When we lived in Germany, about once a month we'd head to Utopolis near Luxembourg city to catch a hot new American movie. This is a nice, modern theater that is very similar to the newest theaters in the US. It has stadium-style seating with reclining chairs, armrests, and cup holders. Also, all English movies are shown in their native language with both German and French subtitles. I never saw a German or French movie there, but I suspect they might have English subtitles ... it pays to ask! They have 10 screens capable of seating about 2,700 customers. The cost ranges from 6.00 Euro to 7.50 Euro.
The building housing the cinema also is home to a few restaurants and a couple of stores. Our favorite restaurant was always the Tie Break Cafe -- it is reminiscent of an American sports bar, but definitely with a European flair. They also have a Subway (American chain) sandwich shop, a sushi place, and a few so-called "bistros".
The biggest movie theater is in Luxembourg, Kirchberg. The complex is huge, has 10 different theaters and plays 99% of all the films coming to Luxembourg.
A place to visit and eat there and enjoy a movie on a rainy afternoon.
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