Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

Despite being one of the smallest members of the European Union, Luxembourg is nevertheless the birthplace of the concept of a unified Europe. Together with Brussels and Strasbourg, Luxembourg City is the official headquarters of many of the European Union’s major institutions. A multicultural city by tradition, Luxembourg continues to enhance its cosmopolitan nature. The city of Luxembourg, the thousand-year-old capital of the Grand Duchy, was founded in 963.

Over the course of its history, Luxembourg has been occupied by Burgundians, Spaniards, French, Austrians and Prussians, all of whom contributed to making it one of the best-fortified cities in the world, the “Gibraltar of the North”. Today, the fortress, along with the Old Town, have gained international recognition. In 1994, UNESCO recognized the city's historical importance by naming it a World Heritage Site. 

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Public transportation

Luxembourg Findel Airport to Belval:

Belval is located at about 45 min. from the airport by public transport:

- First take bus line 16, which goes from Luxembourg airport to the central train station of Luxembourg (Gare centrale). The timetable is available here.

- Then take the train line 60, which goes from the central train station of Luxembourg to Belval-University station (the name of the stop is: Belval-Université). The website of the train company of Luxembourg, including timetables, fares and other useful information is: www.cfl.lu/en​​.

 

Luxembourg City Center to Belval:

- First take any bus or tram that takes you to the central train station. All bus schedules can be found here.

- Then take the train line 60, as described above.

 

For further information regarding transportation in Luxembourg (buses and trains), you can also visit the website: www.mobiliteit.lu​​ .

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