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Cheap flights from Luxembourg

Luxembourg is a landlocked country in Western Europe bordered by Belgium to the west and north, Germany to the east, and France to the south. This country is officially known as Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, and is the second smallest country in the European Union member states. Its capital, the City of Luxembourg, is the largest city in the country and houses several institutions and agencies of Europe. Luxembourg is also a founding member of the European Union, NATO, OECD, the United Nations, and Benelux. Luxembourg has an oceanic climate with high precipitation especially in the late summer, where summers are cool and winters are mild. Its national language is Luxembourgish and its administrative language is French.

Where to go

Because Luxembourg is a landlocked country, its whole extent can be easily travelled by land. It is a very compact country and one could reach most places from the capital in under an hour.

Get to the country’s capital, Luxembourg City, and see the Luxembourg Castle, built by the Franks in the Early Middle Ages, around which a settlement has developed. The city itself is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, listed on account of the historical importance of Luxembourg’s fortifications. Within the small city is also a large number of remarkable museums, including the National Museum of History and Art, the Luxembourg City History Museum, the new Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art, and the National Museum of National History. Another noteworthy place here is the AM Tunnel, an underground art gallery.

Situated at the centre of Western Europe, Brussels, Paris, and Cologne can be reached from Luxembourg City.

From Luxembourg, fly through its only international airport, Luxembourg Findel Airport, and get to short haul destinations such as London, Lisbon, Milan, Porto, Dusseldorf, Amsterdam, Munich, Barcelona, Berlin, Copenhagen, Dublin, Djerba, Florence, Frankfurt, Fuerteventura, Geneva, Gran Canaria, Rome, and Stockholm. Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands is a popular tourist destination often called as a ‘Miniature Continent’ for it experiences varying climates and is characterised by a variety of landscapes. The long beaches of the island are major attractions here, which feature dunes of white sand that contrast with the green ravines and picturesque villages in the island interior. Tourists visit the southern part of Gran Canaria more, as it tends to have a warmer and sunnier climate than other parts of the island.

Neighbouring countries such as Belgium, Germany, and France are easily accessible by land transportation particularly by train.

The international airport that serves Luxembourg does not operate long haul flights. However, Luxembourg Findel Airport connects to major airport in Europe that provides service to long haul destinations. Travellers can book these types of flights from Paris, London, and many others.

How to get out

Luxembourg Findel Airport is the main airport in Luxembourg that services globally carrying more than 10 different airlines. This includes Swiss International Airlines, Turkish Airlines, and TAP Portugal to name a few. Luxair, the country’s official airline, offers flights to different countries in Africa, Asia, and Europe. However, there are no direct flights going to Australia; one can take a connecting flight from other neighbouring countries such as Germany and France.

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