Getting Around

Luxembourg is a tiny country and it's possible to get essentially anywhere in less than an hour. Bus services are excellent within Luxembourg City and most routes pass through the central bus station, making it easy to get to most places. A standard ticket is €2 while a day pass is €4. The buses also travel out to villages like Junglinster, Mersch, Trier and Wasserbillig.

Bus tickets are valid on the comprehensive train network, connecting to destinations in Germany and Belgium. Renting a car in Luxembourg is also an option as local drivers are polite and the road system is well-developed. Parking can be difficult to find on weekends in Luxembourg City.


Luxembourg Airport

The airport is located four miles (6km) east of Luxembourg city.

Luxembourg Airport (LUX)


The airport is located four miles (6km) east of Luxembourg city.

Getting to the city

Bus routes 29, 16 and 117 connect the airport to the city centre. There's no rail connection but a station is currently under construction to link the airport to the city.


GMT +1 (GMT +2 from last Sunday in March to last Sunday in October).

Car rental

Car hire firms Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Europcar and Sixt are represented at the airport.

Airport Taxis

Taxis are available from the airport.


Airport facilities include information desks, ATMs, banks and foreign exchanges, VIP services, meeting rooms and business lounges, nurseries, disabled facilities, smoking areas, a lost and found, a photobooth, and a variety of shopping and dining options.


Parking is free for the first 15 minutes, except for the underground lots, which charges €2. Parking is then charged at €1.50-€2.50 per additional 15 mins, €15-€65 for the first day, and €5-€65 per additional day.