Learn more about Luxembourg: practical information
Are you planning to move to Luxembourg? Are you already settled down? Here you can find all the practical information you have to know, whether you are arriving in Luxembourg or living in for a few years.
Discover the territory of Luxembourg, its population and its major features to know better this European country.
You are looking for accommodation nearby your children’s school, your workplace or your spouse’s one? Just Arrived gives you all the useful information to choose the district of Luxembourg-City or the town corresponding to your expectations.
We also present you the different media in Luxembourg.
Discover the public holiday calendar, the festivities and traditions which are celebrated in Luxembourg. Just Arrived also presents you the culinary specialities.
Finally, find our list of the culte places and church services in Luxembourg.
All you have to know about Luxembourg
You will find in this practical manual of almost 400 pages all our advice, tips and tips to live in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
You will be able to consult it at your convenience. You can take it in your bag, your car or leave it on your desk. With its convenient format, you can carry it in your bag or your car and consult it wherever you want.
In this guide, you will find a lot of practical information to live in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg: schools, shopping centres, health, cultural activities…
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 […]
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 […]
The Brandons Festival or Buergbrennen announces the end of winter in Luxembourg First Sunday of Lent (Christian tradition before Easter) after Carnival in Luxembourg, you can attend the Buergbrennen in the Luxembourg villages. Really spectacular, this tradition consists of burning enomes bonfires to symbolically chase the winter. The “Buergen”, with a large cross at the […]
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 […]