On the banks of the Mosel River, the central European country of Luxembourg is well connected by trains. With your Interrail Pass – enjoy a variety of restaurants and bars in the capital city of Luxembourg. Walk the cobblestone streets of the old town of Bock and admire the little-known regions of the Mosel Valley. An increasingly popular destination, Luxembourg is one of Europe’s treasured gems.

Luxembourg quick facts

  • Population: 540,000

  • Language: French, German, Luxembourgish

  • Currency: Euro (EUR)

  • Dialing code: +352

Trains in Luxembourg

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Interrail passes for Luxembourg

Interrail Benelux Pass from € 105

The Interrail Benelux Pass is the best way to explore Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg. Visit cities like Amsterdam, Antwerp, Brussels, Rotterdam and Bruges by train.

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Interrail Global Pass from € 143

The Interrail Global Pass is the flexible and budget-friendly way to get around up to 30 countries in Europe. Travel by train from one cool destination to the next. One day you're on a pub crawl through Amsterdam and the next you're white-water rafting in Interlaken, Switzerland.

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Places to visit

Waterfall Schiessentuempel
Waterfall Schiessentuempel

Activity eldorado

North-east of the capital is the small picturesque town of Echternach, which is surrounded by a recreational park, offering a range of outdoor activities, including fishing, swimming and kayaking around Lake Sûre. There is also an abundance of walking trails through the magical Müllerthal forests. Hot air ballooning is a popular and thrilling way to take in much of Luxembourg’s spectacular surroundings in one serving and is like no other experience you’ll ever do.

To reach Echternach take a bus from Luxembourg’s main train station.

Vianden Castle
Vianden Castle

Castle charisma

Luxembourg is famed for its grandiose castles – some of Europe’s most spectacular. Clervaux, on the River Cleve is a good starting point for some castle-spotting. The beaming white-walled Clervaux Castle protectively peers over the town. Vianden is another town blessed with castle-charisma billowing from its hilltop. While you’re there take a ride on Luxembourg’s only chair lift for a bird-eye’s view of the city and surrounding countryside.

Clervaux can be reached by train and is a 15-minute walk from the centre. To get to Vianden take a train to Diekirch and then connect to a bus.

Chemin de la Corniche, Luxembourg city
Chemin de la Corniche, Luxembourg city

Luxembourg City - city status, village charm

Luxembourg City seamlessly combines old and new. Take advantage of its diminutive size and view the city on foot or by bike. Take a relaxing stroll along the Chemin de la Corniche – a pedestrianised promenade known as “Europe’s most beautiful balcony”. Absorb the breathtaking vista of deep gorges and greenery, intertwined with the city’s historical remnants. And fit in a museum or two – especially popular is the Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean – and be amazed not only by its fantastic exhibitions but its unique contemporary architecture.

The Chemin de la Corniche is 10-minute taxi ride from Howald train station.The Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean is reachable by bus from Luxembourg’s main train station.

Old town of Luxembourg city
Old town of Luxembourg city

Savour the nightlife

Start the evening savouring culinary delights at one of the city’s Michelin-starred restaurants (Luxembourg has more Michelin stars per square metre than any other country!). Then head to the Grund area, at the foot of the city walls, where you’ll find a vibrant selection of bars and clubs that kick into life as the sun goes down. Within the neighbourhood check out this little evening gem – Café des Artistes. This small piano bar often has live music seeping through its walls and the smoke-stained ceiling adds to the nostalgic ambience.

The Grund area is a 15-minute walk from Luxembourg’s main train station.

Moselle Valley
Moselle Valley

Tiny but tasty wine region

A section of the Moselle Valley sits within Luxembourg’s borders and is home to Europe’s smallest vineyard and wine region. Dotted along the slopes of the valley are a number of quaint wine towns to mosey on down to. Worthy of a visit is Remich, above all to savour a mouth-watering wine tasting tour.

Remich can be reached by bus in about 30 minutes from Luxembourg’s main train station.

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