Belair is one of the 24 sectors of the city of Luxembourg. Located west of downtown Ville-Haute and the districts of Rollingergrund, Merl and Hollerich. One of the upscale neighborhoods of the capital of Luxembourg, it is very popular in a classic and family style. More than 11,000 inhabitants live in this district, which is nearly 10% of the population of the Luxembourg capital.
Population: 11,387 in 2017
Area: 2 km2
Style: Family , Classical
Ambience of Belair
Belair has a population essentially between 28 and 49 years of age. Mainly families living in private houses with gardens.
As a residential area Belair is popular because it is calm and with a great quality of life. However at rush hour there is a lot of traffic, which can mean some traffic jams. Given its location, and that it is relatively flat, it is very easy to get into the city by bike.
Belair lies between Merl and Hollerich and goes as far as the Rollingergrund.
Good to Know about Belair
One of the oldest and most prestigious secondary schools, l’Athénée, is in this neighbourhood.
Transport/Bus: bus 6, 8, 12,13,15 31, CN2 allow easy access to Hamilius.
Housing: Belair is a residential area with many families. Before making your decision where to live, consult our comparison of the different districts of Luxembourg and have also a look at the real estate market prices, rent or buy, by neighbourhood in Luxembourg City. Belair is one of the most expensive district in Luxembourg.
Our Opinion about Belair
Belair is a nice neighbourhood in which to live. Right next to the city centre it means easy access to the shops. The Park Merl/Belair is a regular meeting place for new Mums to the area, as it is ideally situated.
Downside: there is not much in the way of leisure activities in the neighbourhood.