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…
Following the 2016 Brexit referendum, the British Parliament rejected the agreements negotiated by Theresa May in January 2019. United Kingdom and the European Union are therefore still in discussion on the conditions for the United Kingdom’s withdrawal. Many legitimate questions arise in the absence of agreement. What are the consequences for British nationals living in […]
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 in Lent. This year, the Pretzel Sunday will take place on March 31, 2019. What are pretzels? Pretzels are Luxembourgish traditional pastries that exist in 2 versions: […]
Spring is coming soon? With the return of the nice season, garage sales and other flea markets come back too, to the delight of all bargain hunters and lovers of old books, furniture, toys and other decorative objects. Brocantes of the Place d’Armes Fans of second-hand goods, find from March to November the flea markets […]
Repel winter in Luxembourg with Buergbrennen! On the first Sunday of Lent (Christian tradition before Easter), you can see impressive stakes in different villages and communes of Luxembourg: the “Buergbrennen”. The Brandons Festival, held during the “Buersonndeg”, announces the end of winter in Luxembourg and is traditionally held every year during the Carnival period. Quite spectacular, […]
No time to shop on weekdays because you work? Luxembourg stores are exceptionally open one Sunday a month and also during the Christmas holidays for end-of-year shopping. Opening of stores one Sunday per month During the year, Luxembourg’s stores open exceptionally once a month to allow everyone to do their shopping. These include: Sunday, January […]
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 February 2nd, on the day of the Candlemas or Liichtmëssdag. It will last until the Ash wednesday. Masked balls The kick-off is given […]