Sports and Fitness

Rambling in Luxembourg – Koetschette

Another week, another ramble. This one beautiful ... but creepy!

Rambling in Luxembourg – Bonnevoie

For this ramble, we've decided to stick to the city limits and discover Bonnevoie.

Race The Duchy: Winter & Spring 2017

City Savvy's running enthusiast, Victoria Hodgson, is back with her top tips for which races to enter this winter and spring.


Whether you want to go near or far, there are a multitude of destinations crying out to be skied, boarded or sledded upon in Luxembourg's neighbouring countries.

Rambling in Luxembourg – Hoffelt

Ease yourself into the new year with this pleasant and easy ramble through the gently undulating countryside of Northern Luxembourg.

Get Fit in Luxembourg!

Want to get fit and have fun whilst doing it? City Savvy's Bex Stapleford has found some alternative fitness options that are sure to spark your interest, including the intriguingly named 'Flirty Fitness'! There's no reason not to kick-start your new year's resolution.

Swim the city: Top 10 Indoor pools

New year's resolution to be healthy dwindling in the rain? Stay strong! We've compiled a list of our top 10 favourite indoor pools in Luxembourg, so that you can get fit in the wet... inside!

Rambling in Luxembourg – Consdorf

And now, ladies and gentlemen, for the final ramble of 2016, Laurent presents: the quintessential Mullerthal walk - meeting all expectations and ending at the iconic “Schiessentümpel” cascade, probably the most photographed subject of the region.

Rambling Routes of Luxembourg – Belvaux

Another day, another ramble...

Rambling Routes of Luxembourg – Vianden

Laurent took an early autumn tour in the spectacular settings of the much-loved medieval Vianden, nestled in a steep valley on the banks of the Our river.

Rambling Routes of Luxembourg – Insenborn

Laurent's next ramble takes you on a scenic, lakeside trek along the southern shore of the Upper Sûre Lake, near Insenborn.

Rambling Routes of Luxembourg – Lorentzweiler

Get that heartbeat racing as you ramble up, up, up through Lorentzweiler - cross farmland, enter forests and discover a tiny chapel used for secret worship during the French Revolution.

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