Here are three of her favourite locations.
Whether it’s for a barbecue, DJ session or a pétanque game, Faber says this is one of her favourite spots to enjoy the warmer weather. “You think you’re in a working district with big buildings around, but then you have this place with a lot of greenery, a lot of trees,” she says. “It’s a really familiar atmosphere.”
More information: www.kyosk.lu
This Italian restaurant, formerly in Limpertsberg, is now in Pfaffenthal. “They don’t have a fixed menu, but every day they have a menu of more than 10 dishes.” She praises the staff’s food and wine recommendations. “They also have a big terrace; it’s a nice view when the sun goes down.”
More information: www.culturando.lu
Dräi Eechelen Park
Situated behind Mudam and the Dräi Eechelen museum is a historical gem, where visitors can walk through the old fortifications or simply enjoy the green space. “You can have a picnic, play football, and from there you have really one of the nicest views on the city and also on the valley,” Faber adds. “It’s a nice place to be with friends and family.”
More information : www.visitluxembourg.com