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City Savvy Guide: Christmas Trees

by City Savvy Luxembourg

Whether you prefer to fake it, or enjoy the fresh pine scent of the real deal, Christmas trees will soon be in your thoughts. But do you know where to find them? Let City Savvy help you with a few suggestions! Did we miss your favourite place? Let us know and we’ll add it to the list!

*In the crazy times of covid…check opening hours/conditions before heading out as things are constantly changing!


Love the idea of a real tree in the house for Christmas, but don’t want the hassle of getting it home – and then finding somewhere to dump it when the festive season is done?  Easy solution!  Head to Steinsel, choose your tree, it will be delivered and then collected again after Christmas.  If you loved it, you can even reserve the same tree for the following year.

Who: Bamschoul Becker
27a, rue Paul Eyschen, L-7317 Steinsel
When: Mon – Sat 9am-12pm and 1:30pm-4:30pm
Contact: 33 73 63 – online contact form
Cost: Prices vary from €35 to €100 (including delivery and pick up)

Faking It

There is barely a shop in Luxembourg not selling artificial Christmas trees this festive season.  Whether you’re looking for traditional, snow-frosted tips, lights, or a completely different colour altogether, you are sure to find something locally. Here are a few to get you started on the hunt.

Address: 5 rue Alphonse Weicker (Auchan Kirchberg), 2721 Luxembourg OR Boulevard Friedrich Wilhelm Raiffeisen, 2411 Luxembourg (Cloche d’Or)

Please find your nearest store on the website

Address: Rue du Puits Romain, 31, 8070 Bertrange, Luxembourg

Address: 80 Royte de Longwy, L-8060 Bertrange and 11 rue de Brill, L-3898 Foetz

Address: Please find you nearest store on the website

Cactus Hobbi
Please find your nearest store on the website

Address: Please find your nearest store on the website

Online shopping option: Marks and Spencer
Christmas deals available including trees and other presents. 

The Real Deal

Every year in December you will begin to find freshly cut Christmas trees for sale.  People may be selling them in your commune from their house, or you can find them at most garden stores and even IKEA.  If you prefer to take home a potted tree that will continue to live after the festive season is over, check out your local plant shop or consider renting as mentioned above.  Bear in mind when purchasing a cut tree that they will last for 3-4 weeks, so mid-late December is the prefect time to get one.

Deverband Garden Center
Address: Gasperich (1, Rue Raiffeisen); Junglinster (62, Rue de la Gare)

Address: Rue du Puits Romain, 31, 8070 Bertrange, Luxembourg

Address: Rue de Grass 100, 6700 Arlon-Sterpenich, Belgium

Address: 5 rue Léopold Sédar Senghor, Luxembourg

Glacis Car Park
Address: Glacis Car park, Limpertsberg

Parc Merl
Address: at the entrance to Parc Merl in Belair

City Concorde
80 Route de Longwy, 8060 Bertrange

Nei Aarbecht
Address: 7 Rue de l’Alzette, 7351 Helmdange

Your Commune
Keep your eyes peeled as one of your neighbours could be selling them locally right outside their house, and sometimes the school, local fire service or town hall will have trees for sale.

Chop Your Own!

Driving in the direction to Trier from Luxembourg, take the exit Wasserbillig and continue on the Bundestraße. Just before Trier, there is a field where you can chop your own Christmas tree. The Christmas tree field is part of a tree nursery, Bösen. If you go, we would love to know your experience!

Teichweg 1, D-54294 Trier, Germany
Opening times:
There are various opening times for chopping your own tree. You can find the details on the website or call (+49 (0)651/82596-0) before visiting.
E-mail: info@boesen-pflanzenwelt.de

If you have any other tips for great places to find Christmas trees this holiday season, please let us know!

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