River boat cruisers making a stop to Luxembourg City will want to make the most of their visit within a short time frame. This guide will give you a glimpse of what the city has to offer and what is worth your time.

Museum buffs won’t want to miss the Natural Museum of History and Art, a center dedicated to notable Luxeombourg artifacts. Don’t miss the museum’s coin cabinet exhibit which houses over 200,000 coins, some of which date back to the Renaissance period. Art fans should visit the Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art. The grand gallery, sometimes referred to as Mudam, is three stories. It includes works from respected artists such as Claude Closky, Thomas Ruff, and Kara Walker.

If you’re looking for a few architectual gems or you’d like to get in touch with your religious side, Luxeombourg has a handful of sites worth checking out including St. John’s Church, Sacre Coeur Church, and Catherdral of the Blessed Virgin in Luxembourg.

Last, but certainly not least, you may consider taking in a city tour if you’re short on time. The city has walking tours, bus tours and segway tours. You can discover more about tours, sites, and cultural hot spots on the official tourism website lcto.lu