City Savvy suggests 3 romantic walks in Luxembourg to get your hearts racing.
Tolerant of everything but gluten? Find out all about gluten-free resources in the Duchy!
How can one better manage living abroad and dealing with a death of family or friends? It’s hard losing a loved one but then to live so far away seems to make it even more difficult.
There are numerous things to do when you relocate to a new place: find a home, start work, get the kids into school, find a doctor—each one very important. One thing that is equally important but usually doesn’t make the top ten in your “to do” list is: make new friends.
Walking is so last year! Book yourself on a tour by Segway and discover more of Luxembourg city in less time or cruise through its vineyards or forests in this unique and exciting way.
Check out D’Coque’s 690m² indoors climbing wall which measures up to 13.5m high with over 100 climbing lanes! You can try it out free of charge at their Open Day on 11 May.
Signed up for the ING night run? Need some last minute training tips? CSL’s Heledd Pritchard has some top tips to get you to the finish line.
Lysanne Sizoo looks at multilingualism, choosing a local or international school and the pros and cons of some typical character traits of so-called Third Culture Kids (TCKs).
Suffering from Six Nations blues-itis? CSL’s Heledd Pritchard suggests you join a rugby club here in Luxembourg.
Moving to a foreign country without a job can be a blessing, as Lysanne Sizoo suggests. It gives you the time to find out about yourself and what you really want to do.
Be part of the Beautiful Game. If you’re interested in joining a football club in Luxembourg, read on.
Lysanne Sizoo, our mental health expert, looks at three underlying reasons for loneliness and the ways in which we can break out of the isolation.