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The world's last grand duchy — Located in the heart of Western Europe, Luxembourg offers easy access to every big and small city around.
With up to nine flights to London on some days, the financial hub of the world is only a one-hour flight away.
Though the ban on smoking in bars, cafés, and clubs was implemented on January 1, 2014, taxes on cigarettes remain lower in Luxembourg than in most European nations.
As of March, the average prices for a pack of 20 cigarettes was .08, compared to .51 in France and .22 in the UK.
So as long as you speak one of those, you should be able to get by, though Luxembourgers will love you if you make the effort to learn their language, as only about 300,000 people speak it anymore.
And while the plane tickets when flying from Luxembourg's only airport, the Findel, can be quite pricey, there are a few airports close-by in neighboring countries where low-cost companies fly from.
Throughout the country, vestiges of the country's medieval history are also displayed in different museums and can be seen in the Casemates underground tunnels (built for the defense of the city in the 1600s), in the numerous castles, and in the architecture of many towns throughout the grand duchy.
The small landlocked nation of Luxembourg is bordered by France, Germany, and Belgium, and while it is mostly known for its tax breaks for big companies, the tiny country has many perks to offer.
The area of the whole country is 998 square miles, and as of January it counted 562,958 inhabitants.