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Beter-Uit Walsdorf is a beautifully presented site, set in a quiet wooded valley. The 100 touring pitches are set in terraces alongside a small stream...

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2023, 2020, 2019, 2018

Situated in the lovely wooded hills of central Luxembourg, this is a top-quality site with fees to match, but it has everything! A large, central...

This agreeable, good value municipal site is situated on a hilltop overlooking the town. It is quietly located about 1 km. from the centre of...

Located on the banks of the River Sûre, in the small village of Ingeldorf, Camping Gritt offers around 140 level and marked pitches, all with...

Camping Martbusch is situated in woodland on the edge of the small village of Berdorf, in the ‘Petit Suisse’ region of Luxembourg. This area is...

A friendly welcome awaits you at this peacefully situated, family run site, 2 km. from Larochette, which is 24 km. northeast of Luxembourg City, providing...

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2023, 2020, 2018

Camping Val d’Or is one of those small, family run, countryside sites where you easily find yourself staying longer than planned. Set in lush meadowland...

Plage Beaufort is an all-year-round site run by the Syndicat d’Initiative et du Tourisme. It is a little off the main tourist route but there...

Nestling in a valley with the River Our running through it, Camping Kohnenhof offers a delightful location for a relaxing family holiday. From the minute...

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2020, 2019, 2018

Kautenbach is situated in the heart of the Luxembourg Ardennes and was established over 60 years ago. Although in an idyllic location, it is less...

Camping Troisvierges (formerly Camping Walensbongert) is just 300 metres from all the facilities of Troisvierges, a large village with pleasant bars, restaurants and shops. The...

Camping Neumuhle is located at Ermsdorf, at the heart of Luxembourg close to Diekirch. It is surrounded by the Mullerthal and some delightful countryside, known...

This small site is set on a hillside overlooking the small village of Tarchamps and although tidy, it is looking rather worn. The upper area...

This is very much a family site with a great range of facilities provided. It is well organised and well laid out, set in an...

Camping Bissen is a family owned site on two levels, stretching along the banks of the River Sûre, within the idyllic upper-Sûre nature park. The...

Camping Toodlemillen is beautifully situated in a quiet rural valley alongside the River Sûre. A network of footpaths can be accessed from the site including...

Lying some 50 km north of Luxembourg, this community-owned site is situated alongside the River Sûre, only a 500-metre stroll from the pretty village of...

Camping Du Nord is a family run campsite with friendly Dutch owners. It is located in the beautiful wooded valley of Bourscheid/Goebelsmühle. It has a...

Camping Du Barrage Rosport is on the bank of the Sauer River and the border of Germany and Luxembourg. It has well-maintained pitches on grassy...

This site lies in the rolling wooded hills of central Luxembourg, not far from the lakes of the Sûre river dam. Of around 400 pitches...


Nestled between France, Germany and Belgium, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg remains a relatively undiscovered camping destination. Once a place of great military interest, it is now the country’s historic buildings, verdant natural parks and bustling capital that attract around two million tourists each year.

Needless to say, camping in Luxembourg is full of surprises. The north is home to the Ardennes region, a haven of tranquillity that lends itself well to mountain biking and walking. It’s criss-crossed with trails, each of which offers something different to discover, from the history of the Battle of the Bulge to the sounds of the natural environment.

Luxembourg may not be as well known for its wines as France or Germany, but the Moselle valley is lush with vineyards growing Riesling, Pinot Gris and Auxerrois Blanc. Numerous wine festivals are held in the towns along the river throughout the summer months, the most notable being the Fête du Raisin et du Vin at Grevenmacher in early September.

A camping holiday in Luxembourg wouldn’t be complete without a trip to Luxembourg City, the country’s lively capital. A fortress town that grew up during the Middle Ages, it is now a sophisticated, multi-lingual city that mixes urban vivacity with ancient monuments.

Luxembourg City

Basic Information

Capital Luxembourg
Currency Euro (EUR)
Language(s) Luxembourgish, French, German
Time Zones CET (GMT+1)
Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+02)
Telephone Code +352
Units Metric

EU Member Yes
Schengen Area

Tourism Website

Luxembourg is a member of the European Union, and customs inspections are occasionally conducted on individuals and vehicles crossing the border to ensure compliance with regulations.

Shopping in Luxembourg

From the Ville-Haute to the Gare, through the busy pedestrian areas near the Grand Duke's Palace, Luxembourg City offers shopping all day long in the busy shopping streets around the city. The cosmopolitan pedestrian areas include the picturesque streets in the old part of the city with charming boutiques and shady café terraces. The roads surrounding Place d’Armes feature mainly souvenir stores, with abundant handmade items such as pottery and clocks and art galleries. One local sweet treat that is worth a sample is the Luxembourgish chocolates, Knippercher.

Most shops and boutiques are closed on Sundays and open late on Mondays, from about 2pm until 6pm. Regular hours resume Tuesdays through Saturdays, from about 9 a.m. until 6 p.m.

Money in Luxembourg

Luxembourg uses the euro as its official currency. It is advised to carry some cash, but ATMs are readily available in almost all towns and cities, although it is advisable to carry some cash, especially when visiting smaller towns and villages where card acceptance may be limited.

Public Holidays in Luxembourg

  • New Year's Day: 1st January
  • Good Friday, Easter Monday, Ascension, Whit Sunday, Whit Monday*
  • May Day: 1st May
  • Europe Day 9th May
  • National Holiday: 23rd June
  • Assumption of Mary: 15th August
  • All Saints Day: 1st November
  • Christmas Eve: 24th December (1/2 Day)
  • Christmas Day: 25th December
  • St Stephen's Day: 26th December

Please note Some dates are moveable, so please check before travelling.

Driving in Luxembourg

Visitors to Luxembourg who wish to drive in the country must comply with the following requirements:

  1. A valid driver's license: Visitors must have a valid driver's license from their home country.
  2. Car insurance: Visitors must have valid car insurance for their vehicle, covering both the driver and passengers.
  3. Vehicle registration: Visitors must have a valid vehicle registration for their car, which must be displayed on the vehicle.
  4. Road rules: Traffic laws follow the right-hand side of the road. Overtake on the left. The use of seat belts is mandatory for all occupants of a vehicle. Visitors must follow traffic laws, including speed limits, traffic signals, and road signs.
  5. In Luxembourg, you drive on the right and overtake on the left. Buses, including school buses, have right of way when pulling out. On steep roads, traffic driving uphill has priority. 
  6. The use of dipped headlights during the day is recommended for all vehicles, while your rear red fog lights may only be used when visibility is reduced to 50 metres
  7. Safety equipment: A red warning triangle is compulsory in case of an accident or breakdown. It is recommended that visitors equip their vehicle with a fire extinguisher and a first-aid kit, it is also recommended that a reflective jacket be carried and Spare bulbs for your car's external lights.
  8. Unless your headlights can be adjusted, it's a legal requirement to carry headlamp converters (stickers for your headlights when driving on the right, so your lights don't dazzle motorists coming the other way).
  9. Minimum driving age: The minimum driving age is 18 years old.
  10. Alcohol law: The drink-drive limit is 0.05%. For professional drivers and novice drivers with less than 2 years experience, the limit is 0.02%. Anyone suspected of driving under the influence might be subjected to a breath test. Severe penalties include licence suspension.

Luxembourg Emergency services

  • Luxembourg's emergency number for life-threatening emergencies: 112

Weather in Luxembourg


Luxembourg is a small country between Belgium, France and Germany and has a moderately continental climate with cold winters and mild summers.

The warm season lasts for 3 months, from June to September, with an average daily high temperature above 20°C. The hottest month in Luxembourg is July, with an average high of 23°C and a low of 14°C.

The cold season lasts 3 months, from mid-November to March, with an average daily high temperature below 7°C. The coldest month of the year in Luxembourg is January, with an average low of -1°C and a high of 4°C.