Blink, and you could pass through Europe’s smaller nations without realising. Take Luxembourg, which can be crossed by car in just over an hour at its widest point. Before you know it, you’ve popped out into the surrounding countries of France, Germany or Belgium, with only the eagle-eyed spying the border sign and the striped…
The Schengen Agreement was done in a small village in the south east of Luxembourg. The agreement has changed the way we travel through Europe.Luxembourg is the center of commerce.It has survived two world wars, has a wine industry, resturants,memorials and museums.
Luxembourg also played a role in the creation of the Schengen Treaty. The Schengen treaty allowed free travel across European countries.
A bit of background, Read on. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.bbc.com