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Price and Availability Index in Luxembourg
Holiday Letting Price Information in Luxembourg
We rendered price information data on the above graph to give you more insights on prices in Luxembourg. Prices reach a peak a week in December. The price per night in a holiday letting in Luxembourg this week (22/12 - 29/12) costs on average £91. The week with the lowest average prices is in September (14/09 - 21/09).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Luxembourg
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Luxembourg. Be careful if you plan to go to Luxembourg in December, as it comprises the busiest week of the next 6 months (22/12 - 29/12). Conversely, you will find the highest percentage of available offers in Luxembourgin July (06/07 - 13/07).
Holiday lettings in the uniquely charming Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
Holiday lettings in Luxembourg give a fantastic choice of accommodation ranging from idyllic cottages in the countryside to modern apartments in Luxembourg City. The country’s wealth and compact size means there’s a large variety of world-class entertainment and dining to be enjoyed in the city. You'll also see some of Europe’s most stunning scenery in the nearby countryside.
Dining out and evening entertainment in the capital
When eating out in Luxembourg, you’ll have the choice of an impressive selection of Michelin star restaurants and more casual dining options. Place d’Armes is a great hub for relaxed shops, cafés and restaurants. The Old Town to the north is a pedestrianised district with an excellent selection of upmarket establishments including bars and restaurants.
Luxembourg City has a distinctly international flair, with its own selection of traditional bars, as well as many catering to the ex-pat community such as Britannia Pub and the Scottish Écosse. Café des Artistes in the Grund district is a typical Luxembourgian bar with live music performances in a relaxed and intimate setting.
The sights and experiences you can enjoy around Luxembourg
Luxembourg’s excellent public transport system will take you around its most beloved towns and villages. The capital of Luxembourg City is a picturesque town with a huge wealth of historical and cultural sights. In its Old Town, you’ll find hilltop castles and medieval streets interspersed with chic boutiques and cafés.
Castle Bock and Neumünster Abbey are among the most recognisable monuments in Luxembourg City. There’s a lot more to explore beyond the capital, including the nearby towns of Vianden and Echternach, also with excellent holiday homes.
Vianden is very popular with visitors to Luxembourg for its hilltop castle set among rolling green hills overlooking the River Our. You can take a tour of the castle and enjoy exploring the nearby forest. In Echternach, the country’s oldest city, is a seventh-century Benedictine monastery. It’s still used as an academy today and features impressive architecture and an adjacent museum.
Self-catering with a range of convenient shops and markets
With self-catering holiday lettings in Luxembourg, the capital makes a great place to set up base. Cactus is Luxembourg’s most popular supermarket. It has large stores both in Ville Haute, the town’s medieval centre, and Ville Basse, the charming district where beautiful houses line the riverbank that cuts through the city’s valley.
As with surrounding France, Belgium and Germany, markets are very popular and are a great way to find authentic local products. The range of regularly-occurring markets is vast, but popular examples are the Flea Market at the central Place d’Armes and the Antiques Market in the same place. Food markets such as Bonnevoie, Diekirch and many others are great places to stock up your holiday letting kitchen when in the city.
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