Luxembourg Transportation

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  • 1. Take the train

    The main railway station in Luxembourg City is busy and seems to provide both domestic and international trains as well as acting as a bus hub for a number of lines throughout the city and country....

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  • 2. Ride the bus

    I already knew that there was a regular and frequent bus service from Findel airport to the city, with a stop at Luxembourg railway station (Gare)....bus 16. I hadn't realised quite how regular...

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  • 3. Drive your car...

    I went to Luxembourg by car from West Germany. The distance between Cologne and Luxembourg is approximately 230 km and the best route leads via the E-road E44 along Koblenz and Trier. All roads in...

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  • 4. Per pedes

    When crossing this bridge it might be nice to know it is named Pont Adolphe / Adolphe-Brücke / Adolphe Bridge / Adolphe-Bréck in French, German, English and Luxembourgish respectively. It spanns the...

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  • 5. Get airborne

    If you arrive at Frankfurt Hahn or Brussel Charleroi Airports you have exellent shuttle buses to Luxembourg. The journey from Fr. Hahn to Place de la Gare in front of the Luxembourg main station...

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  • 6. All-in-one

    For complete itenarary planning at entire luxembourg via public transport (bus+train). http://mobiliteitszentral.hafas.de/hafas/query.exe/en? A so-called "Billet réseau" (i.e. network ticket, or...

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  • 7. train/bus

    transport between luxembour and trierwhen you buy in luxembourg it costs 9,60 euros and is valid for a day two waysif you buy in trier it costs 11,50 euros...

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  • 8. Elevator between Grund and Vielle Ville

    Grund is the oldest part of Luxembourg city and, imo, you should definitely try to visit. But it's a long way down from Vielle Ville (Ville Haute) to the valley...

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  • 9. Findel airport: tiny but efficient

    Findel airport is only about 8km from Luxembourg city and is served by many mainstream carriers (and now Easyjet as well).It's not huge..one wouldn't expect a...

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  • 10. Gare Lëtzebuerg: Luxembourg City Train Station

    Gare Lëtzebuerg ,as the locals refer to it, is the main railway station serving Luxemboug. It is located in southern Luxembourg City about 2 km from the city's...

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  • 11. Luxembourg airport

    When my friend and I were here, we were flying out at 4am the next morning. We decided to go to the airport as we had nowhere to stay that evening. It cost us...

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  • 12. BUS TO/FROM THE AIRPORT

    The cheapest and easy way to get to and from the capital and Findel International Airport is bus no. 16. Labelled ‘AUTOBUS CENTRE-GARE, HESPERANGE 16’ it costs...

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  • 13. Train

    For me the best way to reach Luxembourg is by train, especially if arriving from Germany where you will be treated to some breathtaking views from the train...

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  • 14. Luxembourg Airport

    It's a small country and a small airport. You will probably be better off flying to one of the nearby mega cities, like Amsterdam or Paris, than flying directly...

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  • 15. VELO! BICYCLES FOR LITTLE OR FREE

    Across the capital there are a series of automated rental bicycle stands that are free for shorter periods of time. Simply go up to the computerised kiosk at...

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  • 16. Grund Lift

    The cobblestoned Grund district in Luxembourg's lower town is connected with the upper town by a free lift, which descends through the cliff. Using the lift...

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  • 17. Hop On Hop Off Bus

    Luxembourg City is rather small and I thought it was easy to get around on foot but if you don't want to walk there is a hop on hop off bus. It's 12E for...

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  • 18. Miniature Train

    I didn't ride the Miniature Train and I'm not necessarily recommending it, but after my overnight stay in Luxembourg City, I felt like a day trip here would be...

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  • 19. Taxi

    Staying in the youth hostel involves a bit of steep walking if you want to go to the city center. It's only a very few minutes walk, but if you've done it 3...

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  • 20. Gare in night

    Connecting the buses and trains in Luxembourg is pretty good. If you are here more than one month or so, the best choice is to buy blue transport ticket (40...

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  • 21. Vel'oh!

    The city has installed a cycle option for citizens and tourists alike! Even though it was raining heavily, there were quite a few people using them.

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