Leisure & Surroundings

Echternach is the ideal starting point for discovering the beautiful scenery of the Muellerthal and the « Little Luxemburgish Switzerland ». A large number of activities, from hiking, biking, climbing or rafting can be organized and there is a large number of cultural activites or historic sites which are worth a visit.

The City

Echternach – the eldest town in Luxembourg

Echternach is one of Europe’s earliest centers of culture and christinisation. Saint Willibrord from Northumberland founded a Benedictine abbey here in 698 which, in the 19th and 11th century, became an artistically refined writing school. The museum of the abbey located in the cellars of the ancient abbey documents the work of the monks.

Echternach – an impressive architecture

With ists 5.600 inhabitants, this medieval town shows many monumental works like the Roman villa (1st until 5th century), the ancient Peter and Paul parish church, with its Merovingian, Gothic and Romanesque elements, built on a Roman castellum. There are furthermore the Roman Basilica (11th century) rebuilt after World War II, the 8th century crypt, the ancient town walls with its towers, the abbay, the Orangerie, the Rococo Pavilion and the ancient patrician houses on the market square (18th century).

Echternach – cultural city par excellence

In the year 2008, Echternach had been rewarded by the European Commission as “European destination of excellence”. In 2010, the famous Dancing Procession that always takes place on Whit Tuesday became part of UNESCO’s Intangible World Cultural Heritage. The International Festival of Echternach is organizing every year high quality classic concerts, a program which is completed by a broad range of cultural activities by the Trifolion, Center for Culture, Tourism and Congress.

A hiker’s paradise for the whole family

Being located amidst the beautiful nature of the Mullerthal Region – Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland, Echternach offers a wide range of hiking tracks for the whole family. Absolute highlights are: the “Gorge des loups” (the wolves’ canyon) and the Mullerthal Trail.

A variety of leisure and sportive cycle routes

Echternach is also an interesting destination for hikers of any level with its quiet cycling routes along the river Sure, its sportive mountain bike trails and its bike park situated at the lake.

The lake, a leisure area for everyone

You can walk around the lake or paddle on it, experience the Adventure Island with its outdoor park, and indoor climbing wall, visit the Nature House. Huge events like the e-lake party attract thousands of people during the summer.

DANCING PROCESSION

Saint Willibrord and the Dancing Procession

In the year 698, the Iro-Scottish monck Willibrord, Archbishop of Utrecht , received an estate situated in Echternach from Irmina, abbess in Trier. This allowed Willibrord to build a monastery, which should become later an important spiritual and cultural centre.

 

Soon after Willibrord’s death in 739 great crowds of pilgrims started to come to the grave of the saint. The dancing procession may very well have originated in these gatherings. A document of 1497 for the first time mentions springen-heiligen (“dancing saints”).

 

Every year on Whit Tuesday some 12-14,000 pilgrims take part in the procession, among them eight to nine thousand dancers.

In 2010, the Dancing Procession has been inscribed on UNESCO’s Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity

SIGHTSEEING

Cultural walk

1.You start in front of the tourist office.(near the Basilica)

2.THE BASILICA OF SAINT WILLIBRORD

Shortly after the year 700 Saint Willibrord ordered the construction of hisfirst church here which is located just below the main nave of the present Basilica. The 21 m long remainsof the Merovingian construction had been discovered after World War II. A second church of aboutthe same size of the present church had been built around 800. A big fire in 1016 caused severe damage to the building; the new construction had been finished in 1031. The main feature of the Roman Basilica was the alternation of pillars and columns, a style which had been copied later on in the Rhineland. After the pillage by French Revolution troops in 1794, the Basilica had been transformed into a china factory. After 1861, an association called “Willibrordus Bauverein” suggested thereconstruction of the building and decided to restore it in neo-gothic and neo-roman style. In 1944, during the German attack, the building had been destroyed and then rebuilt from 1948 to 1953. The crypt seems to go back to Carolingian times, the frescos were peinted during the 14th century.

3. THE BENEDICTINE ABBEY

When leaving the Basilica, you stand in front of the Prelates’ building of the abbey which had been built in Lothringian style from 1727 to 1726. This square building of 75 m each side contains a convent and a patio. It had been designed by Léopold Durand, an architect from St. Avold and built by the constructing family Mungenast from Austria. The abbey was dissolved in 1797. Since 1899 it has been a high-school.

4. THE MUSEUM OF THE ABBEY

Close to the right corner pavillion you come to the basement of the abbey which is the Museum of the Abbey. It contains hand written documents such as faksimiles from the EchternachSchool, working material, colours, video tapes, a copy from Willibrord’s tomb, which give insights into the abbey’s history.

5.THE ABBEY’S GARDEN, THE ORANGERIE 1735-1736

You cross the courtyard towards the rotunda and walk through an arch with a steel gate to discover the abbey’s gardens. The statues on the front side of the building illustrate the four seasons. The scultures had been made by German sculptor Ferdinand Tietz from Würzburg in Germany.

You walk back into the prelates’ courtyard and from there into the western courtyard with its chestnut trees. You turn right, pass below arcades to reach the municipal park. In the former abbey’s pleasure gardenalong the river Sure you can see the.

6.ROCOCOPAVILLON

Which had been build in 1761 by Paul Mungenast. An elegant stairecase leads to the first floor to a room of 100 square meters, where an audiovisuel programme shows examples of rural architecture as well as the abbey’s influence on rural architecture (the show lasts about 15 minutes).

When leaving the pavillon, you turn left and walk through the municipal park. You will discover three panelsdocumenting the following subjects: the influence of the abbey’s gardens on private gardens,

theship constructors of Echternach, the Sure bridge and its evolution in time. When walking out of the municipal park, you will see, on your right, behind the parking, a part of the ancient city wall with parts from battlements. Turn again left, pass in front of the Sure bridge to reach an other part of the

7.FORTIFIED TOWN WALL

Which goes back to the 10th century in its most primitive form and had been enlarged during the 13th century.It was 2000 m long, had 20 towers and 4 gates. The biggest part of the construction had been destroyed only during the 19th century. The towers which were saved from demolition were sold and transformed into lodgings in 1813. If you pass the corner tower, just walk along the 12 to 15 m large canal which had been partly filled with water in 1998. You pass along the 4 towers which have been restored for touristic purposes, particularly the one situated in Hoovelecker Buurchmauer. Also notice the ancient public hospital on your right which has been recently restored. You cross Route de Luxembourg, take rue des Tonneliers and the turn right into rue André Duchscher to discover rather surprisingly

8.THE GOTHIC HOUSE

This rare witness of the Middle Ages collapsed partly in 1996 which caused severe damage to the window frames. Special analyses in 1995 however enabled its reconstruction in the year 2000. The same style of three-lobe-windows can be seen in Metzand in Trierwhich indicates that they belong to the 14th century. A dendro-chronologic analysis proves the the wood from the construction belonged to trees that were cut in 1299. Now go back to Rue André Duchscher, walk through part of the pedestrian zone and reach the market square where you will see

9.THE LAW CROSS

(“Urtsel”, the column of justice) which was supposed to demonstrate the abbot’s supremacy vis-à-vis citizens as far as judgement matters were concerned. In 1774, the rich citizens wanted to dismantle this symbol of middle-age power and replace it by a fountain, a project which had been carried out by French Revolution troops in 1794.

The cross was set up again in 1938 in front of the City hall, only to be destroyed again a few years later in 1944. In 1982, it had been set up again in its original place on the market square according to  18th century plans. On the market square you notice above all

10.THE “DENZELT”

The present features of this ancient palace of justice which was built partly at the end of the 14th century go back to the restoration in the year 1444 where a big fire broke out. The “Dingstuhl” (or seat of deliberations which were held in these public halls) also included a torture room and a prison. The passage from gothic to Renaissance style can be seen on the monumental window frames. The statutes of Virgin Mary, King Salomon and the cardinal virtues had been added to the front side during restoration works in 1898. The monument itself had been restored in 1993.

You leave the market square, go to Rue de la Montagne to discover big stone blocks which were erectedto commemorate 1300 years existence of the City of Echternachin 1998. You walk upstairs to

11.PETER AND PAUL CHURCH

Which had been built upon the remains of an ancient Roman construction.During Merovingian times, this had been a small convent which had been offered to Willibrord in 698 by Abbess Irmina from Oeren (Trier). In the 10th and 11th century a 3-nave church had been built and was enriched by a gothic ceiling in 1480.

The vaulted frescos appeared during the late Gothic. Several transformations had been carried out later. You walk down the steps which lead to the memorial to the victims of World War II and you will reach

12.THE HIHOF

Which hosts the PrehistoricMuseum.The building’s origins (which could have been a farm) are unknown, the vaulted ceiling however goes back to the 15th century.

Elements which go back to late gothic style can be seen on the front side. Before it became a museum, the building had been used as a hospital, a china workshop, a school and a house. You’ve to visit this remarkable museum.

When coming out of the building, you cross the street (rue du Pont), pass the Willibrord fountain and walk upstairs to reach

13.THE GARDEN PAVILLON – “PARLODROME”

At the entry, you can see one of the 12 columns which had been built in Luxembourgto commemorate the millenium. The music has been composed by music educator Jean-Marie Kieffer. At the background, you can see a garden pavillon which has been recently restored. The texts on Echternach are spoken in 5 different languages .

14.THE CHAPEL OF OUR LADY

Which had been built in 1654 by Abbot Petrus Fisch in late Renaissance style.This had been the church for this part of the city and it had also been the garrison chapel. It had been destroyed in 1944-45 and had been restored from 1947 to 1952.

15.THE ROMAN VILLA

This is one of the biggest of its kind in central Europe(118 x 62 m). It had been discovered in 1975 during excavation works for the artificial lake (1st to 5th century). While walking around the lake, you will come to a rather modern construction called INFOFORUM which is a thematic museum (A). First climb to the terrass of the building to have an all-over view of the location. You are looking upon the part which was inhabited (pars urbana); the rual part (pars rustica) situated behind the hedge, had not been uncovered yet.

In the INFOFORUM models and drafts about the various construction periods make you discover every-day-life scenes from the Romans. In an audio-visual room you can watch films and 3D projections. In a shop, you can find the appropriate literature about the exposed subjects. By visiting theremains “in situ” which are explained by means of drawings and reconstruction examples, you will discover the heating systems, a sauna, the baths, a reception room, etc…(B) On the north-west wing a Roman garden HORTUS AMOENUS has been planted which contains specimen that had been cultivated at Roman times (C).

Close to this, on your right, behind a hedge, there is a tent of 150 square m called AUDITORIUM, musicaet vox where you can listen to roman music, poetry and speeches from Roman times. This tent can also be used for concerts, conferences, theatre and group activities .

MUSEUMS

Museum of prehistory & porcelain from Echternach

The exhibition focuses on the technical evolution of lithic tools and weapons over a period of more than a million years. On display are extremely rare artefacts and some models of stone-age machinery and the “Loeschbuer”, the eldest man of Luxembourg. Furthermore, the museum accommodates a remarkable collection of 19th century porcelain from Echternach.

Information:

4a, rue du Pont

L-6471 Echternach

Tel:

www.museedeprehistoire.lu

Geöffnet:

01.04-15.11

10h00-12h00

14h00-17h00

Montags geschlossen

The Roman Villa Echternach

The modern visitors’ center provides a clear and vivid picture of everyday life in the manor of the Roman villa and is one of the biggest Roman Villas north of the Alps. Scaled models of the manor and recreated scenes with life-size figures and give an idea of the luxurious interior of the villa with its lavishly decorated thermal baths, its magnificent reception and dining rooms, its kitchen and its privat living rooms.

Information:

Echternacher See

Tel:

service.educatif@mnha.etat.lu

www.mnha.lu

Geöffnet:

 

10h00-12h00

13h00-17h00

Montags geschlossen

Museum of the Abbey

The Museum of the Abbey in the vaulted cellars of the abbey palace (1727) features facsimiles of the most beautiful manuscripts of the famous Echternach scriptorium. It also provides manifold information about Willibrord’s life and work. The beauty of the exhibition rooms as well as the quality of the exhibits and audivisual presentations make a visit to the museum an unforgettable experience.

Information:

11, Parvis de la Basilique

L-6486 Echternach

Tel:

www.willibrord.lu

Geöffnet:

01.04-30.04+01.10-31.10

10h00-12h00

14h00-17h00

01.05-30.06+01.09-30.09

10h00-12h00

14h00-18h00

01.07-31.08

10h00-18h00

The Documentation Center about the Dancing Procession

The Documentation Center displays paintings, texts, maps, photos and films about the history and organization of the Dancing Procession and the eventful history of the Basilica. Devotional objects are exhibited in some showcases; a statue and a reliquiary present St. Willibrord as a popular saint. The remnants of funerary monuments from the former abbay (11th – 18th century) are to be seen in the adjoining corridors.

Information:

Basilika Echternach

L-6486 Echternach

Tel:

www.willibrord.lu

Geöffnet:

1.04-15.11

10h00-12h00

14h00-18h00

Sonntag vormittag geschlossen

GOLF

Golf in Christnach; 18-hole Master course and 9-hole Compact-Course. Driving Range with video check.

Golf & Country Club Christnach
L-7641 Christnach
Tel.
Fax +352 87 95 64
gcc@gms.lu

Aquatower Berdorf

Dive into the fascinating world of drinking water and visit the 55-meter high “Aquatower” in Berdorf. The “Aquatower” opens in April, features an exhibition on water and offers spectacular views on the surroundings of Berdorf.

Address:

106, rue de Consdorf
L-6551 Berdorf
Tel:
Fax: +352 79 91 89
aquatower@berdorf.lu
www.aquatower-berdorf.lu

MOUNTAINBIKE

Rock formations, woods – get the flow while mountainbiking in the Mullerthal Region – Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland

When you pass on our single trails through the woods, along rock formations and small romantic brooks, your whole body will feel the fast change of landscape. Test your concentration and your technical know how on our steep downhills. Feel the flow and be one with nature!

Mountainbiking in the Mullerthal Region – Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland is fun!

Bech –> 13 km
Larochette –> 26,5 km
Echternach –> 23 km
Berdorf-Beaufort –> 36 km

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Signs:
The sporty biker will appreciate the four signposted (with the signs on the rigth)  mountain bike trails through the forests, across the open plateaus and past the impressive rock faces of our region. The degree of difficulty varies

You can also book your individual group tour on a date that you choose. There are possibilities to rent bikes in the region.
If you want to register, call us or  info@mullerthal.lu

Rent a Bike Mëllerdall – Mountainbike Rental:
“Rent a Bike Mëllerdall” is a network of bike rental stations in the Mullerthal Region. City bikes, mountain bikes and children’s bikes are available or hire at various locations.
For more inormation: www.rentabike-mellerdall.lu

Regional Moutainbike Events:

Randonée VTT – Randonnée Müllerthal  (march)
Organizer: Coolbikers Befort

Randonée VTT – Mil Man Trail (april)
Organizer: Mullerthal Cycling asbl

Technical training camp for adults with Bikeride (may)
Organizer: Youthhostel of Echternach

Mullerthal Biking Days (august)
Organizer: Mullerthal Cycling asbl

Randonée VTT – VC Filano (in September)
Organizer: VC Filano

CLIMBING

If you want to practice climbing in nature, go to the “Wanterbaach” rocks in Berdorf. Before doing so, be sure to have a climbing permit, which is granted by the Ministry of Environment.

Address:
Umweltministerium
18 Montée de la Pétrusse
L-2327 Luxembourg
Tel.
Fax +352 40 04 10

www.mev.etat.lu

Disco

The Flying Dutchman

3, rue Kummel
L – 6310 Beaufort
Tel.:

INFORMATION

http://mullerthal-trail.lu/de
Die offizielle Homepage der Tourismusregion Mullerthal – Kleine Luxemburger Schweiz – Untersauer.

www.mullerthal-images.lu
Bilddatenbank der Region.

www.visitluxembourg.com
Die offizielle Homepage der Landestourismusorganisation Office National du Tourisme mit allen wichtigen Informationen zum Land Luxemburg als Reise und Urlaubsland.

www.promoteluxembourg.com
Präsentation von Luxemburg anhand von 10 thematischen Videoclips.

www.mdt.public.lu
Das Ministerium für Mittelstand, Tourismus und Wohnungsbau gibt auf dieser Seite Auskunft über seine Aufgaben, die Struktur des Tourismus in Luxemburg sowie seine aktuelle Entwicklung.

www.mu.leader.lu
Offizielle Website der Initiative LEADER Mullerthal.

www.ardennes-lux.lu
Website der Luxemburger Ardennen.

www.gouvernement.lu
Offizielle Website der Regierung mit allen Ministerien und Verwaltungen.

www.deutsch-luxemburgischer-naturpark.info
Offizielle Website des deutsch-luxemburgischen Naturparks.

www.teufelsschlucht.de
Die spektakulären Felsformationen auf deutscher Seite.

www.geoportail.lu
Auf dieser Homepage finden Sie Tipps für Wander- und Radtouren in ganz Luxemburg.

Mobility

www.cfl.lu
Offizielle Website der luxemburgischen Eisenbahn.

www.mobiliteit.lu
Fahrpläne und Preise des öffentlichen Transports.

Biking

www.lvi.lu
Die „Luxemburgische Radinitiative“ stellt sich vor.

www.pch.public.lu
Übersichtskarte mit Beschreibung der Radwege.

Other informations

www.pharmacie.lu
Die Apotheken und Bereitschaftsdienste.

www.meteo.lu
Der Wetterdienst für das Großherzogtum.

www.cinema.lu
Das Kinoprogramm.

 What’s on

1 avr.
Manifestations en ville
Die Echternach Classic Days steht für Emotionen und Leidenschaft, abenteuerlich, romantisch, herausfordernd. Sportliches Autofahren durch die schönsten Gegenden Luxemburgs ist die Devise – ohne Elektronik mit Klassikern der Automobilgeschichte. Die Echternach Classic Days sollen sich als Festival für Fans und Gäste etablieren bei freiem Eintritt. Die Szenerie ist hautnah zu bewundern, sowas kann man in keinem Museum der Welt erleben!
2 avr.
Manifestations en ville
Die Echternach Classic Days steht für Emotionen und Leidenschaft, abenteuerlich, romantisch, herausfordernd. Sportliches Autofahren durch die schönsten Gegenden Luxemburgs ist die Devise – ohne Elektronik mit Klassikern der Automobilgeschichte. Die Echternach Classic Days sollen sich als Festival für Fans und Gäste etablieren bei freiem Eintritt. Die Szenerie ist hautnah zu bewundern, sowas kann man in keinem Museum der Welt erleben!
3 avr.
Manifestations en ville
Die Echternach Classic Days steht für Emotionen und Leidenschaft, abenteuerlich, romantisch, herausfordernd. Sportliches Autofahren durch die schönsten Gegenden Luxemburgs ist die Devise – ohne Elektronik mit Klassikern der Automobilgeschichte. Die Echternach Classic Days sollen sich als Festival für Fans und Gäste etablieren bei freiem Eintritt. Die Szenerie ist hautnah zu bewundern, sowas kann man in keinem Museum der Welt erleben!
10 avr.
Foires & Marchés
Marché aux Puces
14 avr.
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Spectacle de percussion
15 avr.
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Spectacle de percussion
16 avr.
Autres
eng Aktioun am Interessi vun der Natur an Emwelt
Autres
Porte ouverte de l’Ecole de Musique de la Ville d’Echternach
24 avr.
Sports & Loisirs
bike race
Foires & Marchés
Grand Marché exceptionnel
29 avr.
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
d’Ariel Ramirez
1 mai
Foires & Marchés
Brocante
6 mai
Organiste: Paul Kayser Braatsch: Renata van der Vyver
7 mai
Foires & Marchés
an de Strosse vun Iechternach
8 mai
Foires & Marchés
an de Strosse vun Iechternach
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Duo de pianos avec Delphine Dahms et Charly Delbecq
9 mai
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
10 mai
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
11 mai
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
12 mai
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Auto-Kino
Sports & Loisirs
Course à pied
13 mai
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Auto-Kino
Organiste: Guy Poupard
Sports & Loisirs
Tournoi pour jeunes
14 mai
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Auto-Kino
Sports & Loisirs
Tournoi pour jeunes
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Concert
15 mai
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Auto-Kino
16 mai
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
17 mai
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
Sprangprëssioun Procession dansante
18 mai
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
19 mai
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
20 mai
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
JAM Session
Organiste: Gilles Leyers
21 mai
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
22 mai
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
Foires & Marchés
Marché exceptionnel
23 mai
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
24 mai
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
25 mai
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
26 mai
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
27 mai
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
Organiste: Paul Kayser Violon: Farhad Mohayedi
28 mai
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
Manifestations culturelles
Admirez les collections maximaphiles présentant des cartes postales sur des sujets divers et variés
29 mai
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
Manifestations culturelles
Admirez les collections maximaphiles présentant des cartes postales sur des sujets divers et variés
Manifestations culturelles
procession à l’occasion de la Fête de Dieu
30 mai
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
31 mai
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
1 juin
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
2 juin
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
3 juin
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
Manifestations en ville
Internationale Ausfahrt mit historischen Gespannen
4 juin
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
Manifestations en ville
Internationale Ausfahrt mit historischen Gespannen
Fêtes
animations et concerts
Sports & Loisirs
Nuit du Sport
5 juin
Autres
Kinderbuchautoren-Residenz in Echternach
Manifestations en ville
Internationale Ausfahrt mit historischen Gespannen
Fêtes
animations et concerts
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
réalisé par les élèves de l’Ecole de Musique de la Ville d’Echternach
11 juin
Fêtes
Parking “A Kack”
12 juin
Fêtes
Parking “A Kack”
Sports & Loisirs
concours de Pêche
18 juin
Night Shipping
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Concerts gratuits pendant toute la journée
Sports & Loisirs
Salles des Glaces Lycée Classique Echternach
19 juin
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Concerts gratuits pendant toute la journée
Sports & Loisirs
Salles des Glaces Lycée Classique Echternach
22 juin
25 juin
20,30 Trio Metafora 21,30 Nosferatu (film) Paul Kayser (orgue)
Jazz for Kids
26 juin
Konzert Jugendchöre
Seniors
gesellege Nomëtten fir Jonk an Aal
Foires & Marchés
Brocante
1 juil.
Sports & Loisirs
Triathlon cf. détails voir programme sur www.trilux.lu
2 juil.
Sports & Loisirs
Triathlon cf. détails voir programme sur www.trilux.lu
3 juil.
Sports & Loisirs
Triathlon cf. détails voir programme sur www.trilux.lu
Seniors
gesellege Nomëtten fir Jonk an Aal
5 juil.
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Concert
8 juil.
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Concert
9 juil.
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Concert
Fêtes
Jeux et animations
10 juil.
14 juil.
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Concerts
15 juil.
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Concerts
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Ciné plein air
16 juil.
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Concerts
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Ciné plein air
Sports & Loisirs
The craziest 5K run reaches Luxembourg/Echternach!
17 juil.
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Ciné plein air
18 juil.
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Ciné plein air
19 juil.
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Ciné plein air
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Harmonie municipale Echternach
20 juil.
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Ciné plein air
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
5e édition
21 juil.
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Ciné plein air
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Concert
22 juil.
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Ciné plein air
23 juil.
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
Ciné plein air
24 juil.
Foires & Marchés
Bourse pour timbres, cartes postales et monnaies
Sports & Loisirs
Concours am Fëschen
27 juil.
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
5e édition
30 juil.
Fêtes
Exposition de matériel d’incendie et de sauvetage avec démonstrations et animations
31 juil.
Fêtes
Exposition de matériel d’incendie et de sauvetage avec démonstrations et animations
3 août
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
5e édition
6 août
Foires & Marchés
Brocante
7 août
Foires & Marchés
Brocante
Sports & Loisirs
Pétanque
10 août
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
5e édition
12 août
Nightlife
Open Air festival
13 août
Nightlife
Open Air festival
14 août
Nightlife
Open Air festival
Foires & Marchés
Brocante
15 août
Foires & Marchés
Marché
17 août
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
5e édition
26 août
Sports & Loisirs
Programme suivra
27 août
Foires & Marchés
Braderie
28 août
Foires & Marchés
Braderie
2 sept.
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
programme suivra
4 sept.
Sports & Loisirs
Cyclosportive
9 sept.
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
programme suivra
11 sept.
Foires & Marchés
Brocante
16 sept.
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
programme suivra
17 sept.
Concerts, Cabarets, Théâtre & Films
d’Detailler komme no
24 sept.
Foires & Marchés
Gebrauchte Spillsaache fir Kanner
25 sept.
Fêtes
alles rondrem d’Gromper
1 oct.
Fêtes
Animation a Musik
2 oct.
Fêtes
Animation a Musik
8 oct.
Fêtes
Alles ronderem den Apel
9 oct.
Fêtes
Alles ronderem den Apel
Seniors
programme cf. Homepage Cipa Belle-Vue
16 oct.
Sports & Loisirs
Marathon 42,195 km parcours rapide course populaire 7km
30 oct.
Foires & Marchés