Guided tour of the Pathways Trail

The Sentier des Passeurs, or Path of the Passers, offers a guided tour every Sunday morning between July 31 and August 28. It's the perfect opportunity to retrace the steps of the men and women who fled the German occupation. Relive their journey to discover the hardships and adventures experienced during the war.

From 31 July 2022
to 28 August 2022

Dive into the heart of the Second World War by crossing the Path of the Passers. This guided tour retraces the trail of the Luxembourg resistance fighters and others who refused to be drafted by the German army. Walk in the footsteps of these heroes who undertook a perilous journey to Belgium. This trail is highlighted with explanatory boards that will allow you to better understand the historical context and the routes taken.

Two circuits are available that deal with different themes. First, the Pathway of the Passers North focuses on the borders and paths used by the passers. The second itinerary, the Path of the Passers South, tells the story of the resistance in the village of Sassel.

We suggest a guided tour on Sunday, July 31 at 10:30 am to discover them.

For those who are not available, don’t panic! Other dates are scheduled on Sundays, August 7, 14, 21, and 28, 2022, at 10:30 am.

If these dates do not suit you, we suggest you take advantage of an interactive hike with the Eislek application. Throughout your walk, you will receive interesting information, stories, and testimonies in the form of videos and audio. Enjoy an immersive journey that takes you through history.

For more information, please visit this site.

Useful information

Address
Rue de la Gare
9906  Troisvierges
Country Luxembourg
Telephone + 352 24 54 48 81

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Departure and arrival at the Troisvierges train station. At the price of 5€ for adults and children from 11 years old. Free for children up to 10 years old.
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