The Grand Duchy’s capital is often underestimated. Not only is it an important financial center, but also a host to many trendy venues. Thanks to its small surface area, both commercial centers and recreational hotspots lie nearby to each other.
Luxembourg-city is home to approximately 100,000 residents, 77% of which are foreigners, from countries that are members of the European Union, making them the most multicultural capital city in comparison to other small capitals. Culturally stimulating and varied: museums, art galleries and other trendy places. Bars, cafes, theme nights, exhibitions and concerts … Find something suitable for every taste and age range.
Luxembourg is also very much in vogue in terms of shopping. Particularly the so-called “Solden”, or the two annual retail sales periods, should not be missed. During these periods you will find ready-to-wear, luxury brands, and jewelry or electronics products at unbeatable prices. Gastronomically, this small country makes a name for itself with its Luxembourg wines, particularly the white wines, Pinot Gris or Crémant will inspire you! Try an exceptional drop in one of the capital city’s many trendy restaurants, as well as across the country. Should you want to work on your own cooking skills, you can choose from a wide range of classes.
In a nutshell: Although Luxembourg is a known dynamic European economic hub, there is a large variety of leisure activities to discover. Bars, nightclubs, restaurants … now it’s up to you to discover your own personal trendy hotspot in the Grand Duchy.