Luxembourg travel costs

Luxembourg is a small country in Central Europe. Its neighbors are Belgium, France, and Germany. Its rural setting attracts travelers with its thick forests and beautiful natural parks in the north and its wild gorges in the east. The capital, Luxembourg City is a fortified medieval town, on a high cliff.

How much does it cost to visit Luxembourg?

If you’re visiting Luxembourg, put aside around € 65 for your daily travel costs. This amount doesn’t include accommodation costs, however. If you want to learn more about Luxembourg’s travel costs, please have a look below.

Luxembourg accommodation costs

Hotel or hostel for one person€ 30 – 139
Typical double room€ 60 – 278

Luxembourg food and drinks costs

Meal in an inexpensive restaurant€ 12 – 20
Meal in a mid-range restaurant€ 25 – 40
Local beer (0.5 liter, draught)€ 4 – 6
Water (0.33 liter, bottle)
Tap water is safe to drink in Luxembourg, however.
€ 1.80 – 3
Luxembourg travel costs for eating and drinking on vacation

Luxembourg fares and public transport

One-way public transportation ticket€ 2
Taxi (price per kilometer)€ 2.50 – 3.64
Gasoline (1 liter)€ 1.11 – 1.30
Luxembourg travel costs for getting around
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A summer night in Remich, Luxembourg

Luxembourg visiting costs – Top attractions in Luxemburg

Bofferding€ 12
Luxembourg American Cemetery MemorialFree
MNHM Musee National d’Histoire Militaire€ 5
Mullerthal TrailFree
Le Chemin de la CornicheFree
Luxembourg travel costs for sightseeing

Luxembourg Card

24h Luxembourg Card€ 13
48h Luxembourg Card€ 20

The Luxembourg Card offers access to more than 60 attractions.

For more travel inspiration when you visit Luxembourg, read
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Luxembourg travel costs sources

  • Accommodation costs via
  • Food, drinks, and transportation costs via
  • Tap water safety researched separately via Google answers for each city.
  • Top attractions selected using TripAdvisor. Each attraction name is a link to the official website page of that attraction, if available
  • Ticket costs / free access information via the official websites of the attractions. I mentioned the cost of a regular adult ticket, for permanent exhibitions. Discounts and temporary exhibition prices are available on their official websites.
  • City pass information about prices and what each includes is from the official website for each travel pass. A link is available for each pass to easily find more information and/or to purchase a pass.