The Grand Ducal Palace in Luxembourg Has Got an impressive facade. Yes, I was impressed. I wasn’t even planning or looking for this place but when I passed it on my way to the museum, I had to sit down on an empty cafe across the street and admire it from my outdoor table. I can also assure you that I was also looking at the marching guards. 😀 Promise, I was just looking. 😉
The Grand Ducal Palace is the official residence of the Grand Duke of Luxembourg. In summer (from mid July to August), the palace is open for guided tours. Unfortunately for me, I was there in June, so the it’s the Duke’s loss for not able to meet me. 😀 😀 😀
Enjoy the photos below.
The Grand Ducal Palace in Luxembourg Has Got an Impressive Facade
Related: A Day in Luxembourg
Where to Stay in Luxembourg
Luxembourg can be done in a day – as long as you know what to do and see. I stayed here for night at Hotel Empire, a boutique hotel right in front of the Central Train Station. It’s clean and the staff are helpful though one the young girl can speak English. This hotel would be convent for you if you have a train ride early the next day. Around the hotel, you’ll find shops and restaurants, too. You can book via HostelWorld and Booking.co
If you want to know what I did in one day, check out my blog post here.