Luxembourg Day Trip From Brussels: Two Countries In One Day


Luxemburg is a modern and vibrant city with a rich history and impressive architecture. In the old part of city, our guide will take you to the cathedral, the Palace of the Grand Duke and the Place des Armes. In the lower part of the city you will enjoy a spectacular view of the Kirchberg district, home to several European institutions. In the valley, we will show you a trail of casemates, the abbey of Neunmnster, the city walls and the picturesque sites along the river Alzette. After some free time in the city, we visit the quaint town of Dinant, with its fifteenth century collegial, its citadel and its saxophone museum (optional). Our drive to Brussels, takes us through the valley of the Meuse


  • Comprehensive tour by bus/coach
  • Great overview and orientation of the city
  • Enjoy fantastic aerial views

Details about this tour

This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: Dinant Aventure, Dinant, The Ardennes, Wallonia
12,000 inhabitants located along the Meuse with its citadel of 408 steps and 100 million over the Meuse.
Dinant gave its name to the brassware: copper objects.
Specialty: biscuits or biscuits with honey.
Here is the birthplace of Adolphe Sax (1814) inventor of the saxophone. It has the Collegiate Church of Our Lady (15th century).

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Stop At: Maison de Monsieur Sax, Dinant, The Ardennes, Wallonia
Historical museum of Adolphe Sax and his famous invention.
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Notre Dame Cathedral (Cathedrale Notre Dame), Luxembourg City
Former Jesuit church of the 17th century Baroque and Renaissance style with Gothic elements.
To the left of the nave, a forum dedicated to the Grand Ducal family.
The College of Jesuits adjacent to the cathedral became National Library.
Duration: 30 minutes
Pass By: Palace of the Grand Dukes (Palais Grand-Ducal), Luxembourg City
Old part of Renaissance (1572), middle part (1741) of Baroque and Renaissance styles and right the Chamber of Deputies (1858).
Pass By: Auchan Kirchberg, Luxembourg City
The Grand Duchess Charlotte Bridge in red painted steel (1966) crosses the Alzette.
Left the Municipal Theater (1964) and right Monument Schuman (Father of Europe).

Pass By: Court of Justice of the European Union, Luxembourg City
The European Center Kirchberg 1966 with its 23 floors is the seat of the European Parliament.
The Schuman Center headquarters of the Council of Ministers.
Stop At: Neumunster, Luxembourg City
Neumnster Abbey is a public meeting place and cultural centre, located in the Grund district of Luxembourg City in southern Luxembourg. After the original Benedictine abbey on the Altmnster Plateau had been destroyed in 1542, the monks built a new abbey or "Neumnster" in 1606 in the Grund.

Duration: 20 minutes


  • Professional guide
  • Air-conditioned vehicle


  • Gratuities
  • Food and drinks, unless specified
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

The drive from Brussels to Luxembourg takes approximately 3 hours

This tour/activity will have a maximum of 200 travelers

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Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


  • Timothy T

    Dinant was lovely. Luxembourg was too short and honestly not that much to see. Would have liked a guided tour in the grund area.

  • cynthiabrown1

    Three languages meant a bit of delay at each stop, but the guide (Johann?) did an excellent job with that.

  • Magdalena P

    The tour was good, but doesn't provide enough time to see sites or have lunch in Luxembourg.
    Total time spent on the bus is 5H , but very little time to actually enjoy the city.

  • Savita D

    We enjoyed the trip very much. Beautiful place and the tour guy was really knowledgeable and did an awesome job. Free time was great. Wish the tour walk was at s bit slower pace. He just wanted us to see a lot. 👍👍


    Despite booking an English speaking tour, our guide, Bruno,was prone to starting sentences in English and finishing them in French ..making commentary on the bus confusing at least and unintelligible at worst. Despite telling us he walks slowly so everyone could hear, most of our walking tour was more Marcel Marceau, with pointing fingers in many directions for the first few people, and no hope of the other 30 passengers being able to hear as we were forced to walk indian file on narrow footpaths, through construction areas and dodging traffic and bikes.
    The scenery was magnificent, from rolling green pastures to ancient fortresses and sparkling river scenes. Dinart's saxaphones were fabulous and the tunnel to the valley in Luxembourg was a marvellous respite from the 39 degree heat.
    Overall, 6 hours of travelling and cost did not meet our expectstions at all.

  • Michael G

    I decided to join this day trip to Luxembourg and Dinant from Brussels because it seemed to be easier than trying to organize things on my own and it would help me add another country to my travel list, I am so glad I did!! Luxembourg was a bit of drive from Brussels, but the bus was comfortable and there were some stories / a stop to Dinant on the way. Once in Luxembourg we had about an hour or so for lunch and then we were given a comprehensive and beautiful walking tour through the city. Definitely felt like I had enough time to explore a bit on my own, and the country (or city of Luxembourg) was absolutely beautiful. I definitely recommend this day trip :)

  • Beldev S

    Trip was okay
    The guide was a bit rude to people
    On the coach we could not hear a word he was speaking at the back of the coach.
    He was sort on back round knowledge to many questions that were asked of him.

  • rahaiffaalberghini.ra

    A fantastic tour and value for money. So much to see. The coach was comfortable and our guide Johan was great.

  • KJ

    This was a great day trip which covered two nice places, Luxembourg City and Dinant. The trip was compact but still allowed sufficient time to see the major sites of the two places. The lady guide was great, professional and funny, and very knowledgeable and it was fortunate to have her as our guide. Unfortunately, our driver completely misunderstood the arrangement of departure time from Luxembourg City and made the entire group to wait in 30 degree temperature for 40 minutes for him to show up with the bus to take us to Dinant.

  • Avinash S

    A few days in Brussels and one starts to long for a place which has no crowds and the hustle and bustle of city life. Luxembourg was that place for me, where i was transported to a city with fewer inhabitants (many tourists though that one can't escape), a more leisurely lifestyle without hopping on and off trams and metros and with quintessential street side cafes which signify the European way of life.

    The Luxembourg Day Trip from Brussels, operated by Brussels City Tours was comfortable, value for money and informative. Our tour guide Andrea did a great job of marshaling the troops, explaining the significance of the places and the long history behind them.

    The stopover at Dinant while on the way back to Brussels was the highlight of the tour, with an hour to explore the city and enjoy a coffee in one of the numerous river side cafes that dot the place.

    Overall, a good experience although it felt a bit rushed. That is more because the distance from Brussels to Luxembourg takes a good 3 hours to cover.

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