From the city to the countryside by bus, train and tram
Luxembourg offers an interconnected network of buses, trains and trams that allows you to access any destination smoothly. Transport connections can easily be looked up via the Mobiliteit.lu app (App Store or Google Play Store) or via the Mobilitéitszentral's website (Mobility Centre). To synchronise your cross-border travels, go to Mobiregio, the Greater Region's platform.
A comprehensive range of services
In addition, you can travel within the municipalities with the City Bus and return safe and sound after one or more beers with the Night Bus or Night Rider that runs on weekends. As for school transport, it is free for all students who have a school card!
The Luxembourg National Railways (CFL) do everything they can to guarantee wide access to people with reduced mobility. Disabled citizens may also use the Adapto service, a door-to-door taxi-bus.
Train and bike? Not a problem here in Luxembourg! You can take your bicycle for free in all trains (within the limits of available space).
Do you want to go abroad?
Luxembourg is very well integrated into the international rail network. Departures to Trier, Metz and Brussels every hour and to Liège every two hours. A weekend in Paris? The City of Lights is only two hours away on the high-speed train (TGV, in French)!
The same ticket is valid for all modes of transport and the same rates apply:
- €2 for a 2-hour ticket ('billet courte durée');
- €4 for a day ticket.
These tickets as well as monthly subscriptions can be loaded on a mKaart. You can also use this card for mBox bicycle parks and Chargy public charging stations for electric cars.
Please note that public transport will be free from 1st March 2020! Public transport is already free for young people under 20 by showing an ID proving their age.