Diekirch takes its name from the nation’s most popular beer and is well-loved by tourists for the colourful local flavour that’s found here. Located in the north and sitting on the Rive Sure, the mountains that surround Diekirch make incredible vistas at each turn. Check out the pedestrian zone for shopping, cafes, and public concerts and head to the old quarter to see St. Laurentius Church and other old-world homes. Three great museums to check out are the National Museum of Historical Vehicles, the beer museum, and the National Museum of Military History with an exhibit that thoroughly covers the Battle of the Bulge. It’s also a good place for those that want a little nature in their holiday. You can bicycle, hike, kayak, or fish while you’re here.