Happiness is the art of life. And you must learn this art from happy people, incidents, and places.
And Luxembourg makes one of the most gratifying and heartwarming places on earth. It has the second highest GDP per capita, but ranks 139th our of 140 on the Happy Planet Index.
Could there be more breathtaking places with equally interesting history? Probably! But you wouldn’t find many places with as much abundance of medieval architecture as you would find in Luxembourg.
Don’t listen to me. Listen to Axelle Salvage, a young French who happened to have unlocked secretes of happiness.
The country makes the smallest of all European territories and the only remaining Grand Duchy in the world. If you are pursuing immigration, it’s the most attractive country because of high life-standards and more career opportunities. And if you are interested in exploring the landscapes, expect to be captivated by its beauty.
Its highlights are Ardennes forest, splendid natural parks, rocky gorges of Mullerthal region, and Moselle river valley. Luxembourg City attracts tourists because of its fortified town from medieval. The astonishing beauty of this walled town lies in its location which is on top of cliffs.
Mostly rural, the country is thinly populated. Fun fact: Its foreign population almost equals it local population!
But why so many foreigners want to be part of this community? The reason lies in its financial activities and its authority as a host to key offices of European Union including the European Investment Bank and the Court of Justice.
The diversified industrial activities of this country include maritime and logistics, telecommunication, and chemical engineering.
Just like its industry and its population, Luxembourg maintains a rich culture. June 23 is a notable date in Luxembourg’s calendar marking Grand Duke’s birthday. Another important day comes on 4th Sunday of Lent. You can say it’s a day to express love.
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