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#STAYHEALTHY COVID-19 INFORMATION

When traveling in Luxembourg City, please follow the national instructions on hygiene and health in public spaces. Important links and FAQs are listed below.

With the help of numerous videos and 360° views, Luxembourg City Tourist Office invites you to discover the top attractions of Luxembourg City from the comfort of your own home. This is currently a good alternative to visiting on site and already provides you with inspiration for future trips and excursions.

FAQs - visit Luxembourg in times of Ovid-19 pandemic

Please check the current sanitary measures here: covid19.public.lu

Yes, Luxembourg has never introduced border controls. Please also check the rules on freedom of movement and border crossing in your country of origin, since they may differ from the rules in Luxembourg. Useful links:

Germany

France

Belgium

Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs Luxembourg

You can reach Luxembourg City by car, train or plane. 

Useful links:

Luxembourg Airport

TGV

Luxair Airlines

Deutsche Bahn

SNCB

Public transport is running and all trips by bus, tram and train within the country are free of charge. You can find current bus, tram and train information here: www.mobiliteit.lu

No. There is no quarantine for incoming travellers. If you arrive by plane, a negative Covid-19 test result is required.  

Please check the current sanitary measures here: covid19.public.lu

Theaters, cinemas and museums are currently open in compliance with health and safety regulations.

Yes, cafés and restaurants are open in compliance with current health and safety regulations. 

Yes. Shops are currently open. Health and safety guidelines apply. 

We understand you may be concerned about your personal health and safety while travelling. To help you evaluate the risks involved we recommend you to observe the situation in your country of origin as well as the official sources in Luxembourg. You can find information about current Covid-19 cases and precautionary measures put in place by the Luxembourgish government to limit the outbreak of the pandemic here: covid19.public.lu

In general Luxembourg city counts a bit over 120.000 inhabitants, which means it is a European capital on a human scale, where it is quite easy to avoid crowded places. Moreover, the city offers plenty of green areas and creational spaces as well as biking and walking trails. Thus, it is a city trip destination with a calm and relaxing feel. 

Virtual Tour: Top City Views

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