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Vianden Castle towering over the River Our

Vianden is an almost impossibly picturesque town in Luxembourg.

Get in

From Luxembourg City, take a train to Ettelbruck, and then jump on the 570 bus ( the bus station is next to the train station ). Vianden is the second to last stop on the route - ask the driver if unsure.

The whole journey from Luxembourg City takes around an hour, and costs 3 Euros for a return ticket.

It is also possible to catch a bus from the German city of Bitburg.

Get around


Vianden Castle.

There is also a museum to Victor Hugo, who stayed in the town several times.


Besides the castle tour, there is also a chairlift up to a scenic view, a swimming pool, and a zipline.

The Ancien Cinema, in addition to serving drinks and desserts, shows a variety of movies and houses a number of books on various aspects of the film industry.

Indian Forest Adventure Park is located near the castle, and can be reached either on foot (there are clear signs near the path to the castle) or by taking the chairlift and walking downhill. They offer a range of courses at different difficulty levels. English-language instruction/introduction is available, but limited.


The castle has a small gift shop offering the usual tourist souvenirs.


Virtually every non-residence building in Vianden is a hotel, a restaurant, or both. Prices and cuisines vary wildly; you can find everything from €5-7/meal snack bars (hamburgers, chicken patties, fries, etc.) to high-end restaurants serving traditional French and/or German cuisine (€30+). You can also find pizza, pasta, Chinese food, and all manner of desserts.



  • Hotel Oranienburg, 126, Grand-Rue L-9411 Vianden, 00352 83 41 53-1, [1]. 2012 rates are €55-€61 for a single, €84-€96 for a double. Located a short walk from the path to the castle. The hotel does not have its own parking, but overnight parking is allowed a short walk up the hill in the public parking area for the castle.


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