Luxembourg: Schengen & Remerschen

Last week we checked out Schengen and Remerschen, as we initially wanted to head out for some lake to take advantage of a very hot Sunday. Both villages are known for their wine and are near the point where the borders of Luxembourg, Germany and France meet. Schengen is also famous for the signing and giving the name to the Schengen Agreement.

We started by walking around the Moselle in Schengen and visiting the European Museum; we continued with some wine at the Caves du Sud in Remerschen and a dinner at the Chalet. In the end, we did not go to any beach to soak up the sun, but we did overlook the lake from our table, while we were melting under the heat.

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Moselle, Schengen
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Swans on the Moselle
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Pieces of the Berlin wall in Schengen
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Caves du Sud, Remerschen
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Wine at the Caves du Sud
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Planchette au jambon (fries came a bit later)

Have you been in that region? What else would you recommend doing?

3 thoughts on “Luxembourg: Schengen & Remerschen

    1. Thanks for the tip! As we actually wanted to sunbathe a bit, we found the Chalet is close to it. But we decided on the spot to only eat. I still have one cave to check out in Schengen. I guess one more day will be spent around there 🙂

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