Between Remich and Grevenmacher, in addition to the somewhat larger villages of Ehnen and Wormeldange, there are several other tiny hamlets, each no more than a speck on the map. But here too you will fi nd some good dining options, as well as yet more opportunities to sup great wines. All the places mentioned below can be reached via bus 450, which runs hourly in each direction between Remich and Grevenmacher. Two kilometres north of Remich, Stadtbredimus traces its roots back to the Celts.
I have to own up here. I say in my book that it’s possible to drive across Luxembourg in an hour, but why on Earth would anyone want to? But on my first visit back in 1985, that’s precisely what I did. I ‘skimmed it’ while driving from Ostend to the Alsace. It wasn’t until I moved to the Netherlands in 1989 that I started exploring properly. The hills of the Luxembourg Ardennes provide the perfect antidote to the endlessly flat landscapes of Dutch Brabant, which is where I live.
On Whit Tuesday morning, 50 days after Easter, medieval fever hits Echternach as the annual Dancing Procession pays homage to its founding father, St Willibrord. The origins of this bizarre ritual are somewhat obscure. First recorded in the 15th century, some historians believe it may be older, possibly 11th century.
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