The Grund neighbourhood is calm and central, and along with Clausen is one of the most authentic areas of Luxembourg City. Located in the lower fortified part of town it follows the flow of the Pétrusse river, which joins the Alzette (Uelzecht).
Area: 3 km2
Style: Artist , Classical
The Grund, peaceful and unspoilt area of Luxembourg City
The Grund area is calm and still has the feel of a small village; it is a nice place for a walk. Some buildings, like the Abbaye de Neumunster, are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Cobbled streets dating from the 10th century (such as the « Bisserwee »), walls and buildings from the 14th century characterise this very nice and charming neighbourhood.
Amenities in the Grund
Schools: no schools in this neighbourhood. See our education column.
Transport/bus: the bus 20 and 23 goes to the Grund. It is better to use the Saint Esprit lift or walk up the cobbled Bisserwee to the upper part of Luxembourg City.
The Grund, a harmonious historical site where to go out in Luxembourg
The Grund today is a charming place, which beautifully combines its architectural heritage, culture, and places to go out. Historically the most populated area of the city in the XII century, of which the most well known building is the Abbaye de Neumunster.
The Grund is an attractive area as it is calm yet close to the City centre and all it has to offer. However, housing is limited in this area as is access by car. On nice days the high number of tourists can hinder traffic and make it rather noisy and less secure for the inhabitants.