GETTING THERE & AROUNDGETTING THERE
By airThe main airport in Luxembourg is Luxembourg-Findel International Airport (LUX).The national carrier Luxair offers flights from many European countries to Luxembourg. Luxair regular destinations include: Austria (Vienna), Czech Republic (Prague), France (Nice, Paris), Germany (Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Saarbrücken), Ireland (Dublin), Italy (Milan, Rome, Turin, Venice), Spain (Barcelona, Madrid), Switzerland (Geneva) and the United Kingdom (London).Luxair offers also seasonal flights to Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Malta and Portugal.Other airlines that offer flights to Luxembourg include: Air France, Alitalia, Austrian Airlines, British Airways, Hamburg International, KLM, Lufthansa, SAS, Swiss Air Lines and TAP.Luxembourg Airport: www.lux-airport.luLuxair schedules: www.luxair.luBy trainLuxembourg has rail connections with Belgium, France and Germany.By carIt is possible to enter Luxembourg by car from one of the neighbouring countries – France, Germany or Belgium.
Public transport in Luxembourg and other major cities is based on bus networks that are very efficient. Tickets and passes can be bought at major hotels, tourist offices, hostels, bus stations and on board.
Taxis are rather expensive. They can be found at taxi stands or ordered by phone. Taxis cannot be hailed in the street.
Driving is on the right side of the road. International and foreign driving licenses are accepted. Driver must also have third party insurance and ownership/rental documents. A Green Card is recommended. Driver and passengers must wear seat belts. Children under age of 12 must travel in the back seats. Speed limits: built-up areas – 50 km/h, outside built-up areas – 90 km/h, motorways – 120 km/h.