Seeing as how there is a remarkable diversity between the landscapes of Luxembourg, it shouldn't come as a surprise that the same goes for its animal and plant species too. Depending on the season, you may see a great crested grebe, a Eurasian hobby or a purple heron. As for the flora, one third of Luxembourg is covered with forests. The French actually even called this department 'the department of forests' when it was still part of France. Oak, beech, ash and maple trees for the leafy variety, and spruce, fir and larch trees for the conifers, these are some of the many tree species you will inevitably come across in this preserved environment.
There are multiple attractions in the Duchy's villages and countrysides.