Venue

Hotel Parc Belle-Vue
5, avenue Marie-Thérèse
L-2132 Luxembourg

www.parcbellevue.lu

About Luxembourg

Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg is one of the smallest members of the European Union. Luxembourg was nevertheless the cradle where the concept of a unified Europe was born. Together with Brussels and Strasbourg, Luxembourg city is the official seat of many of the European Union’s major organizations. A multicultural city by tradition, Luxembourg continues to enhance its cosmopolitan nature.The city of Luxembourg, the thousand-year-old capital of the Grand Duchy, was founded in 963.
Over the course of its history, Luxembourg has been occupied by Burgundians, Spanish, French, Austrians and Prussians, all of whom contributed to making the city one of the best fortified in the world, the “Gibraltar of the North”. Today, the fortress, along with the old city, have gained international fame. In 1994, UNESCO recognized the city's historical importance by naming it a World Heritage Site.
Click on the links for more information on tourism in Luxembourg and Luxembourg City.


Airport and arrival


- by plane at Luxembourg Findel Airport (L-2897 Luxembourg) / all info at www.lux-airport.lu
- by train at Luxembourg Railway Station (11, Place de la Gare, L-1616 Luxembourg) / all info at www.cfl.lu
- by car: Luxembourg is connected to the far corners of Europe by an excellent network of highways. The capital city of Luxembourg is directly linked to the highways: A1, A13, A3, A4, A6, A7

Accomodation

Given number of rooms are blocked in several hotels in Luxembourg-City.

Please find below a selection of recommended hotels.

 

HotelAddressContactFees /night /roomCut-off dates & Booking form
Parc Belle-Vue5 Avenue Marie-Thérèse,
2132 Luxembourg
Tel: (+352) 44 23 23 23 23
email: reservation@goeres-group.com
from 12 to 15 September 2017
Single Room: 102€ /night
=> included breakfast buffet, service and all applicable taxes

40 rooms available until Sept. 1st, 2017

Booking form

Hotel Français14, place d'Armes
1136 LUXEMBOURG
Tel :(+352) 47 45 34
Fax :(+352) 46 42 74
Single room : 130€/night
=> Included breakfast and wifi, service and all applicable taxes
6 rooms available until October 15th, 2017

Reservation ref: "37082"
City Hotel1 rue de Strasbourg
Corner "Avenue de la liberté"
BP 2126
L-1021 LUXEMBOURG
Tél. : +352 29 11 22
email: mail@cityhotel.lu
Single Room: 134€ /night
=> included Breakfast, wifi, service fees and taxes

8 rooms available until October  23rd, 2017

Booking form

Parc Plaza5 Avenue Marie-Thérèse,
2132 Luxembourg
Tel: (+352) 44 23 23 23 23
email: reservation@goeres-group.com
Single Room: 142€ /night
=> included breakfast buffet, service and all applicable taxes

60 rooms available until Sept. 4th, 2017

Booking form

Hôtel Simoncini6 rue Notre-Dame, 2240 Luxembourg

Tel: (+352) 22 28 44

email:

simhotel@pt.lu

Single Room: 150 €/night
=> Included breakfast and wifi, service and all applicable taxes

8 rooms available until October 1st, 2017

Booking form

Reservation  ref: "G.49919"

 

 

Luxembourg Entry Visa

Nationals from certain non-EU countries who wish to visit, transit through or work in Luxembourg must, before their departure, have a valid travel document with a visa issued by a consular authority from one of the countries in the Schengen area.

The visa enables free movement in the Schengen area: Germany, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Spain, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden and Switzerland.

The nationality of the non-EU national determines whether or not he is obliged to have a visa. Different types of visa exist depending on the duration and nature of the visit.

As a general rule, the visa application must be submitted in the country in which the applicant legally resides, at a Luxembourg consulate or a diplomatic mission representing Luxembourg. Should there be no Luxembourg consulate in that country and should Luxembourg not be represented there, the application must be submitted at the consulate with territorial competence for visa applications.

The visa application and attached documents must be translated by a sworn translator if they are not drawn up in German, French or English.

Source: www.guichet.lu

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