Where? rue Titelberg, L-4678 Differdange
Nature has the final word
Formerly an open-pit mine, the Prënzebierg-Giele Botter nature reserve has been reclaimed by nature. The area now hosts a wide variety of plants—including some extraordinary wild orchids—and also amphibians, reptiles, insects, bats and birds. Let yourself be enchanted by this red and green landscape as you walk along the trails. And just to make sure that you don’t miss any of the reserve’s unique qualities, there are numerous informative panels along the way to help you unlock the secrets of this fascinating landscape.
Trails leading through the nature reserve: Autopédestre Lamadelaine, CFL 29 Niedercorn - Pétange29a - Rodange, Prënzebierg, Sentier géologique "Giele Botter"
Where? 6, Ellergronn, L-4114 Esch-sur-Alzette
The Minett region - officially a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve
Where? rue d'Abweiler, L-3211 Bettembourg
Nature reserve "Beetebuerger Bësch"
Where? 1, du Moulin, L-3857 Schifflange
Nature reserve "Brill"
Where? rue de Rumelange, L-4265 Esch-sur-Alzette
A unique walk among butterflies and orchids
Where? Rue Denis Netgen, L-3858 Schifflange
Nature reserve "Dumontshaff"
Where? Rue Jean-Pierre Bausch, L-4114 Esch-sur-Alzette
From mines to nature reserves
Where? rue des Usines, L-3481 Dudelange
The largest nature reserve in the country
Where? rue de la Crosnière, L-4696 Lasauvage
Nature reserve "Kiemerchen / Scheiergronn / Groussebësch"
Where? Rue Président J-F Kennedy, L-3249 Bettembourg
Nature reserve "Um Bierg"