Having had the wish to travel to Luxembourg by train in summer for at least five years, a good friend and travel buddy and me decided this august was the time in which to finally make that wish come true. Starting our train journey in Groningen at 5.30 am, we arrived some 10 hours later in the city centre, in which we spent the first afternoon in an eerily wonderful underground art gallery, Am Tunnel, in which we were the only visitors. Then, continuing our way to the main station we did some serious shopping, for which the Avenue de la Gare is perfect. On our third day we explored the old part of the city, situated on the hill, connected to the rest of the country by the beautiful, high stone bridges over the lush valley below. The buildings in the inner city are very quaint and photogenic, and the Notre Dame Cathedral might be the most beautiful place of worship I've ever had the pleasure of visiting. Before leaving for Groningen again, we visited the MUDAM museum, which we loved!