Natural splendor mingles with medieval romance in the Ardennes region of Luxembourg, where castles and ruins overlook the verdant valleys from strategic points in the highlands. The Valley of Eisch, better known to visitors as the "Valley of the Seven Castles," offers lovely views of farmland, forests and several impressive chateaux along its 25-mile length.
The Moselle region is a fertile area shaped by the river of the same name. The valley of the Moselle is known for its steep hills and vineyards, which produce Riesling, Auxerrois and Pinot Gris wines. Plantations further into the hinterland grow fruit trees for fresh juice, liqueur and schnapps.
Restaurants and open-air cafes in the capital city, also named Luxembourg, offer a taste of those Moselle wines, as well as savory Luxembourgish meals and cuisine influenced by neighboring France, Germany and Belgium. The city has a thriving cultural scene, with numerous theatres and concert halls, as well as a pulsating club scene with a range of discotheques from classy to brassy.
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