A paper guide for expats and cross-border workers in Luxembourg

Just Arrived is not only an information web portal about Luxembourg. Since 2005, the Just Arrived® paper guide has been informing all expatriates, newcomers and cross-border workers in Luxembourg about practical life issues to make their installation, daily lives and integration easier.

You will find in this practical manual of nearly 260 pages, expats’ advice, but also our tips to start a new life and understand traditions and lifestyle in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.

Guide Just Arrived 2019-2020

© Just Arrived. All rights reserved*.

In 2 languages, French and English, and with a convenient format, you can take it everywhere with you: in your bag, your car or leave it on your desk. You can consult it at your convenience to find all the answers to your questions about:

  • Accommodation
  • Settling in
  • Working in Luxembourg
  • Getting around
  • Living in Luxembourg
  • Well-being
  • Children & Education
  • Sports & Leisure
  • Discover & escape
  • and other practical information: media, festivals and traditions, public holidays, map of Luxembourg.

Where and how to get the Just Arrived Guide?

Are you an individual?

You can get the Just Arrived® Guide for free at one of our pickup points.

  • to each future resident of the City of Luxembourg at the Bierger Center
  • Our partners

You can also download it for free by clicking the button below.

Are you a company?

Would you like to give a company welcome booklet to your current or future employees in Luxembourg?
Would you like to advertise in our Guide Just Arrived® and/or be a sponsor on our website?

Send us a message, we will get back to you as soon as possible.

*The Just Arrived® guide is a publication and the exclusive property of Just Arrived SARL. The content is protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. Any reproduction, distribution or total or partial representation by any means, without the express authorization of Just Arrived, is prohibited and would constitute an infringement punishable by the Intellectual Property Code.