Luxembourg is a major city in Western Europe, located between France, Belgium and Germany. The city is the capital and the country of the same name, and it is the only remaining autonomous Grand Duchy in the world. Luxembourg is a relatively rich state, while it is expensive for tourists. The city is remarkably tightly built, so it is easy to explore on foot. The city has numerous historical monuments, churches and a smaller underground fortress from the 1700s. The city also has a considerable number of Michelin-star restaurants, and other excellent and expensive restaurants. The city's main event is the celebration of Luxembourg's Independence Day at the 23th of June.
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More information: Luxembourg forecast and weather conditions monthly
Compared to prices worldwide, Luxembourg is an expensive destination.
On a tight budget, the daily budget is approximately $93.07, which includes hostel accommodation, budget meals and public transportation.
On a moderate budget, the daily budget is approximately $320.44, which includes a moderately priced hotel, meals at moderate priced restaurants and transportation costs.
- Hotel (2 stars): $56.74
- Hotel (3 stars): $96.59
- Hotel (4 stars): $129.60
- Hotel (5 stars): $180.92
- Taxi ride (3 miles): $23.99
- Taxi ride (6 miles): $44.48
- Beer in a restaurant (16 ounces): $5.85
- Meal, McDonalds: $11.70
- Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant: $19.90
Luxembourg has been classified as quite dangerous with security classification 2/5.
Safety index values (higher is better):
- General: 72.2 (better than United states average 48.0)
- Walking alone during daytime hours: 83.4 (better than United states average 69.6)
- Walking alone at night: 62.8 (better than United states average 41.7)
More information: Luxembourg safety
Things which affect the renting of the car:
- Driver’s license: In the European Union / Schengen a driver's license from an EU country is sufficient, although for North Americans it is recommended to carry a separate international driving license, in addition to the American driving license.
- Direction of traffic: In Europe the traffic is mainly right-handed. The exception is Great Britain, which is left-handed traffic.
- Insurance: In Western Europe, all rental cars include some kind of insurance, so additional insurance policies are often unnecessary (unless you are going to Russia or Eastern Europe).
- Driving abroad: You can drive a rental car almost everywhere within all countries of the European Union / Schengen territory without additional fees. Eastern European countries and Russia are the exceptions and you should always ask the car rental company in advance about the rules.