Well. It has a lot of stairs in it. A lot! It's an experience to visit for a cheap price, but it's nothing special. But you can take good pictures and the lights are beautiful.
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We didn't have much time to visit Luxembourg but this place looked interesting so we went in. We did not wait for a guided tour but just stumbled our way around ourselves. It's a real warren of tunnels with occasional windows and staircases. Very intriguing...More
Lovely views around the whole area. A must visit place while in Luxembourg. The climb down was not attempted by us, but there is a lift back to the top
The Bock is a large fortress in the north-eastern corner of old Luxembourg. It is a rocky cliffs tower above a river which surrounds it on three sides. An old castle was built in 963. Ruins of the old castle and the vast underground system...More
It's very interesting to walk through the tunnels and wonder what happened here... There was a short leaflet, but these tunnels with such a great past needs more. It would be great if There was something Like an audio tour or more guided tours.
We visited this place on our holiday based on its fantastic trip advisor reviews. It involves a self-guided tour of the tunnels extending under the city and within a beautiful archaic bridge. The place itself is easily accessible and conveniently comes under the cost of...More
By visiting casemates we were surprised by the size and the variety of corridors we could walk through. Sometimes it was rather dark and the nobil light was useful. It was difficult in some corridors and staircases (leading to nowhere) to pass the other visitors....More
it was good to explore the different tunnels. don't worry you can't get lost. the paths are all straight forward either leading to a dead end (so you need to turn back) or to another exit point. Good for rainy day. Just be careful of...More