24h in Luxembourg-City
Start your day by visiting the historical centre, including the Grand-Duchy Palace, the Museum of History from the city or the MNHA in the charming pedestrian streets.
The best coffee in town, roasted in-house, is served at Knopes.
Most of the restaurants in place d’Armes, the city spot for many Luxembourguish people, serve breakfasts. Special mention for the bakeries/restaurants Kaempff-Kohler, Oberweis, Namur and House of Chocolate, which are also tearooms. Young bakery chef Cathy Goedert helds a fantastic brunch on Sunday.
During your shopping round, walk along many high-end fashion boutiques such as Smets, Courrèges, Chanel (etc.), prestigious watchmakers and confidential accessories Officine 904.
Follow the city’s main lines Grand-rue and rue Philippe II. Trendy young professionals might head to multi-brand store Honey/Mustard, on rue du Marché-aux-Herbes – very lively at night.
For interior design, stop by Inside Home & Tailor or Bonn frères, and cross Adolphe bridge to visit Lucien Schweitzer in the central station area, located right next to fashion and streetwear concept-store Extrabold but also the gourmet gelato place Bargello.
Every Wednesday and Saturday morning, there is a food market on square Guillaume II, opposite the Grand-Ducal Palace. You will find delicious produce by local producers and a great choice of flowers.
Numerous restaurants are located nearby. On the main square, Brasserie Guillaume is a reference in seafood for the Luxembourgish people. For traditional Luxembourgish food, restaurant Um Dierfgen is a few steps away.
Many cafés are opened all day long and offer afterworks: Downtown, Café des Capucins or among others Am Garage, the new concept store with a cuisine that seduces everybody. It is located after the park, running along Marie-Thérèse Avenue.
End your day by visiting the Museum of Modern Art (MUDAM) or Casino Forum d’Art, an Art gallery exhibition or an evening concert booked at the Philharmonie venue, a real architectural prowess.