Im Meeswald 1, 66706 Perl, Germany
Roman Villa Borg
The Roman Villa Borg is a reconstructed Roman villa rustica located near the villages of Borg and Oberleuken in the municipality of Perl in Saarland, Germany. Discovered at the end of the 19th century, the site was excavated in the late 1980s. Reconstruction work, which began in the mid-1990s, was virtually completed in late 2008 although further excavation work is still continuing. The site is a popular tourist attraction with some 50,000 visitors per year.
3260 Route de Mondorf, 3270 Bettembourg, Luxembourg
Parc Merveilleux, Bettenbourg
The Parc Merveilleux is an amusement park just east of Bettembourg in the south of Luxembourg. Designed above all for children, the park has a wide range of attractions including exotic birds, animals in their natural habitats, a pony ranch, a miniature railway, children's self-drive cars, adventure playgrounds, scenes from fairy tales, a restaurant and a cafeteria. The park is open every day from Easter to early October.
Cloef-Atrium Orscholz, Mius-Kiefer-Straße, 66693 Mettlach, Germany
Treetop Walk Saarschleife
Experience the Treetop Walk Saarschleife from a different perspective on the .
The accessible Treetop Walk in the spa town of Orscholz above the Saarschleife offers unique views and experiences. Experience the unique forest landscape and its life forms in a new dimension.
With an overall length of 1,250 metres and a height of 3 to 23 metres, the Treetop Walk meanders through beeches, oaks and douglas firs of the mixed forest, past numerous learning and activity stations.
The walk and observation tower are designed to be accessible and family-friendly. A maximum gradient of 6% allows access with a wheelchair or pushchair.
57480 Manderen, Frankreich
Château Malbrouck, also called Château de Meinsberg, is a completely renovated medival castle complex close to Manderen in the French Département Moselle.
Rathausstraße 75-79, 66333 Völklingen, Germany
Völklinger Hütte World Cultural Heritage Site
Fascination World Cultural Heritage Site
A visit to the World Cultural Heritage Site Völklingen Ironworks is an adventure: the visitor can go down deep into the dark corridors of the burden shed and climb up to the lofty heights of the blast furnace viewing-platform.
The multi-media introduction to the sintering-plant takes the visitor on a journey through time, from the beginnings of the Völklingen Ironworks right up to the present day. From the roof of the ore shed, a view opens up over the town of Völklingen and the active works of Saarstahl AG. An impressive panorama at any time of year, both by night and by day.
At the granulating-plant, the laid out picnic area, located between colourful aquatic plants and uncompromising steel offers visitors a chance to relax. Then there is the ascent to the top platform 27 metres above ground: where the raw materials were once tipped into the blast furnaces. If anyone feels like going up a little further, they can climb up to the viewing-platform of the blast furnace group from which an incomparable panorama can be seen.
57480 Launstroff, Frankreich
Stones on the border
Stones on the border is called a sculpture road along the German-French border on the heights of Saargau. It forms the German-French counterpart to the northern Saarland "Street of Sculptures"
Saaruferstraße 1-3, 66693 Mettlach
Villeroy & Boch Old Abbey Discovery Centre
A special attraction on the "Saar Loop"
Like no other company, Villeroy & Boch has enhanced everyday living and quality of life for many generations with beautiful and stylish things. A visit to Mettlach's Old Abbey, the headquarters of the company founded in 1748, will take you on a very special voyage of discovery.
The Old Abbey: the company's headquarters since 1809.
The purchase of the former Benedictine abbey by Jean-François Boch in 1809 laid the cornerstone for progressive ceramic production in the region. The Old Abbey has been the international group's headquarters since 1842.
Römerstraße 11, Nennig 66706 Perl, Germany
The roman mosaic
The Roman mosaic in Nennig is one of the most beautiful and largest examples of Roman mosaic art of the 2nd and 3rd century. North of the Alps, this mosaic is one of the very few that remained at their original site. A local farmer discovered it in 1852 by accident. The mosaic originally formed the centre of a Roman grand villa. Seven picture fields display scenes from an amphitheatre, a colourful, yet gruel scenario.
Bahnhofstraße 10, 66679 Losheim am See, Germany
Losheim Historical Railway Club
The Losheim Historical Railway Club has been running historical steam locomotive trips on the railway tracks of the former Merzig-Büschfelder railway line since 12th June 1982.
The route is approx. 15 km long and leads through one of the most diverse and beautiful landscapes in Saarland. Total return journey time approx. 2 hours. All trains have catering on board.
In den Urlaub 9, 54439 Saarburg
... to a huge fun event on Saarburger Warsberg!
In beautiful nature and with a magnificent view, you can speed on our Summer toboggan run rushing down to the valley. Climb in one of our sledges, leavepull yourself to the start and enjoy the fast ride on the over 530 m long track.
The ride goes over many curves and 3 jumps. This will be your rapid ride on the Speedometer displayed. At the end of great pleasure you will gently braked and pulled up to the exit.
Saarwiesenring 14, 66663 Merzig
Climbing park - Ropes course park - Adventure park Merzig
Climbing park - Ropes course park - Adventure park Merzig is one of the newest and the biggest climbing parc in the Greater Region.
Waldstraße 204, 66663 Merzig, Germany
Wolfspark Werner Freund
To keep this unique project going on, even after the death of Werner Freund, the city Merzig took the park over from Werner Freund and renovated the park completley. In this action the areas for the wolves became twice the size.
Even if this is a private site about the wolves and our work with the wolves, want to give you the basic informations about the park.
The park is always open, even on christmas and new year.
THE ENTRANCE IS FREE
Parking: There are enough parking slots at the entrance of the park.
There is a free tour an every FIRST sunday of the month. Meeting point is the enclosure of the arctic wolves at 16 o'clock. The trip is in German. But it is always impressive to see the work with the wolves.
Meeting point: The little house between the enclosures of the Arctic wolves.
Philharmonie Luxembourg, 1 Place de l'Europe, 1499 Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
The Philharmonie Luxembourg, is a concert hall located in the European district in the Luxembourg City quarter of Kirchberg. Opened in 2005, it now plays host to 400 performances each year and has become one of Europe's premier concert venues.
The inspiration for constructing a concert hall in Luxembourg is closely linked to the old RTL Symphonic Orchestra, now known as the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra (OPL - Orchestre philharmonique du Luxembourg). With the privatisation of RTL in 1992, the channel was no longer obliged to support an orchestra. The Luxembourg State decided to take the orchestra over and place it in the responsibility of an establishment specially created for this purpose, the Henri Pensis Foundation. This step acted as the catalyst for political action in favour of ensuring the construction of a suitable concert hall.
In 1995, Luxembourg was nominated European Capital of Culture. The great success of this initiative demonstrated the need for cultural facilities to be further developed. In the same year, the Luxembourg Parliament made the decision to construct, amongst other new structures, a concert hall.
1 Parvis des Droits de l'Homme, 57020 Metz, Frankreich
The Centre Pompidou-Metz is a museum of modern and contemporary arts located in Metz, capital of Lorraine, France. It is a branch of Pompidou arts centre of Paris, and features semi-permanent and temporary exhibitions from the large collection of the French National Museum of Modern Art, the largest European collection of 20th and 21st century arts. The museum is the largest temporary exhibition space outside Paris in France with 5,000 m2 (54,000 sq ft) divided between 3 galleries, a theatre, and an auditorium.