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  • Longwy
  • 19 May 202420 May 2024
    19 May20 May
  • 1 room, 1 adult
  • 1 room, 1 guest

B&B Hotels in Longwy, 1 hotel

Visiting Longwy? We can tell you where to find a hotel

Want to know where the best place to stay in Longwy is? If you are looking for a good deal on accommodation, B&B Hotel Longwy Porte du Luxembourg is the perfect choice. This affordable hotel near to the French border is ideal for exploring both Luxembourg and Belgium! With rooms to accommodate up to three or four people, this three star hotel is the perfect stop off whilst travelling with your family.

Stop off in Longwy: a town close to Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany

At the border crossing for Luxembourg and Belgium, Longwy is the perfect place to stop off in the department of Meurthe-et-Moselle. Need to take a break whilst travelling? Less then two and half hours from Brussels and only 40 minutes from Luxembourg, Longwy is the perfect place to relax for a short break before continuing your journey.

What to see and do in Longwy over a weekend

Perfect if you want to take a break from travelling for a few days, Longwy and the surrounding area has a range of things to see and do. Whether you are travelling with your family, friends or as a couple, you can adapt your plans to best suits your needs.

The top sights in Longwy

To discover the the main sights in the town, take the Maginot trail starting at Longwy Town Hall. The trail will lead you through the town’s remnants of the Second World War and on to other tourist spots. You can see the Saint-Dagobert Church as well as the Saint-Trinité Church’s famous organ. You can walk through Recollets Park and stop in the boutique selling locally made artisanal enamel products.

Monuments and museums to visit in Longwy

For an injection of Grand Est culture, visit Longwy’s Enamel Museum, where enamel and earthenware from the 19th and 20th century is displayed, along with one of the largest collections of irons in the world. You can also explore Longwy’s Steel Industry Museum, which provides a detailed account of this quaint town’s history.