Be surprised and admire the beautiful castles, natural phenomena, towns and villages of Luxembourg. All cities and places of interest are easily and cheaply accessible from Goebelsmuhle station (700m).
The castle of Bourscheid
The government has bought this castle ruin, abandoned in the 19th century, and made it accessible to the public. The Stolzemburger house is a valuable Gothic mansion from 1348. A museum has been set up here, which tells the history of the castle and of the lords of Bourscheid. Just 5 kilometers from our campsite. Well worth a visit!
The reservoir, just 20 km from our campsite, is a very popular leisure destination. The reservoir is very important for the campsite, without it we could not guarantee that your tent will not float away. You can swim, fish, sail and dive here. There are also several hiking trails and mountain bike trails along the lake.
The Schiessentümpel, the most famous cascade in Luxembourg, is located in the nature area of Little Switzerland in the village of Müllerthal. The Black Ernz, a river, has carved three gullies into a sandstone sill creating a small waterfall.
The old city of Luxembourg, founded in 963, was built in the 16th century from the legendary Bockfelsen into one of the strongest fortresses in Europe, also known as the Gibraltar of the North. Easily accessible by train. Visit the Casemates, the impressive cathedral or city walls and spires. Truly a city for a Burgundian outing!
The Luxembourg Card is the ideal formula for culture lovers. For 1, 2 or 3 days, enjoy free entry to more than 60 museums and tourist attractions in Luxembourg. This goes beyond the benefits of the City Passes of major European cities. Instead of being limited only to Luxembourg City, the tourist attractions are spread all over the country. An economical way to discover the wonders of Luxembourg. You can purchase the LuxembourgCard online.