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Saarburg Waterfall, Saarburg
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was formed when the Leuk River was routed through the heart of Saarburg's old town in the 13th century to provide water for fighting fires. Today, from a small iron footbridge, you can the water cascading through a brick-lined chasm between the center's historic buildings. Nearby, shops and cafes beckon you to stop in for a browse or a bite on the cobblestone streets overlooking the waterfall. Waterwheels turn below, providing power to the city, just as they have for centuries. Our Saarburg trip itinerary planner makes visiting Saarburg Waterfall and other Saarburg attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Lovely sight in a lovely town. Perfect spot where to sip a glass of wine or taste an ice cream in one of the cafès along its sides. Definitely recommended! 
  • It is quite and peaceful place. The waterfall is worth to be visited, even the city. The is a Castle not to far from the waterfall. 
  • Great town to visit and very family-kid friendly. Most ice cream merchants per square foot of any place in Europe. Great Chinese restaurant in town. Waterfall and overall town appearance is ideal and ...  more »