More about Luxembourg: practical information
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…
Typical and appreciated by everyone, the ancestral gourmet celebration of the Pretzelsonndeg takes place in mid-Lent. This year, the Bretzelsonndeg falls on 22 March 2020, the 4th Sunday of Lent. Traditionally, the Bretzelsonndeg is also the occasion to declare your flame to your beloved. And in this uncertain time we are living in, a note […]
The period of February /March, depending on the year, is marked in Luxembourg by the Carnival celebrations, which are part of the beautiful Luxembourg traditions. The Carnival period officially begins in Luxembourg on 2 February,Candlemas or Liichtmëssdag. It lasts until Ash Wednesday, which traditionally marks the end of Carnival and the beginning of Lent before […]
Liichtmëssdag is one of the beautiful traditions that you will discover in Luxembourg on February 2nd of each year. At nightfall, you can meet processions of children with home made lanterns in the streets of your neighbourhood. Take the opportunity to enjoy delicious pancakes since February 2 is also Candlemas Day. Liichtsmëssdag traditions The “Liichtmëssdag” […]
On January 6th in Luxembourg and in many other countries, you can taste the traditional king cake to celebrate Epiphany or Dräikinneksdag (Three Kings Day) in luxembourgish. Epiphany is a Christian celebration that takes place every year after Christmas celebrations on the 6th of january. It is the symbol of the Three Kings’ visit to Jesus […]
Remember 30 years ago, on November 9th, the Berlin Wall fell. Driven by the East German population determined to move west and find families and friends, a whole piece of history was falling… The fall of the Berlin Wall A few years earlier, Mickhail Gorbachev initiated Glasnost and Perestroika in the Soviet Union. Following, the […]
In Luxembourg, the Mantelsonndeg, or”Coat Sunday” is a real tradition that has been going on for years. On Sunday 20th of october, Luxembourg residents and shoppers take advantage of the exceptional opening of the shops before All Saints’ Day, to buy a coat for the Winter or to dress children for the Winter to come. Mantelsonndeg: […]