Get your splash on, Luxembourgers! We've compiled a list of our favourite outdoor pools in Luxembourg, so that you can swim in the sun while it's out (It's hot as Hades!)
The 2017/18 season of the Philharmonie Luxembourg promises to be one of the best yet. Check out our top 10 picks of this season's programme!
City Savvy's Adrienne Gross has checked out 4 of Luxembourg's luxury camping sites. So, if you've been wondering where to go camping in the Duchy or are unsure whether to take the plunge, we have your go to guide to camping in Luxembourg.
This year on April 29th you can celebrate Fashion Revolution at Rotondes with an Ethical Fashion Market, Knitting & Upcycling Workshops for adults & children, a Round Table on the Challenges of the Fashion Industry, a Film Screening on Fast Fashion and other activities.
Jump in the car and in 6 hours, you'll be surrounded by enchanted castles, gourmet cuisine and plenty of wine cellars...what more could you ask for? City Savvy's travel guru, Stefania Biani, gives you the ins and outs of travelling to the Loire Valley.
If you haven’t toured the Casemates, we highly recommend doing so as they encompass so much of the history of Luxembourg and wow you with its story. For us, this meant a perfect rainy day activity spent exploring the vast tunnels all the while taking in our fine City's fascinating story.
Watching John Malkovich perform live is a rare privilege; it’s even more extraordinary to be given the chance to chat with the legendary American actor. City Savvy's Alessandro Esposito was lucky enough to experience both.
Akua Naru and Noa delighted Luxembourg last week as part of the Printemps Musical Festival. Be sure not to miss out on the last three concerts of the series!
Burst into the great outdoors and enjoy this refreshing walk in the canton of Capellen.
How many times have you driven past a sign for La Vallée des Sept Châteaux and wondered what it was about, and where it would take you? Well, wonder no more! Let City Savvy's Bex Stapleford be your guide.
Take a hike around Schengen, made famous for the signing of the Schengen Treaty, and surround yourself with European history.
Where can you learn about your voting rights, debate on the EU and watch music and dances from Central and Western Africa, all for free? Luxembourg's Festival of Migration, Culture and Citizenship, of course!