Our CSL expert on everything teen related, Juliet, gives us the best places to go in and around Lux for those born after the year 2002!
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.
Carnivals and kids – a match made in Luxembourg. Check out where to celebrate with your family!
Burns night is a celebration of the great Scottish poet, Robert Burns. Whether you’re Scottish, a Burns admirer or would just like to try some haggis, City Savvy has all the information you need to help celebrate in Luxembourg!
Forget SAD-lamps, excessive vitamin D intake or mindless exercise – this is the City Savvy guide to coping with, and possibly even enjoying, Luxembourg’s long dark seasons.
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.
Meredith Moss muses on feeling relatively poor when living in one of the richest countries in the world.
Luxembourgers know how to celebrate New Year’s and so does Helen Evans. Whether you’re looking for traditional, romantic, family-friendly or just mad drunken revelry, she’s got the party for you.
Get into the festive spirit – plan your Christmas lunch today!
Have yourself a Meredith little Christmas. Our heroine celebrates the season Lux-style!
Want to take some time away from Vin Chaud and Saint Nicholas to focus on the true meaning of the Christmas season? Here is a list of the Advent and Christmas services taking place in Luxembourg in English, so you don’t have to miss out on this great expat tradition.
Have you started your Christmas shopping yet? Here at City Savvy we love to support smaller local businesses and you’ll find plenty of unique locally produced ideas for Christmas gifts right here in Luxembourg. Here’s our selection to get you started on that gift list!