Hotel Casanova

10 place Guillaume, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg, 1648, Luxembourg
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Looking for accomodation

by AniaN

Hi!
I am looking for accomodation in Luxembourg from January till end of May. Student's dormitory possible. I can share a room with another girl. I look for sth rather cheap (300-500 EUR per person).
Thanks for any help
Ania

Re: Looking for accomodation

by perecarka

Hello Ania,

I'm coming to Luxembourg on the 1st of May to do a 3 month traineeship in ECJ, looking for an apartment/studio/room. Don't you have any ideas how to rent it? Where should I check?

Thanks,

Petra

Travel Tips for Luxembourg

Luxembourg ...

by Lucky79

As far back as 963 Count Siegfried chose the Bock promontory to build his fortress which was to become, together with the first market near Saint Michael’s Church, the cradle of the city, surrounded by a simple fortification. In the course of the years a second and third fortification were constructed on the west side, whereas the rocks of the “Pétrusse” Valley and of the “Alzette” Valley constituted a safe natural defence. All these powerful ramparts, however, did not prevent the Burgundians from taking the city by surprise in 1443; it developed into a strategic position, important on the European chess-board. After more than four centuries the best military engineers of the Burgundians, the French, the Spaniards, the Austrians and of the Germanic Confederation ended up transforming the city into one of the mightiest emplacements in the world, known as the “Gibraltar of the North”. Three girdles of battlements provided its defence: the inner one was fortified with bastions; the second included fifteen forts and the third was composed of an exterior wall, containing nine forts, all hewn into the rock. An extraordinary network of 23 km of underground tunnels - the so-called casemates - and more than 40.000 m2 of bombproof rooms were hewn in the rocky foundations of the city. They were capable of sheltering not only thousands of defenders with their equipment and their horses, but also workshops for artillery and arms, kitchens, bakeries and slaughter-houses.

The fortifications covered a surface of 180 ha, while the city accounted for only about 120 ha, inclusive of its lower districts. The Treaty of London, signed by the super-powers on May 11th 1867, stipulated the dismantling of the bulwarks, 10% of which still remain visible. The fortress ramparts and the historically impressive Old Town enjoy international reputation: in 1994 UNESCO listed them as World Heritage.

Inside OLV Cathedral

by sargentjeff

The church was beautiful, and there were tourists from all over, including many English speaking people.
It wasn't as beautiful as many other churches I've been in, but it is a very worthwhile place to visit.

Letzebuergesch

by LarsLous

Our language is not as so many people think a mixture. In fact it was long time ago a dialect of the mosel-francs, than this dialect evolved and became an official language. Since 1980, Letzebuergesch is one of the offical languages of the country. The other two are french and german, that's because we are so small, and our language is only spoken by more or less 300.000 people in the world. For some years now, you can study luxemburgish at the university ot Trier (Germany). Every Luxemburgian, who finishes primary school, is able to spek at least 3 languages, in highschool, you will have to add at least one more (I had english).

Travelling to Luxembourg in November/December

by morgenhund

There are a wide range of lockers available at the train station for left-luggage storage. Wheeled luggage is recommended particularly if you are having to use public transport to make it easier to travel with your luggage. A waterproof (preferably warm) coat is adviseable as there is a lot of rain at this time of year, and the average temperature is only a few degrees about freezing. Sturdy shoes are recommended as there are a lot of slopes and the cobbles can be quite slippery. No special requirements. Flash for use in the afternoon and evening - it gets too dark to photograph otherwise around 4pm.

Composer of the national anthem

by ATLC

This arch connects Rue du Curé with Place Guillaume. It holds a plaque in memory of J.A. Zinnen who composed the national anthem 'Ons Hemecht' . I don't think I'm far off when I say I think it translates to 'Our Homeland'.

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Address: 10 place Guillaume, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg, 1648, Luxembourg