3 Countries Music Fest

3 Countries Music Fest

Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is one of the smallest sovereign states in Europe and the only Grand Duchy in the World. Is has 602,000 inhabitants of whom 48% are foreigners of more than 170 nationalities. The capital, Luxembourg City, has a history going back to year 963, and has 120.000 inhabitants, of whom around 70% are foreign residents. Luxembourg is one of Europe’s most important financial centres. The city is one of the capitals of European Union, along with Brussels and Strasbourg and have several European Union institutions.

The name Schengen is synonymous with open borders and unrestrained mobility. The Schengen Agreement is considered worldwide as a milestone on the path to a united borderless Europe. It was signed in 1985 and the village of Schengen was chosen because of its ideal location in the Three-Border-Region. Now the Schengen Area counts 26 Member-States and the Agreement allows over 400 million Europeans travelling without barriers.

We would like you to discover our country with its neighbouring countries, an area full of beautiful landscapes and steeped in history. That is why the 3 Countries Music Fest was created.

Day 1

Arrival at the hotel during the afternoon or early evening.

Check-in and night at the hotel.

Day 2

Breakfast at the hotel and transfer to Trier.

Guided visit of Trier and lunch in a restaurant.

During the afternoon, concert at Brunnenhof in Trier, near to the Porta Negra (UNESCO World Heritage monument).

Transfer back to Luxembourg and night at the hotel.

Day 3

Breakfast at the hotel and departure to Luxembourg city center. Guided visit of the historical center of Luxembourg.

Concert during the late afternoon or early evening.

Transfer to Remich.

Closing dinner cruise on the Mosel river between Luxembourg, France and Germany with all participating groups.

Day 4

Breakfast at the hotel and check-out.

End of the 3 Countries Music Fest.

WHAT IS INCLUDED

  • 3 nights in the chosen hotel category
  • 3 buffet breakfast at the hotel
  • 1 guided visit of Trier (2h)
  • 1 guided visit of Luxembourg city (2h)
  • 1 lunch in Trier
  • 1 closing dinner cruise on the Mosel river
  • 1 open air concert at Brunnenhof in Trier
  • 1 concert in Luxembourg
  • Guide assistance for the concerts
  • 1 person free sharing a double room for a minimum of 20 paying persons

NOT INCLUDED

  • Transport to and from Luxembourg
  • Meals and drinks non mentioned in the program
  • Music instruments or technical equipment
  • Room rental for rehearsals
  • Transfer with a local coach company for the Saturday in case your own coach can’t drive (driver time over)

 

Children’s choirs on request

Transportation could be arranged for the group on request

 

VISIT SUGGESTIONS

TRIER AND THE PORTA NIGRA (GERMANY)

Around 45min away from Luxembourg-city

Located on the banks of the Moselle and near the border of 

Luxembourg, Trier may be the oldest city in Germany.

Trier is known for its well-preserved Roman and medieval buildings, and particularly the Porta Nigra, the best-preserved Roman city gate north of the Alps, and the Main Market, the center of medieval Trier.

 

SAARSCHLEIFE – PANORAMIC VIEW (GERMANY)

Around 45min away from Luxembourg-city


Over millions of years the river Saar has dug itself deep into the bedrock and thereby created a fantastic nature experience for visitors.
The very likely best-known landmark of the region can be explored by bike, hiking or on a boat. For the most breathtaking view on the Saar Bow, go up to the “Cloef“ viewpoint in Orscholz.

 

MULLERTHAL REGION (LUXEMBOURG)

Around 30min away from Luxembourg-city


Often referred to as the Little Switzerland of Luxembourg, Mullerthal – or Mëllerdall in Luxembourgish – owes its name to its hilly landscape reminiscent of Switzerland. The Mullerthal is above all a unique biotope characterized by rock formations that are as beguiling as they are surprising. It is the unique composition of the rock and soil erosion that have contributed to the creation of this landscape so typical of this region also called “Little Switzerland”.

 

METZ AND THE CENTRE POMPIDOU (FRANCE)

Around 1 hour away from Luxembourg-city

Impressive historic monuments, a picturesque riverside setting, and graceful bridges give Metz its special charm. Metz is listed as a “Ville d’Art et d’Histoire” (City of Art and History) because of its exceptional heritage.
Metz has a quaint historic center with narrow cobblestone lanes, lovely old buildings and it features noteworthy sites such as the magnificent Gothic Saint-Stephen Cathedral.Metz is also home to some world-class venues including the Arsenal Concert Hall and the Centre Pompidou-Metz Museum, the most visited art venue in France outside Paris.

 

GUIDED OF VIANDEN AND THE CASTLE (LUXEMBOURG ARDENNES)

Around 1 hour away from Luxembourg-city

Embedded in the splendid landscape of the Ardennes, Vianden hat tourist tradition for more than a hundred years. Like the famous French poet Victor Hugo, thousands of visitors are charmed each year by the narrow and paved lanes, the gothic churches, the ramparts and fortified towers of the small medieval town, dominated by the magnificent, restored castle.

 

LUXEMBOURG MOSELLE REGION

Around 30 min away from Luxembourg-city

Come and unwind in the Moselle valley. Flowing between the vineyards where the grapes for the great Moselle wine ripen, the romantic Moselle river forms the border between the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and Germany. And just a few kilometers from the river a different yet equally enchanting landscape awaits discovery! Here, you can wander through scattered orchards, stroll through tranquil villages, and breathe in the clean air of our hills and meadows.

Summary

Dates: From 12th to 15th June 2020

Duration: 4 Days – 3 Nights

Location: Luxembourg

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