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Luxembourg, a pocket-sized country with lots of surprises! Tucked between its larger European neighboring countries, Luxembourg is like a tiny paradise waiting to be discovered. Imagine a place where magical castles dot the landscape, where charming cobblestone streets lead you on exciting adventures, and where the air is filled with a blend of languages and cultures. Get ready to explore Luxembourg, a small but incredible country that proves that great things can come in small sizes. 

Best Time to visit

As each season has its own unique charm, the best time to visit Luxembourg largely depends on your preferences and the activities you plan to do during your trip.

The weather is usually most pleasant during spring, summer and autumn.
Spring offers mild temperatures, blooming flowers and beautiful greenery, but you can still expect some rain. The summer period brings warm temperatures and longer daylight. You can ejoy festivals, concerts and open-air events. Keep in mind that the summer months are high season in Luxembourg, making everything more expensive and more crowded. In autumn, you can expect pleasant temperatures, a bit of rain and stunning foliage colors.  

Therefore spring and autumn are the best periods to visit Luxembourg, taking into account the weather, the crowds and the natural beauty.

During winter, it can be a bit colder and wetter, with sometimes a little bit of snow. During the Holidays, Christmas markets and festive events add a magical touch to Luxembourg. Note that some attractions and outdoor activities may have reduced opening hours or be closed during this peroid. 


Despite being a small country, 3 languages are officially spoken in Luxembourg: Luxembourgish, French and German. Besides these 3 languages, English is very common. So as a tourist you have quite a choice to communicate with the Luxembourgers.

The official currency in Luxembourg is Euro (€) and you can pay by card almost anywhere. If not, you will find an ATM on almost every street corner where you can withdraw money.

Luxembourg is a member of the European Union and Schengen Area, making it easy for travelers from other EU countries to visit without a visa.

This also means that the European roaming regulation applies here and you can therefore use your mobile data if you come from another EU country.

Tap water in Luxembourg is completely safe to drink.

Luxembourg has two types of power plugs: Type C and E. They operate on a 230V supply voltage and 50Hz.

The time zone in Luxembourg is in summer GMT+2 and in winter GMT+1.

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Luxembourgish, French & German

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Power plugs

C and E

Time zone

Summer GMT +2
Winter GMT +1

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