Campanile Luxembourg Airport

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

22 Rue De Treves, Senningerberg, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg, 2633, Luxembourg
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Rail travel via Luxembourg

by PhillyJohn

I plan a trip in the spring. I remember that I saw a special rail deal connecting Luxembourg, Trier, Saarbrucken & Metz. Is there such a pass? If so, how does it work. I plant to base in Trier a few days and it would be good to know.
In lieu of that what is the fare between Lux. and Trier and Lux. and Nancy or Metz? I could not find a Luxembourg rail site to get this info.
Thanks

Re: Rail travel via Luxembourg

by lostsooner55

The rail site for Luxembourg: www.cfl.lu, does not currently translate to English. I don't understand why you are asking about their fares if you will be based in Trier. Gary

Re: Rail travel via Luxembourg

by lostsooner55

If you will be travelling from Trier to Luxembourg, Trier to Saarbrucken, Trier to Nancy, or Trier to Metz, try this site: http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de. This site does translate. Sometimes fares are available, sometimes they are not. Gary

Re: Rail travel via Luxembourg

by PhillyJohn

I plan to buy a Benelux/Germany railpass, but hoped to visit Nancy & Metz also. The various rail sites I visited did not give fares on international routes, but I did not try the German site for this particular route. Thanks for your help. I will try that.

Re: Rail travel via Luxembourg

by Venelin

http://www.bahn.de/regional/view/saar/bahnregional/freizeit/saarlorluxticket.shtml

You can try this, unfortunately there is no English version for the website. You might try to find a French version though.

It is called Saar-Lor-Lux Ticket and is valid in the province of Saarland, on the lines between Trier and the Lux, Fr and Saarland's borders respectively and in the whole country of Luxembourg, as well as the French region of Lorraine (I'm not sure whether Nancy is included, but Metz is).
You can purchase it anywhere in Germany, as well as online. The DB site is not very clear about purchasing abroad, but it claims that it can be purchased from the train conductors.
It is valid in 2nd class trains only. In Germany in regional trains only, in Luxembourg everywhere, on the lines Trier-Luxembourg and Saarburecken-Metz you can use the IC as well. In France you CANNOT use the ICE and TGV.
It is valid 00:00 - 03:00 on the following day, but ONLY on Saturday and Sunday.
Price: 20 euro single, 20 euro plus 10 euro per additional person.

I hope that this information will help you.

Enjoy you trip in this fantastic area.

Re: Rail travel via Luxembourg

by PhillyJohn

Thankyou very much.

Travel Tips for Luxembourg

A brief introduction to the history.

by Askla

Siegfried, the count of the Ardennes, built a castle at the place which is known as the Corniche. This happened in 963 and the town which developped got the name Lucilinburhuc which means The Little Fortress.
The region became an independent duchy in 1354. Due to its position it was very sought-after during the centu-
ries but from 1867 on it has been independent and neu-
tral, and in 1890 Luxembourg City became the capital of the Grand Duchy.
The city crest has since 1235 looked like it does today, earlier it was the red Limburg lion in a silvery field.

Bridges of Luxembourg

by HORSCHECK

Luxembourg is said to have almost 100 bridges. This is mainly caused by its location high above the Alzette and Petrusse river valleys.

The red sandstone Castle Bridge was built in 1735 and totally restored in 1992/93. It can be found near the Bock casemates.

The 308 m long Pont Viaduct is also known as "Old Bridge" and it was opened in 1961. It spans the Petrusse valley and links the city centre with today's Gare district.

Luxembourg's "New Bridge" is the famous Pont Adolphe which also spans the Petrusse valley. With 211 m in length and 46 m in height it was at the time of construction in 1903 the largest stone bridge in the world.

One of the smaller, but very picturesque bridges is the footbridge Stiechen. The history of this stone bridge dates back to the lates 14th century. The Stiechen is situated right underneath the Bock casemates.

The 'Monument du Souvenir'...

by nighthawk

The 'Monument du Souvenir' (memorial) is a pyramide of 12 metres high. On top of the obelisk is the statue of 'Gelle Fra' (the golden woman), goddess of victory.
Claus Cito, an artist from Luxembourg, made it.
The monument was erected as a rememberance to the soldiers who died for Luxembourg during the wars.

Street animation

by Skipka

Around the core of the downtown there are different groups of street animators such as musical groups, creatures like on photo and actors playing quarreling crew of waiters, typical tourists etc. Everytime when you look somewhere there is a laughter because they all are very amusing.

Institutions of European Union

by Skipka

When there is a morning of working week Luxembourgoises don't like bus number 18 because it is always crowded and there is a Babylon of speeches inside. Yes, officials working in European Institutions are going to work. At the bus stop there is a flow of people who hurry to Commission, Court of Justice, Parliament or Court of Auditors. If you take a bus trip around you will see that all those buildings are nothing special from outside. And believe me that from inside it is the same :)

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Address: 22 Rue De Treves, Senningerberg, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg, 2633, Luxembourg