Muhlenbach, a family-friendly neighborhood for relaxation

Muhlenbach district Luxembourg

Located on the northern outskirts of Luxembourg City, in the immediate vicinity of the Bambësch forest, Muhlenbach is a long, green neighborhood with a low population density.
Because it borders the Rollingergrund, Beggen, Eich and Limpertsberg neighborhoods, Muhlenbach offers a high quality of life surrounded by nature.

Population in the Muhlenbach district of Luxembourg

Muhlenbach districtLuxembourg City
Number of inhabitants on January 1, 20232.470132.778
Number of different nationalities87167
% foreigners in total population69,4%70,8%
Source: City of Luxembourg

The atmosphere of Luxembourg's Muhlenbach district

The Mühlenbach district in Luxembourg is small in size, with a densely populated southern part and a green, less populated northern part. Close to the Bambësch forest, this district is ideal for relaxation and family walks. It is one of the capital's chic and very green districts.

Muhlenbach connects the Rollingergrund and Eich. It borders the town of Walferdange and the districts of Beggen and Limpertsberg. The Muhlenbach district offers quality living in Luxembourg, in a bucolic environment with plenty of shade in summer.

The Muhlenbach district originally grew up around the stream of the same name. An ideal setting for the construction of numerous mills, it was here that Jesuits made Luxembourg's first paper.
In the 19th century, horticulturalists settled here, taking advantage of the easy water supply for their plantations. The district has retained its bucolic, green aspect.

Today, with a majority of non-Luxembourgish residents, this district benefits from an interesting mix of populations.

Amenities in the Mühlenbach area of Luxembourg

The proximity of the Bambësch forest is a plus point for this neighborhood in the north of Luxembourg City. Its many footpaths are popular with residents of the area and the city as a whole.

On the other hand, the lack of local shops and heavy east/west traffic are not conducive to development.

Schools: There is no primary school in Mühlenbach. The nearest school is in the Eich district. See Education for more information.

Transport/bus: Only one bus line serves this district, with 6 stops. The Vauban campus is served directly.

Sports facilities: the district boasts a number of sports facilities, including the Flèche d'or de Bambësch shooting range and the Club Spora tennis club. Residents can also enjoy the Mathias Mamer stadium and 3 playgrounds for the little ones.

The large Bambësch playground is a relaxing space for the whole family. Made from natural materials, the three towers and the fortress familiarize children with the town's history.

Living in Luxembourg's Muhlenbach district

Covering an area of 4 km2, the Mühlenbach district offers its residents a family-friendly, highly residential atmosphere. Its location between nature and the city makes it an ideal home for families.

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Price per m2 for saleRental price per m2
11,046 euros33.34 euros
Down 4.01% year-on-yearUp 32.67% year-on-year
Luxembourg City comparison: 12,056 euros/m2 Center region comparison: 30.53 euros/m2
Source Immotop - October 2023

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