Luxembourg brings together international finance. Many banks are located here, and business travellers are looking for furnished apartments, aparthotels for short term rentals in Luxembourg or serviced apartments, from a few days to several months.
Capital of a small country, Luxembourg is nevertheless a resolutely lively and animated city. A true cultural platform, it abounds in places of artistic expression, such as museums, theatres and concert halls. The centre of the country is home to no less than 170 different nationalities who have made their home in a city at the heart of the action. Luxembourg's cultural programme is a reflection of its citizens: multilingual, multicultural, creative and eclectic.
Renowned for its banking centre, it is often forgotten that Luxembourg City is also the seat of many European institutions. Moreover, Luxembourg's business districts are a dynamic and heterogeneous business platform that is not limited to financial activities. Cross the architectural eras of the city from the historical centre to the modern platforms of the business centres.
Situated at the crossroads of Europe, Luxembourg is renowned worldwide for its banking centre. It is also the seat of several European institutions. At once the cradle of Europe and a business centre, Luxembourg is a multilingual and multicultural city that is extremely attractive for business travellers on long or short-term assignments, as well as for expatriates. Regardless of the time spent in the Luxembourg capital, faced with the often expensive hotels, professionals now rely on short-term rentals, apart-hotels or furnished apartments to stay comfortably.
Located in the south of the country, with more than 150 banks, the capital of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is one of the most renowned financial centres in the world. Moreover, thanks to the country's advantageous tax system, the purchasing power of its citizens is among the highest in the world. Luxembourg is considered a tax haven by the European Union. In addition to the financial aspect, Luxembourg is also one of the three seats, along with Strasbourg and Brussels, of the major EU institutions. Among them are: the Secretariat General of the European Parliament, the Court of Justice of the European Union, the European Court of Auditors and the European Investment Bank.
Luxembourg is a cosmopolitan, multicultural, modern and open-minded city with nearly 170 different nationalities living there. Indeed, of its approximately 122,500 inhabitants, 70% are foreigners. And for good reason, it is a popular destination for cross-border workers from Belgium, France and Germany and expatriates from all over the world. Moreover, the Luxembourg capital is a very lively city with an attractive cultural life. It was twice elected European Capital of Culture, in 1995 and 2007. Nicknamed the "Green Heart of Europe", Luxembourg is also a very green city, where green spaces occupy more than a quarter of the city's surface area. Also part of a sustainable development approach, its quality of life in both environmental and social terms is highly reputed.
- The Stoffen Spektakel Luxembourg, dedicated to fashion and decoration fabrics and textiles,
- The Salon du Vintage, which offers vintage clothing, accessories and objects from the 50s to the 90s,
- The Luxembourg mineral expo, an international exhibition dedicated to lovers of minerals, jewellery, gems, fossils and meteorites,
- The Springbreak Luxembourg, the Luxembourg Spring Fair, to dive into the worlds of tableware, garden furniture and equipment and wine,
- The architecture and interior design fair, ARCHITECT@WORK Luxembourg, dedicated to innovations for all players in the sector,
- Luxembourg International Contemporary Art Fair. Art3f Luxembourg, the international contemporary art fair in Luxembourg, brings together artists and art professionals,
- The Cleantech Forum Europe: Exhibition dedicated to new "clean" technologies,
- The Luxembourg Wedding Salon,
- The International Motor Show, Salon international de l'automobile,
- L'Antiques & Art Fair Luxembourg, Exhibition for collectors of beautiful objects, furniture and antiques,
- The Vakanz, Tourism Fair,
- The Expo Creativ Luxembourg, an exhibition dedicated to handicrafts and creative leisure activities.
With the exception of the Cleantech Forum Europe, all these trade fairs will be held at the Luxexpo Kirchberg Exhibition Centre, the main congress and exhibition centre in the heart of the Kirchberg business district, the international financial centre.
As Luxembourg is one of the most expensive cities in the world, the hotel offer is particularly expensive, especially during long missions as well as for travellers coming for training or consulting. Moreover, for expatriates or consultants, the hotel is not at all suitable. They prefer short-term rentals, aparthotels or furnished apartments in Luxembourg or serviced apartments.
Staying in a furnished apartment or apart-hotel during a business trip in the Luxembourg capital allows you to save on average 40% compared to a hotel. In addition to the economic perspective, choosing a short-term furnished apartment or a medium or long-term furnished apartment also means benefiting from quality, spacious, comfortable accommodation and being independent thanks to the equipped kitchen which allows you not to depend on room service or restaurant opening hours. All the furnished rentals in Luxembourg offered on Magicstay have been carefully selected, are secure and allow you to benefit from 24/7 assistance.
Staying in a furnished apartment is the best way to feel "at home" and to be able to continue, on a reasonable budget, your professional stay on a bleisure trip to visit this extremely culturally rich city.
Soon to be in Luxembourg for a few days or as part of a long mission? Find the ideal furnished accommodation.
Luxembourg is a multicultural and multilingual city, its cultural heritage is extremely varied. The city itself is an open-air museum. The remains of the old fortress dating from the 9th century, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, are mixed with ultra-modern buildings. In addition, the well-developed public transport network makes it easy to travel around the city to reach the various points of interest.
In the 10th century, on the Bock Rock, Count Sigefroi decided to erect a fortified castle on this rocky promontory overlooking the city. Over the centuries, the city became one of the strongholds of the world and was even nicknamed the "Gibraltar of the North". The network of underground passages, the Casemates, and the archaeological crypt in which the remains of the fortress are stored, are a real tourist attraction. Also worth seeing is the Castle Bridge, built in 1735.
The new Dräi Eechelen-Fortress Museum has been set up in the Thüngen fort, which was built in 1732-1733. Here the history of the Luxembourg fortress can be discovered thanks to 600 unique objects and original documents.
Nicknamed "the most beautiful balcony in Europe" by the writer Batty Weber, this walk along the former city walls erected in the 17th century offers exceptional views.
This small picturesque district crossed by the Pétrusse and Alzette rivers is ideal for a change of scenery and relaxation. You can stroll through the steep alleys and the stone houses built in the rock, then along the waterfront via the small bridges, before settling down on the terrace of one of the many cafés and restaurants. Indeed, beyond its bucolic side with its gardens, the Grund is also the trendy district of Luxembourg City. You can also visit Neumünster Abbey, a former Benedictine monastery built in the 17th century and converted since 1977 into a cultural centre (Centre culturel de rencontre Abbaye de Neumënster - CCRN).
It is located in one of the many green areas of the city.
The numerous forests and green spaces of the City of Luxembourg extend over a little more than 1000 hectares. The large municipal forest of Bambësch, located in the north of the city and accessible via the Muhlenbach district, is a privileged place to get some fresh air. The Kockelscheuer forest is particularly suitable for leisure activities thanks to the many marked paths and fitness trails for relaxation and sport. Finally, in the neighbourhoods of Bonnevoie and Hamm, several walks such as the Godchaux circuit, take us on the traces of the town's industrial past.
The MUDAM Luxembourg is a resolutely modern construction, designed by Ieoh Ming Pei, famous for having also imagined... the pyramid of the Louvre! Located in the Kirchberg business district, one of the modern districts of the city, it houses an internationally renowned collection of contemporary art. A space for meetings, discoveries and innovations.
One of the many museums in the city, the Villa Vauban is also located in a beautiful green setting. On the programme: French historical and landscape painting from the 19th century, Dutch painting from the 17th century, works by Luxembourg artists from the 19th and 20th centuries, or works (paintings, engravings, sculptures) by European artists from the 17th to the 19th century.
To link the Pescatore park in the town centre to the Pfaffenthal district, located in the Alzette valley, a free lift that climbs to 71 metres high offers a panoramic view of the town.
Do you have a few hours ahead of you? Take the opportunity to visit the city and its main points of interest along the Wenzel Circuit. This signposted walking route takes you through the town from one side of the valley to the other and its 1,000 years of history. Departure at the Tourist Office of the town, for this walk lasting approximately 2h30-3h. A circuit classified as an exemplary cultural itinerary by the Council of Europe.
Located on the Place de l'Europe, in the Kirchberg district near the city centre, the Philharmonie Luxembourg is one of the most prestigious concert halls in Europe. Designed by the French architect Christian de Portzamparc, the building surrounded by 823 white columns is a masterpiece. Concerts are given there throughout the year, not only by the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra, which has elected residence there, but also by classical musicians, jazz musicians and world-renowned DJs.
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