No need to rush in Clervaux

On the way, we are left breathless at just how beautiful this country is. We drove through endless forests, beautiful little towns and made a pit stop at a lookout that overlooks the beautiful castle town of Clervaux.

Clervaux Castle, located in Northern Luxembourg, dates back to the 12th century. Destroyed by fire in the Second World War during the Battle of the Bulge, it has now been fully rebuilt. Nowadays the castle is used partly as a museum and partly for housing the local administration. The views from here were just phenomenal, it showcases just how green this country is.

Source: Road trip through Luxembourg, one of Europe’s smallest country! – Skylar Aria’s Adventures

Clervaux Luxembourg (Photo: Jean-Pol Grandmont)

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