Do you want to redecorate your living room, change your wardrobe or simply do your shopping? Luxembourg is full of great places to shop once you get used to the shopping habits.
You will find here the opening hours of the stores, our good shopping plans to save money and all the practical information to make your shopping in all tranquility.
Opening of stores in Luxembourg
Opening hours during the week
In the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, retail stores are generally open from Monday to Saturday from 9am to 6pm maximum . Some stores close at 6:30 pm maximum, others are closed on Monday morning.
More and more stores are extending their opening hours on Saturday nights, especially in the city.
Supermarkets and stores located in shopping malls have more flexible hours.
You want to know the products and 100% Luxembourgish and buy local? Don’t miss the “Lokale Maart” promoted by the association Let’z go Local
Store closures on Sundays and holidays
Normally in Luxembourg, stores are subject to certain regulated opening and closing hours. Most of them are not allowed to open on Sundays, nor on public holidays , except in exceptional cases. The period before Christmas, the Freijoer or the Mantelsonndeg” are exceptions.
Attention: as far as public holidays are concerned, remember to do your shopping the day before, including buying your bread. The bakeries are also mostly closed!
Hypermarkets, supermarkets, mini-markets open on Sunday mornings until 12 or 1 pm.
Some shopping centers, in line with the hypermarkets they house, open exceptionally. The Pall Center shopping center in Oberpallen is open every Sunday and holiday.
Only the following stores are authorized to open on Sundays and holidays until 6 p.m. maximum
- bakeries and pastry shops,
- butchers and caterers,
- consumer shows,
- Kiosk-type newspaper stores, souvenir shops or tobacco shops,
- stores in train stations or airports,
- cafes, hotels, restaurants,
- funeral home,
- fairs and exhibitions,
- cabs and ambulances.
Exceptional openings on Sundays
During the year, Luxembourg’s stores open exceptionally on special occasions.
- Fréijoersshopping or spring shopping
- Mantelsonndeg on the Sunday before All Saints’ Day
- Christmas shopping: see our article on Advent Markets
Not only do stores have exemptions to close later or open on Sundays, which makes life easier for everyone who works. But what could be better than to walk through the illuminated and decorated streets and stores with the most shimmering windows? Discover or rediscover your city under a new light, dressed in its clothes of light with the animation of Winterlights. All kinds of activities are planned in the hundreds of stores in the city.
A little tired? Take advantage of this opportunity to visit the stores for a little gourmet and friendly break between 2 stores. Even the kids will love Christmas shopping!
Good shopping plans
The winter and summer sales are 2 big periods for the shops. The dates are set by ministerial order.
The 2021/2022 winter sales will take place from January 3 to 29, 2022.
The 2022 summer sales will take place from June 24 to July 23 inclusive.
Grand braderie of Luxembourg
The big flea market of Luxembourg-City is always held at the end of the“Schueberfouer(beginning of September).
A braderie is a promotional sidewalk sale, a Luxembourg tradition, organized throughout the country. The sale takes place in the streets of the city center and in the station area. All the stores open their doors and sell off their items for the occasion.
Information and shopping tips
You will find a lot of information and shopping tips:
City shopping Info Point Luxembourg
The City shopping Info point is an information area dedicated to shopping in the city center of Luxembourg.
The Cityshopping Info Point is a unique concept in the region: it offers a selection of the latest collections and favorites from the shops in Luxembourg City. It also gives you all the information you need to find your way around the city. All the products on display are for sale within walking distance of the showroom, in the different areas of the city.
The Cityshopping Info Point staff will be able to guide you around Luxembourg Cityand inform you about the commercial offer of the capital.
“Our shopping experts know what they’re talking about, Whether you are looking for a brand, fashion advice, a good restaurant, a nice place to have a coffee, practical help, a supermarket, a charming hotel, beautiful jewelry, a beauty salon, gift ideas, or even cultural activities”- explains Pauline Vogel in charge of the Cityshopping Info Point.
At the Cityshopping Info Point, you will also receive a personalized welcome and find answers to all your questions: where to park, the city’s entertainment programs, or the opening hours of stores and restaurants.
It will be very easy to find your way around the city and to find your favorite stores thanks to the shopping map that is offered to every visitor of the Cityshopping Info Point.
Don’t miss any more new stores in town, by regularly consulting the “New shops in town” corner.
Cityshopping Info Point – 2, place d’Armes – L-1136 Luxembourg-Centre
The City Shopping Info Point is open from Tuesday to Saturday in summer from 10 am to 6 pm and in winter from 11 am to 5 pm. The Cityshopping Info Point is also open from 2pm to 6pm during Sunday openings.
Also check out their brand new website available in several languages.
Internet orders and delivery in Luxembourg
Some merchant sites do not deliver to Luxembourg. There are solutions that allow you to bypass this inconvenience and continue to order your products on your favorite merchant sites. Among other solutions, you will find Packup Import, a service offered by Post. lu and Colisexpat.com.
Other useful websites for good shopping plans
- Visitluxembourg/shopping for shopping in Luxembourg City
- Letzshop.lu, digital platform to buy online products sold in Luxembourg stores
- Eshopping.lu for shopping in Esch-sur-Alzette, 2nd city of the country.
Transportation for shopping
To make the most of the stores, don’t hesitate to take public transport, including on Sundays. All routes (1-31) of the Capital Bus Network as well as some RGTR routes are accessible throughout the day.Don’t forget that buses are free in Luxembourg!
The City of Luxembourg offers a free City Shopping Bus shuttle service to make your shopping easier. These free shuttles leave every 10 minutes, between 1:30 pm and 6:30 pm, from the Glacis parking lot at Limpertsberg (free on Sundays) to the rue Beaumont in the city center!
Monday from 1:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 10:30 to 18:30
Wednesday and Saturday from 8:30 am to 6:30 pm.
On Sundays when the city is open, the City Shopping Bus leaves every 6 minutes between 1:30 and 6:30 pm.
Also consider the P+R parking lots in the suburbs.
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