Luxembourg train station lies in the heart of the city and is only a ten minute walk from the old town centre. Luxembourg station was opened in the late 19th century. Leave from here for all national and international destinations. Regional trains are operated by CFL (Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois), but the station is also used by Intercity, RegionalBahn and Regional Express trains. The station in Luxembourg is also used by TGV high speed trains and is linked to many international destinations, including Brussels, Koblenz, Nice and Paris. Inside the station building you will find luggage lockers, ATMs, currency exchange counters, cafés, restaurants, shops, a tourist information office and escalators and facilities providing access to people with reduced mobility. Sights of interest in Luxembourg include Vianden Castle, Lake Echternach with the Abbey and Clervaux Castle.
|Duration||First and last train||Trains per day|
|To Paris||2h 10m||5:16 – 21:16||12|
|To Bruxelles-Luxembourg||2h 44m||0:01 – 21:16||21|
|To Trier Hbf||52m||5:10 – 23:41||34|
|To Amsterdam||5h 27m||0:01 – 21:32||56|
|To Frankfurt (Main)||3h 43m||4:00 – 23:32||50|
|To Strasbourg||1h 53m||5:16 – 21:32||17|