Will I need an ETIAS or a Schengen Visa?
Luxembourg is part of both the EU and the Schengen Zone. This means that an ETIAS visa and a Schengen visa will both be sufficient for getting the holder into the country. However, you should consider the rest of your journey or any likely future journeys when applying. A Schengen visa will only allow you to visit one country on your journey (Luxembourg). ETIAS will allow you to visit an unlimited amount of EU countries within a 3 year period. However, remember to check if you are eligible for both visas prior to starting an application.
Why should I visit Luxembourg
Luxembourg is the EU’s second smallest country. However, despite its size, it has a fair share of attractions. Most of which reside in Luxembourg city itself, which is the only sizable place in the country.
Sitting on the top of a cliff, this historical city houses a decadent old quarter and a quirky national museum of history and art. Other draws to the city include the Grand Ducal Palace, The Bock Casements and The Walls of the Corniche.