Luxembourg winesThe “National Seal of Luxembourg Wines” dates back to 1935. Settle into a city bar with a unique atmosphere and discover the Crémant de Luxembourg, introduced in 1991, and the most famous varietals, like Chardonnay, Gewürztraminer, Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc, Auxerrois, Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc, Auxerrois and Rivaner. There’s also straw wine, late-harvest wine and ice wine, made from hand-harvested grapes. Luxembourg liqueurs and eaux-de-vie, like the damson plum or pear varieties, are also worth trying.
Gourmet foodGourmet dishes served in restaurants in the city of Luxembourg are sure to reflect local culture, and also the culture of bordering countries. Green anguille, braised endive, consommé couronné and carbonade flamande are among the most famous dishes. Dessert-wise, the menu is long. You’ll be able to choose from pannekoeken, tarte liégeoise (prunes and apples), boterhock and, of course, the famous duo of coffee and chocolate from Liège.
BouneschluppTake advantage of your stay at the Campanile hotel in Luxembourg to taste one of the country's most classic dishes, bouneschlupp. In Luxembourgish, this means "bean soup," but it also contains potatoes, bacon and onions. Many variations exist, and the original recipe is no longer known since its origins are very old, but it’s definitely the ideal dish to warm you up and recharge your batteries after a visit to the Grand Duchy’s capital.