Luxembourg City Tourist Office, Luxembourg

Luxembourg City Tourist Office, Luxembourg

Luxembourg City Tourist Office: Located at Place Guillaume II, Luxembourg City’s excellent tourist office not only offers multi-lingual advice from knowledgeable and friendly staff and a wide variety of helpful publications, it also has a gift shop. The small display case is filled with the souvenirs, from Peckvillchen whistles to the ‘Renert’ fox sculpture. Open everyday, 9:00am to 6:00pm and Sunday from 10:00am. www.lcto.lu

What to buy here: Sculpture old and new.

Find quality reproductions of pieces by Luxembourgish sculptors from the 12th to 20th centuries or even of ancient artifacts found in the region. Alternatively, discover the work of contemporary artists imaginatively treating traditional themes. Reproductions include the ‘Renert’ fox sculpture based on the original sculpture that stands in Place Guillaume II, inspired by the famous writer Michel Rodange, as well as a Gallo-Roman bronze wild boar sculpture dating from the first century A.D. Contemporary works cover a broad range of styles, with artists like Jeannot Bewing and Pascale Seil often inspired by history and legend. Pieces start from about €200.

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Sight Name: Luxembourg City Tourist Office
Sight Location: Luxembourg, Luxembourg (See walking tours in Luxembourg)
Sight Type: Shopping
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Start your journey at the Luxembourg City Tourist Office, where you can acquire traditional souvenirs such as postcards and keychains, along with valuable information about the city's attractions.

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Tour Duration: 1 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.0 Km or 0.6 Miles

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