Languages spoken: Luxembourgish, French and German.
English is generally spoken in shops and many venues.

Electricity: 230V/50Hz. Plug type C and F.

More information on Visit Luxembourg official web site


There are daily flights connecting Luxembourg to most of Europe and beyond.

There are not many intercontinental flights connecting to the rest of the world so plan for a connecting flight.

Just outside of the main hall of the airport there are bus stops for Luxembourg City centre with the bus 29 taking you directly to Gare Centrale where you can take a direct train for Belval.

More information on Lux Airport web site


Luxembourg is well connected with the major European train lines and the TGV line with France.

You can find more information through your national railway operator or plan your trip using the Luxembourgish train operator which will provide the best options to get here.

More information on CFL web site


If you are traveling from non-Schengen countries it is likely that you will need a visa.

If you are coming from one of the countries listed in this document then you will need to apply for a visa.

The procedures to obtain an invitation letter will be published in the next few days, in the meantime you can familiarise yourself with the requirements with the information available in the linked web site.

Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs