Starting point: Beaufort

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Here you can find some points of interest around Beaufort, sorted by their distance to the village.

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Over the course of time, history was written in Beaufort

For that reason you can visit two castles in Beaufort, the ruin of the first castle and the renaissance castle which was used as a residence until 2012.

In the newly opened educational path “Human & Rock” you can become a witness of evolution.

Maps are available at the front desk and you can explore the nature all by yourself.

Echternach with its famous basilica, abbey, orangery and the historic market place.

15 km / 9 miles

Diekirch boasts some very interesting museums and a lively pedestrian area.

15 km / 9 miles

Vianden lying under the shadow of its medieval castle even inspired the works of Victor Hugo in the 19th century.

20 km / 13 miles

Ettelbrück, the General Patton City, accommodates a museum of the famous General and liberator of Luxembourg during the 2nd World War.

25 km / 16 miles

The Luxemburgish wine road by the river Mosel from Wasserbillig over Remich to Schengen houses many bigger and smaller wineries and invites you to try the famous Luxembugish wines and cremants.

Boat trips and walking along the beautiful Esplanade in Remich are highly recommended.

The wine museum in Ehnen and the Butterfly Garden in Grevenmacher complement the trip to the Mosel River.

30 km / 18 miles

Luxemburg-City offers many possibilities to enjoy during your trip, from shopping to cultural events, the City has something for every taste.

38 km / 23 miles

Esch-Sauer is the largest Village around the Esch-sur-Sûre dam.

During the summer months, this is “the place to be”.

You can relax on the beach, rent a kanu or simply enjoy the sun and the refreshments of nature along the “Stausei”.

40 km / 24 miles

Wiltz, with its many different museums and attractions, is a much liked destination for  visitors from around the globe.

45 km / 27 miles

Clervaux, in the north of the country, boasts alongside its beautiful castle the UNSECO-protected photography exposition “The Family of Man” by Edward Steichen.

45 km / 27 miles

Trier, Germany’s oldest city, enchants with ancient its city center, the Porta Nigra and lots of shopping possibilities.

45 km / 27 miles

Saarburg is famous for its 17 meter waterfalls in the center of the city. A well-known picture motive.

50 km / 31 miles

Esch-Alzette, witness of Luxembourg’s once flourishing steel industry, is one of the main pillars of Luxemburgish prosperity.

55 km / 34 miles

Bernkastel-Kues, on the Mosel river is a must see for the discerning wine connoisseur, and with its timbered Houses one of the most beautiful villages in Germany

95 km / 60 miles