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Even if the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is one of the smallest country in Europe, the railroad network is about 250 kilometers long. So it’s easy to travel by train.

The national railway company of Luxembourg is known as the Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois, or in English Luxembourg National Railway Company (CFL). Being a small country located in central Europe, Luxembourg has only 275 km of railway tracks. However more than 14 million passengers use the train every year, making it an important transportation choice. Sharing its borders with Belgium, France and Germany, Luxembourg is served by international trains with are operated by railway companies such as CFL, SNCF, NMBS/SNCB and DB.


Have an aimless walk around Luxembourg City ‘s sparkling skyscrapers, wander around the World Heritage fortifications or around the gorge that splits the city into two parts. Then board on train to Vianden and explore the castle, with its silver turrets, visit the Benedictine abbey of Echternach or the medieval castle of Clervaux.


Stay wowed in front of the northern Müllerthal’s weird sandstone formations. Take a train to the Ardennes region and breath some fresh air in its forest. If you like more historical sites, admire the Seven Castles Valley where medieval ruins and prehistoric caves are waiting for you.

Take Home

Your friends will thank you to bring back in your luggage a bottle of fruity Moselle wine. For your family, hop on train to Nospelt and haggle for some blue and white earthenware, or bargain some crystal ware from the outlet factory of Villeroy & Boch.

Eat & Drink

Luxembourg’s cuisine is a peasant one, based on potatoes. If you’re in the Ardennes region, try ham with potato dumplings (gromperekniddelen), and taste the drepp, a strong schnapps made up of honey, herbs or pine. Test some F’rell am Réisleck (trout in Riesling sauce).

New Perspective

Taking the train (Ligne 10) to reach Luxembourg City, you will pass interesting historic towns such as Mersch or Clervaux.

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Reviews & ratings

  • All good. | . | 2017/01/13
    "Great on-board service. Train spot on time. Only problem is train platforms are not notified until 20 mins prior to departure. Was -2 and we couldn't board the train. "

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    Loved It | Deane s. | 2017/01/07
    "Definitely use train again. "

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    Comfortable trip | Terry j. | 2016/11/01
    "2nd class was quite adequate. Nice and comfortable. Only drawback was getting to the Paris NORD station was not terribly clear and took longer than expected "

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    Good trip | Jane t. | 2016/10/28
    "Great trip- train ran to schedule and was a comfortable. Plenty of room to store our suitcases. "

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    Paris to Stuttgart | Sharna f. | 2016/10/18
    "We travelled to Stuttgart with no issues, it was comfortable, clean and convenient. These trains are fast especially as we don't have fast trains in Australia. The only thing was we didn't have much time for our connecting train. "

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    I’d use the trains again | Karen m. | 2016/10/17
    "This was our first experience with using the trains to travel in Europe. Pleasantly surprised how easy it was to do so. Travelled 2nd class and it was comfortable, relaxing, convenient and fast. I'd definately do this again. "

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    Relaxing Journey | Tiffany Lisanne p. | 2016/10/11
    "My family and I enjoyed a very comfortable and relaxing train journey and would definitely travel this way again. "

  • Paris - Stuttgart  | . | 2016/09/28
    "the train trip was great, however I was travelling through to Munich from Stuttgart and we only had 8 minutes to get from platform 3 to platform 15 - when you have luggage in tow and there are crowds of people to get through - this IS NOT easy. That said the train was very comfortable and clean and the journey pleasant. "

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    No seat allocation | Nicholas c. | 2016/09/22
    "Booking directly with rail companies allows the traveller to select seats. RailEurope do not provide this option and it's not possible to request seat allocation from the rail company after they have been booked by RailEurope. My partner suffers from motion sickness so this is an important consideration if we want to enjoy our holiday. Unfortunately we were facing backwards so we won't be taking this risk by booking with RailEurope in the future. Aix En Provence TGV is a fair way from Aix En Provence ville. "

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    France-Germany | Robert c. | 2016/09/20
    "As above, not all possibilities were offered on the Australian website. Thus were not able to get a train direct to Frankfurt Airport. However, we were impressed by the prompt couriering of tickets to our door (next day). "

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