Credit: ©Luxembourg City Tourist Office

On the occasion of the Easter holidays, the Luxembourg City Tourist Office (LCTO) has announced it is organising its “Easter Safari” for the third time.

Based on its fun “City Safari” circuit developed with Luxembourg's National Museum of Natural History (Musée national d’histoire naturelle - MNHN), the “Easter Safari” invites not only the discovery of the urban jungle and also the discovery of a very particular animal.

For two hours, an experienced guide will take children (recommended age four to twelve years) and their chaperones through the city centre to look for the many animals hiding there, including lions, a lizard and even a unicorn.

For Easter, children must also go in search of a very special animal: the “Péckvillchen”. Along the circuit, there are several “Péckvillercher”, small terracotta whistles in the shape of birds traditionally sold on Easter Monday at the “Éimaischen”.

During the period from Saturday 30 March to Sunday 14 April 2025, the “Easter Safari” will take place in Luxembourgish, German, and French with the English dates set for Saturday 30 March, 6 April at 15:00 and Thursday 11 April at 14:00.

Tickets are now available on and at the LCTO tourist information office located at Place Guillaume II. The number of participants is limited to 20 people per guided tour.

The LCTO is also organising a digital egg hunt on its social networks for the Easter weekend. Those finding them may win a small gift from the new “Péckvillercher” range. These whistling birds were made in a Ligue HMC workshop (Ligue luxembourgeoise pour le secours aux enfants, aux adolescents et aux adultes mentalement ou cérébralement handicapés) which supports people with intellectual disabilities and is committed to their social, professional and cultural inclusion.