Children’s education, living as a family in Luxembourg
Taking care of your family and of your children
With the resident in Luxembourg paper format handy guide, you will have all the useful information concerning the well-being of your family and your children in Luxembourg.
Outings and leisure activities ideas, choice of day-nurseries, schools and higher education, information shopping and purchases, administrative procedures and useful information, …
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Under the supervision of the French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs, the French Institute is in charge of promoting the French language and culture in the world and in Luxembourg. For this autumn 2018, the French Institute of Luxembourg has a new look. The premises have been refurbished and the facade redone to improve […]
In Luxembourg, many activities take place every week to occupy children of all ages! If you live in Luxembourg and have children, you are probably interested in exhibitions, hobbies, summer camps or any other event for your children. Just Arrived made a list of 4 useful websites to know absolutely to be kept informed of […]
The “Schueberfouer” is the most popular and traditional event in Luxembourg with more than 2 million visitors! Traditionally, the funfair starts at the end of August on St. Bartholomew’s and lasts 20 days. Biggest and oldest popular festival of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, its creation dates back to 1340, more than six centuries ago. It is […]
A new school year will begin soon, which means a new school calendar! Like every year, many school holidays are planned for your children in Luxembourg. Just Arrived lists the dates of the school holidays below! School calendar 2017-2018 in Luxembourg This year, the school year for Luxembourgish fundamental schools and Luxembourgish high schools starts on […]
June 23, National Day The 23rd of June is the Luxembourg National Holiday. At the origin, January 23rd was the date of birthday of H.R.H the Grand-Duchess Charlotte, an emblematic figure of the history of Luxembourg. The National Day was moved on June 23 to enjoy more of the festivities in a more clement summer […]
Émaischen, a Luxembourgish tradition The Émaischen is a tradition in Luxembourg that takes place on Easter Monday at the end of the traditional Easter celebrations. It is 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 town near Capellen […]