Whatever your country of origin, prepare your expatriation, facilitate your arrival and successfully integrate in Luxembourg.
Just Arrived is a bilingual integration tool, helping newcomers, expatriates and workers in their daily lives in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
Just Arrived guides each newcomer to Luxembourg for fast installation in that new host country thanks to information in both French and English. Each Luxembourg resident or worker, whether new or not, finds all the necessary support for a successful integration, thanks to shared experiences with other expatriates and borders, good plans and didactic guides.
Published in 15,000 copies, our guide is distributed free of charge by the Bierger Center in Luxembourg city and by companies.
Created in 2016 by Just Arrived, the Ambassadors Club “JAA Club” is a network of volunteer members from different nationalities. Settled in Luxembourg, they all represent their communities.
These Ambassadors listen to the needs of the newcomers to help them in their integration. They are also happy to share their own expatriation experiences and good plans. They are an essential link between the different communities living in the Grand Duchy.
Are you thinking about moving to Luxembourg? If it’s the case, ou need to keep in mind that the real estate prices are relatively high. The main reason behind is a shortage of housing while new developments are not sufficient to meet a growing demand. Besides, the real estate agency Engel & Völkers specifies that […]
Do you like sports and unusual challenges? Do you want to explore the city of Luxembourg differently? So do not miss the DKV Urban Trail of Luxembourg on April 22nd, Luxembourg’s major sporting event! For its 9th edition, join the 3,000 runners and athletes who will run the asphalt to confront the many stairs, elevations […]
The 17th edition of the Duck Race will be held April 28, 2018 in Luxembourg. A good opportunity to enjoy spring days and go to this fun and entertaining event, with family or friends. Duck race, animations and regional food will be proposed. The big plus of this event? Like every year, all profits raised […]
Like every year, the Octave Pilgrimage and market will start the 3rd Sunday after Easter and will end the 5th Sunday after Easter in Luxembourg. The Octave feast is a traditional emblematic festivity of the capital since 1666, laden with history and traditions. When does the Octave take place ? This year, the Octave will […]
Emaischen, a Luxembourgish tradition The Emaischen is a tradition in Luxembourg that takes place on Easter Monday at the end of the traditional Easter celebrations. This festival consists of a folk market which takes place in 2 localities of Luxembourg: rue du Marché-aux-Poissons in the old town of Luxembourg, as well as Nospelt, a small […]
Our Just Arrived guide for newcomers and residents of Luxembourg proudly displays the “Made in Luxembourg” small black crown.
Since 1984, the “Made in Luxembourg” label has established the Luxembourgish origin of products and services. This label is a sign of quality. It has been initiated by the Chamber of Commerce and the Chamber of Trades and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The “Made in Luxembourg” label informs the Luxembourgish consumer about local products. It also ensures that national quality products are better known abroad.
With the obtention of this label, Just Arrived wishes to highlight the local production of its services and insists on the concept of “sharp selection” of the references recommended in the guide.