Travelling to Luxembourg
Luxembourg is a small European nation surrounded by Germany, France, and Belgium. It is one
of the safest countries on earth and is rich in architectural, cultural, and historical heritage.
It stands as a high cultural symbol among the European nations.
The open borders among all of the member states of the
Schengen zone countries
mean that you can easily access
Luxembourg by road, through a car, or a bus.
High-speed trains connect Luxembourg to Germany, Belgium, and France; visitors from these
countries can arrive in Luxembourg on the rail. The journey from Germany, France, and Belgium
to Luxembourg by rail generally takes about 4 hours 30 minutes on average.
The most common mode of arrival into Luxembourg is by flight. Luxembourg's international
airport is the main arrival terminal of major international flights to Luxembourg. Modern
roads connect the airport to other parts of the country to ease travel.