Neudorf stretches 3km along a valley and is located to the east of the City and south west of Kirchberg. It is made up of two villages: Neudorf and Weimershof.

Key figures

Population: 6,177 at the end 2017
Area: 4 km2
Style: Family

Ambience in the district of Neudorf

The long Rue Neudorf is a street between the Clausen and the Findel airport. Neudorf benefits from the Kirchberg shops. Neudorf is rarely visited apart from its inhabitants. And its stretched out configuration means that there is no real neighbourhood feel. Here you can find detached houses from 1880 and 1930-50, as well as more recent buildings.

The district of Neudorf dates from the end of the 18th century with the installation of inhabitants expropriated for the construction of the fortress. The district was mainly developed in the second half of the 19th century with the construction of the Funck-Schamberger brewery, in service until 1982. The site of the old Henri Funck brewery is now transformed into shops and housing.

Major companies like Ferrero have their headquarters at the top of this street, in the Findel sector. This is the case also for Deloitte, before his move to the district of Gasperich.

Neudorf is often mixed with the sector of Weimershof.

Good to know about Neudorf

Schools: there is one primary school in the area and the Petits Lions nursery for babies and toddlers. For more infos about schools in Luxembourg visit the Education section of Just Arrived.

Transport/bus: numbers 7, 9, 16, 20, 25, CN19 operate in this neighbourhood.

Housing: the historic houses of the neighborhood are being renovated little by little, transformed to accommodate a new, younger population.More information on rent and sale prices of housing in Neudorf and Luxembourg.

Our opinion on Neudorf

As it is on the outskirts to the south east of the city of Luxembourg, Neudorf is not known for its community atmosphere. However this may change given the plans for urban re development in the future.

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