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Private Full Day Tour to Luxembourg and Dinant from Brussels with Hotel Pick Up
  • Tour Category

    Private Tour

  • Duration

    10 Hours

  • Activity Level


  • Language

    English, German, French, Spanish


Bordered by Germany, France and Belgium, the small, tiny country of Luxembourg has situated itself right in the heart of Europe. Although it is famous for its ancient-medieval castles, scenic landscape and valleys which produce some of the finest wines in the world, it is not such a popular tourist destination. We will tell you why you should not repeat their mistake and choose Luxembourg as your next holiday place!

You will visit Dinant on our way back to Brussels with our driver. Located in the French-speaking region of Belgium in the south (Wallonia), Dinant is a municipality in Namur that’s located on the River Meuse. It has an area of around 90 km2 which is somehow huge; BUT the main town itself is quite small and can be walked in whole within just less than an hour!

Enjoy this private tour from Brussels.

  • Luxembourg. Landmark structure – impressive bridge across Pétrusse river, built in 1900 – 1903. At the time of construction its 84.65 m long central arch was the longest stone arch in the world.

  • If you were to judge Luxembourg City on the quality of its museums - never mind its status as one of Europe's most historically important cities - it would still rank extremely high on the list of the continent's must-see cities. Topping the list is the National Museum of History and Art (MNHA). Located in the historic Fish Market area (the old town center), the MNHA's collections - art objects, archeological finds, furniture, tools, coins, arms, and documents dealing with the history of the country - are housed in a stunning new building. There's a particular emphasis on the Gallo-Roman period with numerous fine displays illustrating the artistic, social, religious, and intellectual life of Luxembourgers from the 16th to the early 20th centuries. The contemporary art section is also a must-see, and is furnished with works by many of the most important artists of the 20th century. Also worthy of a visit is the Contemporary Art Gallery (Am Tunnel) with its first rate collection of visual arts.

  • A must-see landmark in Luxembourg City, the Grand-Ducal Palace is a gorgeous Renaissance building dating from 1572 that serves as the official residence of the country's reigning monarch, Grand Duke Henri. It was built as the city's original city hall in 1572 - a role it served until 1795 - switching eventually to its present use as the Grand-Ducal Place in 1890. While it's still the full-time home of the Duke, the public are permitted an opportunity for a peek inside during special organized tours made available from mid-July to the first week of September, when it becomes one of the city's most visited attractions. Nine tours are available daily, and are conducted in a variety of different languages, including English. Tickets are made available through the Luxembourg City Tourist Office from their office in Place Guillaume II. Highlights of the tour include a chance to see the plush, elegantly furnished interior, including the ceremonial rooms used on significant occasions, such as visits by foreign dignitaries.

  • Luxembourg's Place Guillaume, one of the city's largest open spaces, is the former site of a Franciscan convent that has since been converted into a pedestrian zone. In the center is the equestrian statue of William II, King of Holland and Grand Duke of Luxembourg. It's also where you'll find the lovely Town Hall and the famous Trémont's lions, as well as the city's popular weekly market, famous for its flowers and plants, as well as local produce. Nearby is the 16th-century House of Raville with its beautiful façade, well-restored balcony, and spiral staircase.

  • Said to be the landmark of Dinant, this Collegiate Church of Our Lady is a 13th-century Gothic cathedral which has an iconic 16th-century pear-shaped bell tower. It’s truly a lovely structure in itself that’s even perfectly backdropped by the cliff behind it where the town’s citadel sits.

  • Built in 1815, this fortress overlooks the city of Dinant and is part of the so-called ‘Meuse Citadels’ (with the two others located in Huy and Namur). To go up this cultural hotspot, you can either walk up the 405 steps or take the cable car that costs around 11 EUR. It’s well worth your time to visit this place since it does not only have an Arms Museum but it will also reward you with a great aerial view of Dinant!

What's Included

Private vehicle with chauffeur for 10 hours (more than 7 people 11 hours)
Private tour guide in Luxembourg for 2 hours
Private tour

What's Excluded

Entrance fees
Food and drinks

Know before you go
  • Infant seats available
Please Note

  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Not stroller accessible
  • Not suitable for pets
  • No public transportation nearby
  • Infants must not sit on laps
  • Pick up in hotel or place of choice


English, German, French, Spanish

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    Refund of 80% of the tour price.
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EUR 28.50
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USD 1250 / Person
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