The history of Luxembourg spans more than a thousand years, and that history is on full display throughout the city. Whether you are visiting the city’s old quarter (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) or the ultra-modern Kirchberg district, you’ll find plenty of things to do. See the city’s incredible museums, enjoy lunch in the Place d’Armes or ride into the past on the world’s first virtual reality time machine. Luxembourg City has all of this and more to offer tourists, including those with disabilities. Plan your itinerary with this list of wheelchair accessible attractions in Luxembourg and enjoy exploring one of Europe’s most beautiful cities.
Grand Ducal Palace of Luxembourg
The Grand Ducal Palace is the official residence of the Grand Duke of Luxembourg. Construction of the building was completed in 1572, and it was used as the city hall for more than 200 years thereafter. When Grand Duke Adolphe assumed power in 1890, he made the palace his residence.
Exterior of the Grand Ducal Palace of Luxembourg.
Guided tours of the palace are available from mid-July through the end of August each year. The tour is wheelchair accessible and the cost is € 14 for adults. For more information or to [...]