Landlocked Luxembourg is only 50 miles long and 30 miles wide, yet this Grand Duchy has so much to see in such a small space. Bordering Belgium, Germany and France, the landscape varies, and the dense Ardennes forest and high plateaus in the north, give way to the rolling green hills and apple orchards of the Moselle Valley in the south. Medieval castles, meandering rivers and mini clusters of villages dot the rural plains in between. Luxembourg City sits in a gorge on the banks of the River Alzette, and has winding cobblestone streets, beautiful ancient squares and the impressive Grand Ducal Palace.
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