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Media Luci 4 is out

The new edition of LFT’s magazine features little-known and even previously unseen facets of Luxembourg and its regions.

The fourth edition of Luci, the magazine with inspiring travel stories from the heart of Luxembourg, is out now.

The new issue of the magazine published by Luxembourg for Tourism GIE includes stories of encounters with international and local personalities, who share their professions and passions.

It is also an opportunity to discover or revisit regional sites and local Luxembourg products.

In the culture section, the magazine devotes a long story to Esch-sur-Alzette, European Capital of Culture 2022. It also honours the film director Andy Bausch, a “sharp observer and gentle rebel” of contemporary society.

In search of places of remembrance, a Luci writer sets out to discover Luxembourg’s military past and commemorate the memory of those soldiers who gave their lives during the Second World War.

A globetrotter from the team travels around the Minett, its wilderness and rare plants designated as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve − a magical discovery and experience.

Uncompromising when it comes to hospitality, the Ecole d’Hôtellerie et de Tourisme (EHTL) advocates excellence. A pioneer in the era of “Made in Luxembourg” tourism, it instils in its 300 students, simple values and strong principles that have forged the careers of the many renowned chefs who have emerged from its kitchens.

On the nature and outdoors front, Luci follows a couple’s journey in a classic car across the country as they search for unusual and overlooked places, interspersed with gastronomic and gourmet stops.

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For cyclists, Luxembourg remains a destination of choice for gravel bike enthusiasts, with dirt roads, unmarked cycle paths and accommodation with the bed+bike label.

In hiking news three premium trails of the Moselle region’s “dream loops” reveal the unbelievable beauty of the surrounding landscapes and wine-growing villages, inviting you to take a break and relax.

A stay in the countryside is certainly the ideal tourist alternative for “slow tourism” enthusiasts seeking harmony with nature. Farms and agricultural estates offer stays with farming and gardening activities. The perfect opportunity to discover Luxembourg in the open air and on the land.

In the flavour department, Steinfort does not compromise when it comes to local produce and the seasons. Two restaurants with chefs in their thirties focus on local, natural and simple food, for a cuisine that is both refined and enjoyable.

As for wine cellars, Lisa Vesque and her father, Jean-Marie, are continuing in the family’s centuries-old winegrowing tradition in Stadtbredimus.

In the Fëschmaart district, hardy shopkeepers, craftsmen, gallery owners and foodies bring this “village in the heart of the capital” to life.

The magazine is available in French, German, English and Luxembourgish for free on request: https://www.visitluxembourg.com/plan-your-stay/publications/luci-4