Foodies can taste their way through a diverse range of culinary delights in Luxembourg. Day trips that combine culinary delights with a fantastic natural backdrop guarantee double enjoyment.
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Luxembourg is an excellent place to feast: When it comes to food and wine, the small country easily keeps up with the big ones. On various hikes you can get to know local specialties in the midst of nature.
The Moselle valley is the perfect destination for wine fans. Here you can explore the impressive landscape of the vineyards on your own or in the company of a personal guide and taste the fine wines from the region directly. The Palmberg Ahn Wine and Nature Trail is a fantastically varied route:
The dream loop leads along limestone cliffs through steep vineyards and opens up wonderful views of the Moselle valley. The nature reserve Pellëmbierg enchants with lush green boxwood and wild orchid meadows, and the return through the valley of the Donverbach with its waterfalls and the gorge forest ensures a relaxed end. The winemaker Jeff Konsbrück invites you to stop off for a wine tasting.
A little further north, outdoor fans can look forward to a very special highlight: The Mullerthal Trail, which has been awarded the label "Leading Quality Trails - Best of Europe", extends over 112 kilometers. These are divided into different routes and four extra tours, which allow you to experience the varied landscape of the region. The Heringer Millen tourist center is the perfect base for hikes on the Mullerthal Trail: Here you can get maps and information and borrow the latest outdoor equipment for free. Those who want to enjoy regional delicacies in the midst of nature can rent a filled picnic basket for short excursions or a practical picnic backpack for longer hikes in the tourist center - filled with products from the "Mëllerdaller producers" region.
But there are also opportunities to strengthen yourself or to rest on the go. Connected to the mill and the tourist center is the Heringer Millen brasserie, where chef Lars Fiebig pampers his guests with local products. For hikers there are small dishes and a tap to fill up the water bottle. If you need a longer break, the Berdorfer Eck is the right place: Here you can find not only food and a shop with regional specialties and gifts, but also rooms for a restful night after an eventful day.