The Mullerthal Region or how it is often called Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland is the part of Luxembourg located in the north-east part at the borders with Germany. It is small but very nice place where you can get remarkable experiences.
Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland is located in the canton of Echternach, which covers 7% of the whole area of Luxembourg. This part of Luxembourg is very popular, especially for campers sliding down from nearby Belgium, Germany, France and Holland. The area is also very popular among European bikers who come to “ventilate” here and take proper outdoor atmosphere.
Suer River forms here a natural border between Luxembourg and Germany. Widely popular activity is renting a canoe and rafting. Along the river you can easily find a number of well-equipped campsites. However, in the summer months, some of them can be quite busy. So it is better to make a reservation in advance.
You can walk through the sandstone forest labyrinth or visit the oldest Luxembourg’s city Echternach. Visitors can come out to the highest peak of this undoubtedly interesting canton, situated near the town of Beaufort and reaching an altitude of 414m.
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