The month of August is a great month to be in Luxembourg. The sun is most likely shining, there is a special tradition to take you to the Belgium coast and of course, the highlight of Luxembourg’s calendar – the Schueberfouer.
For 3 days, the Fräiraim Festival focuses on the music scene of the Greater Region. This is an excellent opportunity to discover more than 600 artists – whether established or still rising to the top. And all of this is FREE and doesn’t even require a ticket!
National Day is finally back in full swing, and we couldn’t be more excited. Read on for all the details on how and where to celebrate this year!
June is Luxembourg’s month. Read more about its traditions so you don’t miss out on the National Day fun!
Philharmonie Luxembourg has announced its 2022/2023 season, and we are beyond excited to share our top picks with you!
Make sure you blend in like a local this May; read on to find out what the Luxembourgers get up to this month.
We love April! We’re especially excited about the traditional pottery markets on Easter Monday, and while you may notice that the church bells fall silent over the three holy days, the klibberjongen will keep things lively!
Although Luxembourg is one of the smallest countries in mainland Europe, it is extremely rich in culture. Our tiny country hosts a large number of castles with some dating back to the 10th century. Here are some of our favourite royal estates!
Did you know that parts of Luxembourg are included on the UNESCO cultural world heritage list? You can find several UNESCO sites in our tiny country…from Luxembourg City all the way to Clervaux.
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