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From Brussels: The Battle of the Bulge Remembrance Tour

1. From Brussels: The Battle of the Bulge Remembrance Tour

Christmastime 1944. The Battle of the Bulge was the last major Nazi offensive. Hitler hoped to split the Allied forces by launching a surprise attack. 140,000 soldiers and infantry forces were killed or captured. During the 100 miles drive to the battle area your guide introduces the events that led to the battle. Your tour starts at one of the American Cemeteries where thousands of US military lay rest. Then visit the McAuliffe Square in Bastogne, known for its significant role in the Battle of the Bulge. See the bronze statue of General Anthony McAuliffe alongside an M3 Sherman Battle Tank. Visit the Bastogne War Museum, followed by a leisurely stroll through the old city of Luxembourg. See the city's cathedral, and the Palace of the Grand Duke. In the lower part of the city you will see the Abbey of Neunmünster, the city walls, and the picturesque sites along the river Alzette.

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Luxembourg: Combi-Ticket Sightseeing Train & 7 Museums Entry

2. Luxembourg: Combi-Ticket Sightseeing Train & 7 Museums Entry

After discovering the highlights of the city by tourist train, visit any of the 7 museums included in this combi-ticket. Discover Villa Vauban, located in the heart of the city, in the middle of a historic park. See exhibitions showcasing 17th-century Dutch works and 19th-century French history and landscape paintings. Visit Casino Luxembourg- Forum d’Art Contemporain, a contemporary art institution that is dedicated to the latest works from international artists. At the Lëtzebuerg City Museum located in the old town district, learn more about the history of the city through original objects and topographical reconstructions as well as a mobile application. Explore the Musée National d’Histoire et d’Art, MNHA, which offers 6000 square meters of exhibition space of encyclopedic collections. At the Musée National d’Histoire Naturelle, MNHN, discover exhibitions that reflect more than 160 years of the Institute's history and above all the dynamism and commitment of its curators and their collaborators. Visit the Museum Dräi Eechele in the restored Fort Thungen and learn about the territorial development and history of Luxembourg, as well as more about national identity. Finally visit the Museum of Modern Art, MUDAM, a purpose-built building designed by the renowned Sino-American architect Ieoh Ming Pei. Opened in 2006 and situated in Park Draï Eechelen this gallery houses various works by modern and contemporary artists.

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