Luxembourg is a Belgian province situated in the south of Belgium. It is one of the 5 Walloon provinces.
Where tourism is concerned, the green lung of the country offers all a nature enthusiast can ask for. Valleys, vast agricultural fields and dense forest make Luxembourg a paradise for walking enthusiasts, nature photographers and sporty outdoors types (kayak, mountain bike, skiing and so on).
Its capital is Arlon, situated in the south of the province. Belgian Luxembourg, so as not to confuse it with the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, is the largest province in Belgium, but also the least populated (275.000 inhabitants). It has 44 communes, the most notable of which are Arlon, Marche-en-Famenne, Aubange and Bastogne
You’ll also find churches, abbeys, castles, fortified farms and lovely little towns built with a local rock type. You can visit some these buildings in Fourneau Saint-Michel, where some typical buildings from the south of the region Sambre-et-Meuse from the 19th century are preserved.