Sit back and enjoy the panoramic view from the open-top bus, and hop on and off at your convenience. Learn more about the city with the audio guide available on-board. The main stops are the following:
- Avenue Monterey
After the razing of the Luxembourg Fortress the city opened up to the west from this avenue. You can see the construction of new residential areas here.
- Place de la Constitution
On the Constitution Square you will see the national monument “Gëlle Fra". Explore the Wilhelmsplatz and the town hall, the pedestrian zone, the Paradeplatz, the old town with the museums, the churches, the Vauban fortifications and the Grand Ducal Palace.
The statue of Princess Amalia is in the city park, near Boulevard Royal. Amalia was the wife of Prince Heinrich the Dutch, governor of the Grand Duchy from 1849 to 1879.
- Pescatore Quai Foundation 1
Enjoy the grandiose view from the panoramic elevator or the viewing platform of the suburb of Pfaffenthal and the Kirchberg plateau.
Catch a glimpse of the Mudam, the Museum of Modern Art Grand Duke Jean and the fortress museum "Dräi Eechelen" where you can discover the historical heritage of Luxembourg! The contrasting program includes the avant-garde architecture of the nearby Philharmonic.
- Luxexpo Parvis Sud
Here you will find yourself in one of the new quarters of Luxembourg City, where you can find banks, large law firms and company offices. The bus stop is in front of the international exhibition center, called LUXEXPO - THE BOX.
- BEI (European Investment Bank)
Discover the European Investment Bank and the European Court of Justice with its three tall office towers. One of them is the tallest building in the country with a height of 115 meters.
- Stäereplaz / Etoile Quai 4
The Villa Vauban, Luxembourg City's art museum, is not far from the “Stäereplaz” and close to a beautiful city garden.