Schueberfouer, funfair in Luxembourg

 In Going-out Leisure, Kids and Family

The “Schueberfouer” is the most popular and traditional event in Luxembourg with more than 2 million visitors! Traditionally, the funfair Schueberfouer starts at the end of August in St. Bartholomew and lasts 20 days. Largest and oldest popular festival of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, its creation dates back more than six centuries in 1340. It is part of the soul of the original Luxembourgers and new residents.

Don’t miss it! This year, it lasts from August 23 to September 11th, 2018!

Located on the  Glacis in Limpertsberg district of Luxembourg City, it attracts more and more visitors every year from Luxembourg and the Greater Region, attracted by thrilling rides, popular food stalls and the magical atmosphere of the “Fouer”.

Popular event for families and other groups of friends, you will find at the Schueberfouer more than 250 attractions and thrill rides to relax with family or friends, and especially for the delight of young and old!

Some hawkers offer items of all kinds to buy and traditional gastronomic relays are also present to restore and eat traditional food. You will taste the traditional Fouerfësch. These are whiting cooked in brewer’s yeast, accompanied by chips, a cold beer or a good glass of dry white wine from Moselle!

Each year, the shops in Luxembourg and other Luxembourgish producers offer activities and animations related to the Fouer. Bernard Massard, producer of crémant and released a special cuvée for the Schueberfouer.

The Schuberfouer is open every afternoon until 1 or 2 am depending on the day.

Reinforcement of public transport is being introduced at the Schueberfouer and special shuttles have been organized from a number of towns and villages to avoid traffic and parking problems. And a great change this year, since the Schuberfouer is now served by the tram, which adapts its night schedule!

For more information about Schueberfouer, click here.

To find out more leisure ideas for adults and children, click here.

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