Hotel Le Chatelet

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Bd de la Petrusse 2, Luxembourg City, 2320, Luxembourg
Hotel Le Chatelet
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Forum Posts

Exploring Luxembourg City

by Archway

Does anyone have any suggestions / routes for someone who has never been to Luxembourg (City) and knows very little about i? I'll arriving by train and will probably walk from the station to the centre (if it is not too far). It's a day trip (about 8 hours in the City).

Re: Exploring Luxembourg City

by Dabs

Luxembourg City is not all that big, stop by the tourism center and they have some self guided walks or the Petrusse Express is a nice way to visit some of the city, it's a tram that takes a little under an hour that starts from the Place de la Constitution down through the Grund via the Petrusse and Alzette Valleys.

Re: Exploring Luxembourg City

by bugulma

Railway station is not far from the center and you can walk by yourself/ on the railway station there is tourit office where you can tak the map and get some info. i was in Luxemburg with a day trip too. I thin I saw all the main attraction over a day :-)

Re: Exploring Luxembourg City


Yes, take that touristic bus! It is a bit of a walk to the interesting center but perfectly doable (if I remember correctly, about 20 minutes or so).
When you come out of the station, you'll find the bus station on your right hand side. If you want to walk, then keep to the right, past the bus station, straight on.

Travel Tips for Luxembourg

Luxembourg State Bank

by sswagner

I did not know this building was a bank until we came home, yet I knew it was very impressive and looked much like a palace. This can be easily spotted across the walls from the old city looking south.

Place d'Armes

by sargentjeff

This is probably the main square in the city, and although there wasn't a lot going on this day, there are lots of nice things to see in the immediate area. This is also the site of the tourist information office where you can get free city maps and a small guidebook on the attractions.

Grand Duchess Charlotte

by Dabs

I figured if she had a bridge named after her, even if it's a big red hulking bridge that's not very attractive and totally out of character with the architecture of the city, that she must be important so I looked her up to see just who she was.

She reigned as duchess from 1919 when her older sister was forced to abdicate until 1964 when she abdicated in favor of her son. It was under her reign that the powers of the monarchy in Luxembourg became severly restricted.


by DAO

OK. This is complicated. Trading hours are 9am-5:30pm on weekdays. That’s except for some shops that don’t open until noon on Monday. Then there are loads of shops that close for a cosy 2 hour lunch between 12pm-2pm just when you need them. I told you it’s complicated. Now we have Saturdays. Shops can either be open all day or just a half day depending on the owner’s preferences. It’s a little known law that anything you absolutely must have will be closed when you need it. Sundays? Forget it. A few Tabacs and some restaurants only. Bank? Of course they close early. 8:30am-4:40pm Monday-Friday with closures at lunch. The only banks open on Saturdays (mornings) are in the capital.

Voie de la Liberté

by morgenhund

There are several "Voie de la Liberté" milestone posts in Luxembourg, some in more prominent locations than others, all commemorating the liberation by the Allies at the end of the Second World War, in 1944. The Voie de la Liberté starts all the way back in France in St. Mère Eglise, and follows the route taken by the Allies in freeing Europe. There are various points on it in Luxembourg (another is in Hamm 4km from Luxembourg City) and there are a number of books about it and a postage stamp (released in France in 1947 to commemorate the inauguration of the Voie de la Liberté).


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Address: Bd de la Petrusse 2, Luxembourg City, 2320, Luxembourg