As of June 28th, 2021, Luxembourg is open to travelers coming from the USA. Plan your trip to Luxembourg or learn more about the land of your ancestors from the comfort of your home – our team at LuxCitizenship has created the necessary resources for you!
Plan your trip to Luxembourg or learn more about the land of your ancestors from the comfort of your home – our team at LuxCitizenship has created the necessary resources for you!
Travel around Luxembourg with LuxCitizenship CEO and Founder, Daniel Atz, to learn more about where you should visit to make your trip to Luxembourg as memorable as possible!
Part 1 – Luxembourg City
Follow Daniel on our essential tour of the major sites in Luxembourg City he takes future dual citizens on the day they make their citizenship declaration. Sites include Pont Adolphe, the Gëlle Fra, Place Guillaume II, the Bierger Center, the monument to Grand Duchess Charlotte, the Chamber of Deputies, Grand Ducal Palace, the Casemates, the Grund, and the Pétrusse River Valley.
Part 2 – Esch-sur-Alzette
Learn more about Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg’s 2nd City and the European Capital of Culture in 2022. Our Founder Daniel will take you on a tour of his ancestor’s homeland and explain about les Terres Rouges, Luxembourg’s mining history.
Part 3 – The University of Luxembourg
The University of Luxembourg is one of the newest universities in the world, but it has already shot up in the global ranks in just a few years! At well less than $600 a semester before financial aid, it is an incredible opportunity for dual citizens, young and old, who want to further their education.