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.
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A new school year will begin soon, which means also new school calendar! As 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 start of the school year for Luxembourgish fundamental schools and Luxembourgish […]
June 23, National Day June 23 is public holiday in Luxembourg and corresponds to the theoretical birthday of H.R.H the Grand-Duchess, emblematic figure of the history of Luxembourg. The National Day was moved on June 23 to enjoy the festivities by a warmer summer weather. The Grand Ducal family and all residents of Luxembourg, regardless […]
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 […]
Easter, a Christian religious celebration For Easter, several traditional events take place in Luxembourg, in March or April depending on the year. Indeed, Easter is a great Christian religious day that marks the end of the Lenten period which takes place after the Carnival period. Since the majority of the Luxembourg population is Christian, the […]
Each year, a “greedy” and ancestral tradition is celebrated in Luxembourg : the BretzelSonndeg. This traditional and very popular celebration is held every year in mid-March, the 4th Sunday of Lent. What are bretzels ? Bretzels, also highly appreciated in Germany, are Luxembourgian traditional pastries that exit in 2 versions : salted and sweet. They […]
February is marked in Luxembourg by the Carnival festivities which are part of the pretty luxembourgish traditions. Candlemas Day In addition to the traditionally pancakes eaten on Candlemas Day, your children will be delighted to celebrate the light (“liichten”) on the Liichtmëssdag, february 2nd, in your neighborhood. With elaborate lanterns, “Liichtebengelcher” made in their luxembourgish […]