How to Reach Luxemburg City


  • By Plane: Luxembourg- Findel International Airport is the main airport of Luxembourg situated 6 km outside the city. The airport is served by many airlines including Luxair, Air France, KLM, Swiss, Lufthansa, SAS, and British Airways that caters to many foreign countries. City Jet is another airline that offers cheaper and reliable options.
  • By Train: Luxembourg has direct train routes with many other European cities such as Paris, Metz, Brussels, and Trier. Visitors can go to the website of its national railway company CFL for national and international timetables.
  • By Bus: There are some commuter buses that are available from Trier and Bitburg. A direct bus is also available from Saarbrucken to Luxembourg. Though that might be a little expensive.
  • By Car: A traveler can access the city by car from Metz (A3), Brussels (A6), and Trier(A1) connected to the ring road around the Luxembourg City.
  • By Boat: Boat links are available from the German side of the Moselle river to the Luxembourg side.


Since it is a small country, reaching from one place to another does not take much time. Tourists coming for the first time can visit Mobiliteit office in Central Railway Station for queries and help related to the trip.

  • By Train: Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois (CFL) is a government authorized railway system widespread in Luxembourg for commutation. The railway network provides commutation to both the north and southern part of the city. The fares are pretty reasonable making it a good mode of transport for traveling.
  • By Bus: Buses are the most preferred means of commutation among tourists. They are comfortable and available for all the major attractions spots in the city. The bus routes are well connected and are convenient even for the out of town tours.
  • By Car: The roadways of Luxembourg are very well designed and clean and can be easily mapped by a car. They can be rented and are best options for tourists who don’t want to use public transport.
  • By Bike: Bikes and Scooters are also good options for exploring the city.

Know about the preferred mode of transport, average time spent and average distance traveled for commute in Luxemburg City. The most preferred mode of transport in Luxemburg City is Car.

Average distance: 15.4 km Average time: 34.15 min

  • Car 34.48%
    Driving 31.1 min Walking 0.3 min Overall average time for 23.2 kms 31.4 min
  • Walking 17.24%
    Walking 15.8 min Bus 4 min Waiting 2 min Driving 1.4 min Overall average time for 2.94 kms 23.2 min
  • Train/Metro 3.45%
    Train 45 min Bus 30 min Waiting 15 min Walking 5 min Overall average time for 65 kms 95 min
  • Bus/Trolleybus 31.03%
    Bus 24.89 min Walking 7.89 min Waiting 5.22 min Train 1.89 min Other 0.56 min Overall average time for 10.67 kms 40.44 min
  • Bike 6.9%
    Bike 16.5 min Overall average time for 4 kms 16.5 min
Route Distance Time
Mamer to Luxemburg City 11.9 km 11 mins
Beringen to Luxemburg City 16.45 km 16 mins
Dippach to Luxemburg City 16.73 km 16 mins
Windhof to Luxemburg City 19.68 km 19 mins
Bitburg to Luxemburg City 59.09 km 59 mins
Spangdahlem to Luxemburg City 73.7 km 1 hour 13 mins
Riegelsberg to Luxemburg City 95.73 km 1 hour 35 mins
Saarbrücken to Luxemburg City 104.52 km 1 hour 44 mins
Ramstein-miesenbach to Luxemburg City 159.17 km 2 hours 39 mins
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