Limpertsberg is located right in the centre of Luxembourg on a plateau. It is a lovely residential neighbourhood with stylish, traditional architecture.
Population: 10 852 at the end of 2018, 25,74% luxembourgish and 74,26% foreigners
Area: 2 km2
Style: Family , Classical
Limpertsberg, a residential district
Highly populated yet still calm, Limpertsberg inhabitants are mainly Luxembourgish families with children or European expats due to the proximity with the large, calm and relatively recent business district Kirchberg.
Limpertsberg stands out from the other neighbourhoods of the City thanks to the many beautiful old houses, green, open spaces and its geographical, sunny location.
This residential area is also very rich culturally, with the Grand Theatre and also Utopia cinema. These two establishments offer a varied and sophisticated programme.
Good to Know about Limpertsberg
Schools : This neighbourhood has a large number of primary and secondary schools as well as international private schools like the Waldorf School. The district is under evolution regarding shools.
The public Secondary school Lycée Michel Lucius in Limpertsberg also offers the IGCSE syllabus, the English system for schools abroad, allowing your children to be educated in English. Have a look at the school section in Just Arrived for schools in Luxembourg.
Transport / Bus: the Glacis means that Limpertsberg is also well covered by public transport. Lines: 4,12, 19, 30, CN1, CN2, CN4.
The Aerobus and many other bus routes leave from the Pescatore bus stop, next to the Glacis.
The City Shopping Bus, that leaves from the top end of the Glacis car park, is a handy way to get in to town to do your shopping and the city night bus means you don’t have to take your car when you go out in the evening: lines CN.
The tramway is going along the Glacis.
Housing: rent and housing prices are quite high making this one of the most expensive residential neighbourhoods in Luxembourg City.
Check the housing prices (rent/buy) by districts in Luxembourg.
Our Opinion about Limpertsberg
We recommend Limpertsberg if you are looking for peace and calm in a stylish residential area, going on lovely family walks. Check out the walking trails like the Roses or Vauban. For more information on walking tours in the City.
Downside: given the large number of schools in Limpertsberg many inhabitants are bothered by the large number of buses, in particular school buses, going through the area. There is a governmental plan to change this situation by 2025.
A project to build a footbridge for pedestrians and bicycles is being studied at the initiative of the Limpertsberg district Syndicate (“Lampertsbierger Syndicat”). This 350-metre long footbridge over the Villeroy & Boch industrial site would connect Limpertsberg and Bambësch.