Hotel Yasha

27 rue Joseph Junck, Luxembourg City, L-1839, Luxembourg
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Paris-Luxembourg?

by yavili

Hello. I would like to do a one day trip from Paris to Luxembourg. How long would the train take? And is it worth the effort? What do you suggest? Thanks.

Re: Paris-Luxembourg?

by K_V_B

It's jsut over two hours by train from Paris to luxemburg. So it is doable. Whether it's worth the effort is another thing.

Re: Paris-Luxembourg?

by qaminari

It is hard for someone else to decide whether it is worth 4 hours on trains to visit a place without knowing what sort of places you like! Personally, I hate the place though it could be tolerable on a sunny day if you particularly want to visit the fortifications (casemates). You need to look up VT members' travel pages on Luxembourg (put luxembourg into the destinations search box at the top of this page...) to decide what you might want to see and whether, for you, it is worth a day less in Paris to visit it. I have to say I could think of a good dozen places that would be more worthwhile but that's according to my tastes, not yours.

Travel Tips for Luxembourg

Churches of Luxembourg

by HORSCHECK

Many churches can be found in and around Luxembourg's city centre. I have listed some of them under "Things to do". Other churches well worth seeing include the following ones:

The twin towered Saint Alphonse Church is located in the city centre at Rue des Capucins 32. The yellow church is of Catholic denomination.

The Saint Jean Baptiste Church belongs to the former Neumünster Abbey complex. It got its first mention in the early 14th century, whereas its present shape dates from the late 17th century. It is situated in the Grund district.

Just north west of the city centre and opposite to the Norte Dame cemterey a lovely Catholic chapel can be found. Its name is Chapelle du Glacis.

Euro Coins

by MikeAtSea

Luxembourg is part of the Euro Zone, the common currency for Europe. Although all banknotes in the Euro Zone are the same, coins are minted by the individual countries. Hence Luxembourg offers their own coins with the picture of the Grand Duc. Have a look when you get your change, since it may be a collection of coins from a number of European countries including the slightly rarer coins of Luxembourg.

Lézébuergesch

by Yves.HHH

It is not totally true that Luxembourgish isn't a written language, and that french is the most used language. Only the strangers who work in luxembourg (as the French, the Portugise...) speak luxembourgish, and force the luxembourgishspeakers into french. But every one who is born in luxembourg speaks luxembourgish, so that even children of different nationalities who play together speak in luxembourgish. The language has an official grammar, but most people don't learn it and write the language as they like, because it is to difficult and doesn't pay off.
But this doesn't mean that it is not often written. When we write emails or sms, wee allways write them in Lézebuergesch, but we forget the difficult ponctuation... or write some words as they sound. It's also not true that we lend words from french and german because we don't have them, we only don't know them anymore, or they where to difficult. Our language isn't just a mixturem, but involved alongside the other european languages, and is an official language of his own. It's no dutch, because we "Lézéboier" don't understand it, neither do they... Nore do the french or the germans (only some from the boarder if we speak slowly...)
Thank you :)

luxembourg is a very small...

by fabrice

luxembourg is a very small country,part of benelux(belgium,netherlands,luxembourg);
the french justice has a lot of difficulties to open the secret bank accounts of luxembourg,although luxembourg is within the european union!

A great place to relax ...

by Bigjones

Walferdange is not a very well-known place, it's a little village close to Luxembourg-city (15 min. by train) where there is nothing to see except the inhabitants and a few cows :-)

But there is one great thing that you can do there : enjoy the "Pidal Club". This is a big complex where you can go swimming, do some fitness, eat and most of all, relax in one of the many saunas, hammams and jacuzzis. My favorite place there was the bio sauna with fragrances and changing lights. Hmmm ! I also liked the traditionnal Finnish sauna and the swimming-pool outside. It was funny to run around naked outside while it was freezing (it was in january) ;-)

It's a great plan if you spend a few days in Luxembourg during winter. I know nothing more relaxing than that. And the price is quite reasonnable (about 16 €/day)

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Address: 27 rue Joseph Junck, Luxembourg City, L-1839, Luxembourg