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Cheap Flights to Luxembourg

This small European country might be well-known for its lax tax laws and wealthy population, but behind all of the bank headquarters and supercars lies a country rich with surprises! With its gorgeous medieval castles, quaint villages, and UNESCO world heritage sites, Luxembourg is sure to impress! It is also known throughout Europe for its delicious wines from the Moselle region. In fact, it tastes so good that Luxembourg ranks third in the world for wine consumption!

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Getting to Luxembourg

Luxembourg is such a small country that it only contains one passenger airport, located in its capital. Luxembourg Airport (LUX) is located just 6km from Luxembourg City, and is the main hub for Luxair. Despite its small size, it is served by many major airlines, including KLM, Ryanair, British Airways, easyJet, and more!

Unfortunately, there are no direct flights available from Canada to Luxembourg. Instead, you'll have to route through a European city like London, Amsterdam, or Frankfurt first. Canadians can stay for up to 90 days without a visa, but will need a passport that is valid for at least 3 months after your expected date of departure.

The Best Time To Visit Luxembourg

Luxembourg has a moderate climate, with cold winters, summers without extreme heat, and a lot of precipitation. To avoid the rainy season, try to travel in late fall or early spring (May or October). The tourism industry picks up in the summer months of July and August when the weather is nice and warm, but there is a risk of thunderstorms. Visit in December if you'd like to check out the famous Christmas market on the place d'Armes in Luxembourg City! 

One important thing to note is that if you're traveling outside of July or August, some locations in the country will have reduced services. Most hotels in the city will still be open, but some museums and tourist spots close their doors in the fall and winter. You'll also want to book your hotel well ahead of time if you are traveling to Luxembourg at the end of June, as they see a huge spike in tourism due to a national holiday.

What to Do in Luxembourg

Luxembourg has something to tempt just about anyone, as long as you're not looking for sandy beaches! Here are just a few ideas for inspiration:

  • Visit the UNESCO world heritage site in downtown Luxembourg, where a gorgeous medieval castle overlooks the city centre.
  • Go for a wine tasting in the Moselle region - you won't regret it! Their wines are world-renowned and very tasty.
  • Discover the industrial past of the Red Rocks region and former steelworking sites in the south of the country.
  • Go hiking or biking in the nature parks of Ardennes, where you'll find stunning vistas and smaller villages that will make you feel like you're living in a fairy tale.

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