Located in central Europe, Luxembourg is a small European country packed with beautiful and breathtaking landscapes that offer the perfect backdrop for a road trip. Driving through the Ardennes region is one of the most scenic journeys you can undertake. The winding roads lead you through lush green forests and offer stunning views of the valleys. These roads on Luxembourg, a country surrounded by Belgium, France and Germany, will leave you with memories that will last a lifetime.

Kneiff, the highest road of Luxembourg

Kneiff is a mountain pass at an elevation of 559m (1,833ft) above the sea level, located in the commune of Troisvierges, in northern Luxembourg. At this elevation it’s the highest point of the country.

National Highway 25, a curvy road along the Wiltz river

National Highway 25 (Nationalstrooss 25) is a curvy road located in north-western Luxembourg.