The Italian community in Luxembourg is one of the most strongly represented communities with more than 21,900 citizens in 2018. Many associations, cultural spaces or meeting places are available to nationals and other communities. The Italian community is one of the 3 fastest growing communities in Luxembourg.
It is following the industrialization and construction of steel mills in Luxembourg to process iron ore in 1892, that the italian communiy is growing in Luxembourg. Barely 1.2% of the population in 1875, they represented 25.5 % in 1925 and 3.6% in 2018. It is the 3rd largest foreign community in Luxembourg and more and more Italians come to settle in the Grand Duchy. They are now well anchored via several associations and an Italian chamber of commerce Camera di Commercio Italo-Lussemburghese (CCIL). 30% of them are based in Luxembourg-City and 7% in Bertrange.
Ferrero is one of Luxembourg’s iconic companies (Findel) with more than 900 employees.
The Italian National Day takes place on June 2nd.
Comites Lussemburgo Committees
Here you will find a lot of information in Italian about Luxembourg. More information: comites.lu
Biblioteca Italiana Circolo Culturale e Ricreativo Eugenio Curiel
The Eugenio Curiel Italian Cultural Center offers a library and media library with books and media in Italian in Luxembourg-Hollerich. The Center is also a meeting place for the Italian Community in Luxembourg. Multiple activities including dating organizations, exhibitions, Italian lessons for children, …
Onsite restaurant, Italian cuisine.
More information: www.curiel.lu
Convivium – Italo-Luxemburg Cultural Association
Founded in 1994, Convivium works to promote Italian culture in Luxembourg through conferences, exhibitions, at an international level. Convivium also founded the Libreria Italiana di Lussemburgo,,
More information: www.convivium.lu.
Società Dante Alighieri
Interested in learning Italian or want to know more about Italian culture? Dante Alighieri organizes Italian language and culture courses of all levels for adults, taught individually or in small groups. It also organizes various events such as cultural aperitifs.
More information: www.ladante.lu
The association aims to promote, disseminate, produce and organize activities related to Italy. Edit a magazine of the same name.
More information: www.passaparola.info
Italiani in Lussemburgo
The facebook page has more than 12,000 members and shares events related to the Italian community.
More information: italiani in lussemburgo
AEDIL – Association of Italo-Luxemburg Entrepreneurs and Leaders
AEDIL was created in 2007 with the aim of creating a business community bringing together Italian and Luxembourgish entrepreneurs from all economic sectors of Luxembourg. The goal is to share experiences and know-how related to 2 different cultures. Events are regularly organized in this context.
More information: www.aedil.lu.