Luxembourg is an expensive country, like crazy expensive: transport, food, accommodation, you name it. Way more expensive than its neighbors: France, Belgium and Germany.
But it's also a stunning country that deserves to be seen! Even if you're on a budget.
Luxembourg is a very small country. According to Wikipedia, it's actually the smallest country in the world that is neither a European microstate or an island country (2586 km²). You won't need much time to visit most of it.
Luxembourg is also part of the European Union (it was one of the six founding countries). They use Euros and crossing borders is easy.
So here's an idea for you: stay in Metz to visit Luxembourg. Metz is located in France, around 60km away from Luxembourg, and is way more affordable. You'll pay your accommodation half or a third less than something equivalent in Luxembourg.
It costs €4.99 one way (Flixbus or Blablabus) and takes around 1 hour. There are ~5 buses a day.
Rides start from €5, look at what's available on Blablacar.
There is a train every 30 minutes or so, it costs ~€17 and also takes around 1 hour.
There are €1 bus tickets (BlaBlaBus) from Metz to Paris (both ways actually). Check out the calendar on Blablabus (previously called "Ouibus"), and be flexible on the dates!
You can go from Paris to Luxembourg for less than €6 using this trick (direct buses are more expensive, trains even more).
Strasbourg is an awesome city not too far from Metz (~160km) that is worth visiting! Metz to Strasbourg prices start at €0.99 (Flixbus), €3 (Blablabus) and €10 (SNCF trains).
Strasbourg is also the perfect gateway for visiting Germany. You can even cross the Bridge of Europe on foot to reach Germany!
The mystic underground of the Postojna Cave, most notorious karst cave in the world, with the Predjama Castle, and the iconic Bled with the scenic lake, the 12-century castle and wooden boats to paddle your way to the only true island in Slovenia.
Are you preparing for a magnificent oyster experience? Take this tour and enjoy fresh, delicious oysters that are the star of this private tour. Here you will get a behind the scenes look at how oysters are cultivated, harvested and prepared. Taste oysters and learn how to serve them in a different way.