TF1, ARTE, Sat.1… big media in little Luxembourg
Despite the extraordinary circumstances, the Luxembourg for Tourism (LFT) press team has been actively working with representatives of major media outlets to get to know the country up close, often from surprising perspectives.
What makes Luxembourg so special? What can you discover here, and which people and places make Luxembourg such a great place to visit? Foreign media – from hiking magazines to travel and culture programmes on the radio and television – can find this out first hand by going on the road with the LFT press team and stakeholders in the tourism industry. Did you assume we were on a Covid-enforced break? Quite the contrary: the press team has been hard at work ensuring that international media continue to talk about Luxembourg as a tourist destination.
A camera crew from German broadcaster Sat.1 spent nearly ten days in Luxembourg for their programme "Grenzenlos" ("Borderless"), where they met star chef René Mathieu, renowned architect François Valentiny, young viniculturist Marie Kox, and many more. Author and director Attila Teri visited the eclectic capital city and the beautifully green surrounding regions, got acquainted with the dynamic flair of Esch-Belval, and toured the Moselle vineyards (expected broadcast date: 8 December).