Don’t think the fun stops with the Carnivals, Easter is one holiday weekend you will want to stay in Luxembourg for.
Customs & Traditions
Make sure you know how to join in with the locals and celebrate Easter in Luxembourgish – time to get singing, whistling and making a joyful noise.
Native Luxembourg Sabrina Deisges on how to celebrate March in the Duchy.
Don’t let language be a barrier to love. Liz Wenger is here to help you flirt in Luxembourgish. Listen and repeat! Lauschtert a widderhuelen!
Singing, saints and sweethearts – light a lantern and sing your way to love and blessings this month. Here’s the City Savvy guide to February’s Luxembourgish traditions.
Cheese, charms and chimney sweeps – what a way to celebrate the first month in 2017. Here’s the City Savvy guide to January Luxembourgish traditions.
December is a month full of traditions, celebrations and gifts in Luxembourg. LuxMeetGreet explains all – from Niklosdag all the way until Silvester. No idea what we’re talking about? Then read on.
Whether your children believe in St Nicholas, Kleeschen or Father Christmas, we have the low-down on where they can meet the big guy this festive season.
Time to light the fires, turn on the Christmas music, wrap up warm and experience the joy that is the Kreschtmaart. City Savvy’s Katrin Iannizzi lists her top picks of Christmas markets in Luxembourg and its surrounds.
November is rich with saintly traditions. Find out more about what the Luxembourgish traditions mean and what events are going on this month with LuxMeetGreet.
Want to watch a ghost parade, complete with home-made torches and a bonfire? Find out about Luxembourg’s version of Halloween with Marie-Claire O’Sullivan-Dahm from LuxMeetGreet!
Don’t forget it’s Luxembourgish Father’s Day on Sunday 2nd October!