 6 PM, even in the long daylight hours of summer. Plan your Luxembourg tour stops accordingly to avoid disappointment.

    Pop in to a supermarket for an incredible selection of local and immigrant-inspired specialities, including Portuguese, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Indian and Chinese.

    As a founding member of the Eurozone, Luxembourg uses the Euro as currency.

    The ATM network is developed and available just about everywhere, including the smallest villages. Debit cards are almost universally accepted, but credit cards may not be accepted at some of the smaller businesses.

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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

Europe put a travel ban on the United States as of July 1. This means that Luxembourg has opened its borders to international travelers but US travelers are not currently included.

There is no mandatory quarantine.

Read more about Countries Reopening for Tourism

Read more about the Europe Travel Ban - What you need to know


Travel to Luxembourg: quick facts

  1. May to August are the warmest time to visit Luxembourg. Other months, bring layers and raincoats and umbrellas. Summer evenings can be quite cool.
  2. Luxembourg is a true melting pot, with almost half of its 600,000 inhabitants being immigrants - mainly from Germany, France, Belgium, Portugal and Italy.
  3. This is the smallest country bordered by three countries: France, Germany and Belgium.
  4. Luxembourg is the only grand duchy in the world, headed by a grand duke instead of a king.
  5. Luxembourg consistently ranks as one of the wealthiest and most developed countries in the world.
  6. There are three official languages here: French, German and Luxembourgish - most residents speak all three!
  7. The common greeting with a Luxembourger is three kisses (not just two as in many other European countries).
  8. The country ranks as incredibly safe, very clean and takes its recycling very seriously.

Common Luxembourg Tour Lengths

Whether you have a full day or a full week, a Luxembourg tour can easily hit the highlights. Those passing through for a day may choose to center their stay on Luxembourg City, the engaging capital with its MuseumSmile, fantastic art offerings and renowned architecture.

Travelers with anywhere from four to seven days will have ample time to explore the country in depth, from the charming villages and old farm houses of Guttland to the nature parks of the Ardennes, from hilly Mullerthal to the romantic wine towns of the Moselle River valley.

What’s the Weather Like in Luxembourg?

Temperatures do vary quite a bit throughout the year in Luxembourg, but if you’re looking for the hottest months, time your Luxembourg tour for July, August or June (in order of warmth). Generally, it can feel cool for about half the year with a good chance or rain or snow the rest of the year. Your best bet? Dress in layers, and be flexible!

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