The city of Luxemburg is beautiful, especially in the fall.
Here is the Grand Ducal Palace where the Grand Duke performs most of his duties.
Since a recent expansion of the palace, a glass bridge connects the more traditional conference area (where the occasional leopard printed pattern pops up), to the more modern spaces, which includes a sleek new bar where the Grand Duke has his pint.
Charming art-deco details fill the streets... and always capture my attention.
I love the neutral overall building color scheme with the intense tiny points of detail..
The exterior tile-work makes this ordinary stucco facade more interesting.
The streets were so clean. .
Luxemburg reminded of a mix of both Paris and Vienna's architecture styles.
One saw the two cities collaborating when it came to their exquisite array of pastry and coffee shops. . .
offering both decadent French caramel-coffee eclairs alongside the famous Viennese Melange.
It was therefore, also a bit expensive.