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Eurolines

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Hotels/ Auberges/ B&B Luxembourg

Auberge du Chateau, Vianden

B&B Joy's, Berbourg

Grand Hotel de Vianden

Youth hostels Luxembourg

Hotel Belle Vue Vianden Luxembourg

Hotel du Commerce, Clervaux

La Forêt, Remich

The Seven Hotel

Villas & Apartments

Amicale Kaalber

Apilah Cottages

Blue Pigs Place

Bungalows Hondsbierg

Familie Aust Farm holiday

Gite Rural Hessemillen

Hierber Lillen

Le Secret de Melusine


General information

CIA Factbook Luxembourg

Etiquette Luxembourg

Yellow pages Luxembourg

The weather in Luxembourg

Inhabitants of Luxembourg

Map Luxembourg

Short films about Luxembourg

Luxembourg Card

Luxembourg iat a glance

Luxembourg with children

My Luxembourg

Natural parks Luxembourg

Planner Luxembourg

Safety in Luxembourg

Traffic rules Luxembourg

Visit Luxembourg

What to see Luxembourg

Abbeymuseum Willibrord

Bankmuseum

The Basilica of Echternach

Gallo-Roman place Dalheim

Grand Ducale Palace

Caves in Luxembourg

Grand Ducal Palace

Industrial park Fond-de-Gras

Castle of Beaufort

Mudam Museum

Museum War history

Palais du Luxembourg

Parc Merveilleux

Possen folkmuseum

The Family of Man

Butterfly garden

Camping sites Luxembourg

Campersite Luxembourg

Camping Birkelt

Camping Bon Repos

Camping Martbusch

Camping Plage Beaufort

Camping Weiswampach

Camping Wies-Neu










Luxembourg City

Architecture in centre Luxembourg

Casino Luxembourg

Hop on - Hop off bus

Luxembourg

Luxembourg City tourism

Theaters

Ville de Luxembourg










Other places/ areas

Beaufort

Binsfeld

Biwer

Bourscheid

Clervaux

The old city (UNESCO)

Echternach

Esch-sur-Alzette

La Moselle (De Moezel)

Redrock Region

Livange

Luxembourg Ardennes

Region Mullerthal

Remich

Troisvierges

Vianden

Restaurants/ Culinary

Becher Gare Restaurant

Brasserie Aubergine

Brasserie Bofferding

Hotel du Commerce

La Grappe d'Or, Echternach

Lunchdinner restaurantguide

Luxembourg wines

Luxembourg Cuisine

Restaurant De Jangeli








Going out/ events

Big Beer Company

Concerts & tickets Luxembourg

Culture planner

Den Atelier

Festival de Wiltz

M Club

Melusina

Philharmonie Luxembourg

Jumpprocession Echternach

Language/ Education

European School Luxembourg

Learn Luxemburgish

Luxembourgish for beginners

Secondary schools Luxembourg

NTC Luxembourg

Languages in Luxembourg

Education in Luxembourg

University Luxembourg


Photos/ Travel stories/ Blogs

Baardwijk's Worldview

Expat Mum in Luxembourg

Bicylcle tour through Luxembourg

Gerrit and Mirjam

Luxarazzi

Nature photos

Travel journey walking



Sports/ activities

Golf Club Grand Ducal

Karting Mondercange

Luxembourg Football Federation

Mountainbike routes

Snowheights Luxembourg

Fishin on the Sûre

Walking in Luxembourg



Nature Luxembourg

Fauna in Luxembourg

Haus vun der Natur

Nature park Our

Nature park Upper Sûre


Foundatons Luxembourg

SOS Children's Villages

Animaux dudelange


History/ Culture Luxembourg

Cultural portal

Culture of Luxembourg

History breweries

History Luxembourg

Grand Ducal familiy Luxembourg

Kulturfabrik

Luxembourg American Society

History Benelux


Transport/ Car rental

Boat trips

Budget rent a car

Bus Services

Rent a bicycler

Cycling in Luxembourg

Lifting to Luxembourg

Planner Luxembourg

Railways Luxembourg

Music Luxembourg

All American Music Festival

Brian Molko

Deborah Lehnen

Echternach Festival

Fête de la Musique

Music LX

Modern Times


Real estate Luxembourg

Engel & Völkers

ERA Luxembourg

Immo Center

Jones Lang LaSalle

Rockenbrod

Solum Real Estate



Business Luxembourg

Business in Luxembourg

Business etiquette Luxembourg

Statistical Office

Central Bank Luxembourg

Credit Management Luxembourg

Office assistance



Government Luxembourg

Gouvernement Luxembourg

Justice Luxembourg

Ministry Education

Monarchy Luxembourg

Politics in Luxembourg

Political parties Luxembourg



Shopping Luxembourg

Auchan Luxembourg

City Concorde

Delhaize Luxembourg

Extrabold

Knauf Shopping Center

La Belle Etoile

Shopping Center Massen

Tapis Hertz

Healthcare Luxembourg

Pharmacies in Luxembourg

Clinique Bohler

Centre Hospitalier de Luxembourg

Intoxication

Laboratory

Luxembourg Air Rescue

Dentists Luxembourg

Hospitals in Luxembourg

Media Luxembourg

Le Jeudi

Le Quotidien

Luxemburg TV

Radio Luxembourg

Tageblatt




Jobs/ Internships Luxembourg

Expatica Luxembourg

Internship Luxembourg PWC

Michael Page

Jobs Luxembourg

Internship in Luxembourg

Stepstone

Working in Luxembourg


Religion Luxembourg

All Nations Church

Buddhism in Luxembourg

Islam in Luxembourg

Judaism in Luxembourg

Catholic church in Luxembourg

Octave Celebration

Religion in Luxembourg

Travel guide Luxembourg A-Z

Area Luxembourg

Luxembourg has an area of 2,586 km ².

Best time to travel to Luxembourg

The best time for Luxembourg are the months of May/ September. The summer temperatures in Luxembourgare between 20 ° C and 24 ° C, and the winters are mild with occasional snow. The amount of rainfall is about the same as in the Netherlands.i

Border formalities Luxembourg

For traveling to Luxembourg, you must have a passport or identity card, valid until after stay. A visa is not required.

Campsites Luxembourg

Luxembourg campsites do not differ much from the camp as known in most other countries in Europe. The quality of the Luxembourg campsites is generally good.

Capital of Luxembourg

The capital of Luxembourg is Luxembourg. Since 1994, the Old Town and the fortifications of the capital Luxembourg are on the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Children

Luxembourg with children guarantees lots of fun in nature. The various castles are also very popular among children. In Luxembourg there is entertainment for children of all ages.

Culinary Luxembourg

The Luxembourg cuisine is exuberant and has French and German influences. There are quite a few restaurants awarded a Michelin star. Specialties include pork, as the dishes Judd mat Gaardebounen (pork with broad beans) and Fierkelsjhelli, fish from the river and game dishes, such as Huesenziwwi (jugged hare). Luxembourg is a real wine country.

Economy of Luxembourg

Luxembourg has a stable economy, which is partly due to membership in various international organizations, such as the EU and the Benelux countries. Employees generally have a high income and there is a low inflation and low unemployment rate. Not so long ago, steel was the main product of the Luxembourg industry. In recent years, many new products have come on the rise, such as chemicals and rubber. Nowadays, the banking system is the most important player in the economy of Luxembourg. Banking secrecy in Luxembourg means that Luxembourg banks do not share information with third parties, such as the Dutch tax authorities.

Education in Luxembourg

At the age of six education starts with French lessons, followed by German. In high schools in Luxembourg English is taught, with a choice of Latin, Spanish or Italian.

Electricity in Luxembourg

In Luxembourg there is 220 volt. The outlets in Luxembourg meet CEE standards and connectors from the Netherlands can still be used. An adapter may be required,

Fauna Luxembourg

In the Ösling (northern Luxembourg) there are red deer, wild boar and birds of prey. In the Moselle valley there is the wall lizard. Furthermore, Luxembourg is known for its rich fish like trout, pike, eels and carp.

Flora Luxembourg

The most common tree species in the Ösling (northern Luxembourg) are beech, oak, spruce and maple. On the treeless plains we find many heath. On the Mosel is much wine culture. In the southeast of Luxembourg there is Mediterranean vegetation,

General travelinformation Luxembourg

Luxembourg, officially the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg (Groussherzogtum Lëtzebuerg, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg), after Malta, the smallest country in the European Union. Luxembourg is sandwiched between Belgium, Germany and France. The prosperity after World War II, banking secrecy and the establishment of large European institutions (European Centre Kirchberg from the capital) brought Luxembourg much prosperity.

Geography of Luxembourg

A large part of Luxembourg is scenically a sequel to the Belgian Ardennes (highest point 559 meters, the Kneiff). The north of Luxembourg is called Ösling and is part of the Ardennes. The southern part of the country is hilly. It is less rugged and more suitable for agriculture and it is more industrial than the north. It is also known as the Gutland. The Luxembourg Plateau in south-central Luxembourg, is a large, flat sandstone formation, where the capital of the country is located. Little Switzerland with the Mullerthal is a rocky terrain with dense forests. The Red Countries in the south and southwest of the country are the industrial heart of Luxembourg and therefore offers the most major cities. The German border is formed mainly by the Our, Sure and Moselle. Other rivers are the Alzette in the south of the country, Clerve in the north, the Attert and Wiltz. The valleys of the Sure and Attert forms the boundary between the Gutland and Ösling.

Government of Luxembourg

Luxembourg is a parliamentary monarchy (Grand Duchy). Luxembourg is a member of the EU since 1952.

Healthcare in Luxembourg

The healthcare system in Luxembourg is excellent. Vaccinations are not required for a visit to Luxembourg. There is always a pharmacy night shift or weekend service running. In nature walks, it is wise to check for tick bites. These insects can be the carrier of the Lyme disease is.

Inhabitants of Luxembourg

Luxembourg has 514 862 (2013) inhabitants.

Internet in Luxembourg

Broadband internet access is available in Luxembourg. A large number of hotels, campsites, restaurants and bars offer wireless Internet. On the airport Wi-Fi is available.

Languages in Luxembourg

Luxembourgish is the official language in Luxembourg. French and German are administrative languages​​. Luxembourgish is related to the German language.

Money Luxembourg

The currency of Luxembourg is the Euro. Luxembourg is known for its cheap gasoline and cigarettes. The prices are relatively low. You can pay with credit card at many places. In Luxembourg, there are plenty of ATMs. Banks are generally open from 08.30 to 12.15 and from 13.30 to 16.00. On Saturday and Sunday, the banks usually close.

Pets in Luxembourg

Luxembourg is a dog friendly country. There are many guest houses, holiday homes and hotels where you can stay with your dog. Also on most campsites, your dog is welcome, provided he remains on a leash. Dogs in restaurants are often not permitted. For travel to Luxembourg your dog should be provided with a rabies vaccination certificate for at least one month and at the most one year old.

Religions in Luxembourg

The majority of the people of Luxembourg are Catholic. The Luxembourg Constitution provides for freedom of religion. Other religions in Luxembourg: Judaism, Islam and Protestantism.

Safety in Luxembourg

Luxembourg is a safe country. The national emergency number is 112.

Smoking in Luxembourg

Smoking is not permitted in Luxembourg in public areas such as bars, restaurants, clubs, and public transport.

Telephony in Luxembourg

The country code of Luxembourg is +352.

Tipping in Luxembourg

Tipping is not customary in Luxembourg, however, if you are very satisfied you can of course still give a tip.

Traditions in Luxembourg

The most important religious festival in Luxembourg is the Muttergottesoktav. Mary, patron saint of Luxembourg, is worshiped then. National Feierdaag is the national holiday of Luxembourg and takes place on June 23.

Traffic in Luxembourg

In Luxembourg ther are no toll roads. Plate Country Code: L.

Weather/ Climate in Luxembourg

Luxembourg has a temperate climate, but because Luxembourg is sheltered by the Ardennes, the climate also attract a weak continental climate. In the center and south of Luxembourg it is slightly warmer than in the north. In the north, most rain falls in the south. The months of May and June are the sunniest, while July and August are the warmest. In August and December, the most rain is falling. Snow falls mainly in the upper northern part of the country.

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