Luxembourg motorhome country guide

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The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, to use its full and correct title, is approximately 75km tall from north to south and 50km wide from east to west, so be careful not to drive right through by accident. One or two days will give a good overview and enough time to visit Luxembourg City as well. Northern Grand Duchy has plenty of forested areas with marked walking trails, see www.hiking-in-luxembourg.co.uk .The Mosel Valley forms the eastern border with Germany. Adjacent to the river is a road and cycle path both providing a good view of the vine covered slopes, visit www.vins-cremants.lu for more information about the wine.

Campsites, Motorhome Stopovers and Offsite-Parking Luxembourg (free wild camping)
There is an amazing 80 campsites in Luxembourg, which equates to one in every 32km² and three of the 80 are naturist campsites. See www.camping.lu for details. There are a few Motorhome Stopovers but most motorhome facilities are attached to campsites though pitch fees are reduced. Some campsites operate reduced fee Quick Stop camping on a parking area outside the campsite, parking is restricted to evenings only, normally from 5pm until 10am. Full details of the Motorhome Stopovers can be found in All the Aires Belgium, Holland and Luxembourg available from www.vicarious-shop.com. Offsite-Parking is not allowed or tolerated, though there are plenty of suitable lay-bys.

Driving your motorhome or campervan in Luxembourg
The roads are good and toll free. All the motorways around Luxembourg City can get busy during rush hour. Several motorways are currently being extended or improved. Fuel prices are fixed throughout the country and fuel stations close to borders often sell tobacco and other goods that offer savings to their neighbours. LPG autogas is available at some fuel stations.