Luxembourg is a small European country, surrounded by Belgium, France and Germany. Despite its small size, Luxembourg is home to a huge array of stunning scenery, quaint towns and peaceful villages. Taking a trip out of the capital means seeing a different side of Luxembourgish life, one filled with pastoral idylls, raw natural beauty and crumbling castles.
Why capture the beauty of nature and the outdoors?
My photographs bring the viewers into the scenery and perfectly capture the setting, mood, and feeling in the location of Luxembourg.
For me, it means discovering places right in front of your eyes that you just never noticed were beautiful before. Other times this means exploring new places and getting out on a hike or nature walk. You can see the world in brand new ways.
The focal point for most visitors is the beautiful Luxembourg City (or VdL), especially popular among tourists who like to take plenty of photographs while on vacation. You’ll find plenty of great places to pull out the camera (or your smartphone) and start clicking away. It’s especially photogenic around the city’s older quarter, which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In Luxembourg, you can find the areas of outstanding natural beauty with spectacular valleys, rivers and castles. You can find a fascinating network of caves and rock formations. Many tourists are surprised to discover just how much natural beauty is to be found in such a small country.
You can find extremely many photogenic areas that feature narrow valleys with densely wooded slopes intersecting their plateaus.
Luxembourg, a land of castles
By some estimates, there are as many as 130 castles in Luxembourg but more realistically there are probably just over a hundred.
Visiting the castles scattered throughout Luxembourg is the ideal opportunity to plunge into the country’s history, but also to discover exhibitions, enjoy medieval and music festivals, and even hike through natural areas.