COVID-19 information

COVID-19 virus does not only affect the travel industry worldwide. Your health and your safety are the most important for us and we encourage you to follow the guidelines of your country of origin before making travel-related decisions.

COVID-19 rules and their application concerning guided tours:

In Luxembourg, a social distance of at least two meters. If the persons do not wear a face mask, a distance of at least two meters is mandatory. The mandatory wearing of mouth and nose protection does not apply to minors under the age of 6 who are outdoors.

These rules mean for guided tours that 1 guide is needed for a group of 9 persons. If the group is larger than 9 people, a second guide must be requested. If the group stays seated in the bus all the time, the group can be larger than 9 people. However, if the group makes a guided city tour, a guided hike or a guided tour through a museum, the rule of 1 guide per 9 people applies. Please note that fines of around € 149 per person or more can apply if these measures are not adhered to.

Please get information here about the current status before entering the country.

Discover the Guttland Region

Just outside the city of Luxembourg, the visitors will find an enchanting setting of charming villages with old farm houses, imposing castles and beautiful natural landscapes.

The region offers a calm and peaceful environment, despite it being located at the geographic centre of the country. Hundreds of kilometres of hiking and cycling trails meander through the untouched landscapes.The historic heritage is ubiquitous, whether in the Valley of the Seven Castles, on the many Gallo-Roman sites or in the rural museums. At the same time, antiquity and modernity go hand in hand in the Guttland region, which is shown by the plethora of regional innovative and sustainable projects.

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    ORT Guttland Regional Tourism Office Central / Western Luxembourg