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Luxembourg City Tourist Office - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (2024)

Luxembourg City Tourist Office

Luxembourg City Tourist Office

30, place Guillaume II L-1648 Luxembourg

+352 22 28 09

Luxembourg Tourist Office to visit the capital

The LCTO is located on Place Guillaume II, in the Ville-Haute district , in the heart of the capital's tourist district. This office is the tourist office of Luxembourg's capital. It informs tourists about the various activities and sightseeing opportunities available in this magnificent city.

National and international visitors can find all the city's information brochures here, book guided tours or call for information.

The Luxembourg City Tourist Office (LCTO) is a non-profit organization founded in 1933.

Guided tours of Luxembourg City with LCTO

Discover the city of Luxembourg with the LCTO and discover these tourist attractions steeped in both history and modernity.

Visit the capital accompanied by a qualified tour guide. Stroll between UNESCO World Heritage monuments and contemporary architecture in the heart of the city.

Discover our guided tours and offers for visiting Luxembourg City. We offer walking tours, visits to the Grand Ducal Palace , excursions by bike or Segway, and even tours adapted for children... Don't hesitate to discover, with friends or family, this multicultural city at the center of Europe.

The best activities and sites to discover in Luxembourg with LCTO

  • City Promenade: discover the city and its must-see sites in just 2 hours. The Corniche, "Europe's most beautiful balcony", the Palais Grand-Ducal, the Rocher du Bock, the Gelle Fra, ... will have no more secrets for you. The City Promenade also includes a night-time version, City Promenade by Night, and a version for children, City Promenade for Kids.
  • Wenzel tour: experience 1,000 years of history at the fortress city's most emblematic sites
  • Vauban tour: follow in the footsteps of the engineer who built the fortress town.
  • Casemates du Bock and de la Pétrusse
  • Grand Ducal Palace (summer only)
  • Guided tour of the Stade de Luxembourg

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  • 14 - 18 € : Adults
  • 12 - 15 € : Students, seniors and people with reduced mobility
  • 7 - 9 € : Children aged 4 to 12
  • Free: for children under 4 years of age

Guided tours with a private guide from the Luxembourg Tourist Office

Looking for a personalized tour or simply a private guide? We speak 25 languages! Offer valid from 1 to 25 people per guide.

Rates: €110 per guide + €40 per additional hour started

Reservations : (+352) 47962709 - [email protected]

LCTO Tourist Office opening hours

Monday to Saturday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm (including bank holidays) Sunday: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm (including bank holidays)

The Luxembourg City Tourist Office is closed on January 1 and December 25.

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It's a Destination Management Company, it's an Events Management Company, it's a Convention Bureau... the LCTO is not your average tourist office.

Ronald Pinnel (Director) and Cathy Giorgetti (PR) of the LCTO (Luxembourg City Tourist Office) want people to realise their office's added value in the growing economic sector of tourism. "We are more than the name implies," Pinnel says.

Their fields of expertise embrace four areas of core business: events and culture (500+ concerts /events per year), tourist info, guided tours (5,000+ groups per year), but also business tourism, including the Luxembourg Convention Bureau (52 seminars, conferences/conventions and 6,800 participants per year).

The Convention Bureau is an essential infrastructure for Luxembourg. An event like ICANN 2005, for example, brings significant revenue to the city. Two thirds of tourists who stay in Luxembourg do so for business, and the business tourist stays longer (3.6 nights over 1.8) and spends more on an overnight hotel price than a regular tourist.

This is not to underestimate the value of cultural tourism, especially large events. As a "Destination Management Company" the LCTO works hand in hand with VDL (Ville de Luxembourg) to animate the city and market the Grand Duchy. The LCTO has made visible progress when it comes to the city's image and appeal. A campaign like "Summer in the City" is a platform for cultural actors and offers local promotion through flyers and a website. It also generates revenue for local businesses.

The LCTO has activities in parallel with VDL, and works with City Manager Geraldine Knudson, whose job partially consists of remarketing Luxembourg's external image. The LCTO has developed a comprehensive branding in terms of corporate identity and publishes a colour-coded suite of pamphlets, ad campaigns, posters, banners and flyers. So, why doesn't VDL use the LCTO communication supports? Is the rebranding not an overlapping of tasks? "We look at the city from a 'touristical' perspective. Knudson has her point of view," says Pinnel diplomatically. "We have more flexibility than VDL, says Giorgetti. We are not a private company, but we act like one." Pinnel says that the LCTO (n.b. which operates as a non-profit organisation and gets 67% of its budget from the city) is very much a part of Knudson's think tanks.

A problem for the LCTO is measuring the number of tourists, which is important to analyse impact and strategise for the future. They compile their own statistics, such as the number of guided tours or the demographics of requests at the central tourist office, plus use those of Statec and the ONT. All have relevance but also weaknesses. Thus, they must extrapolate somewhat.

Lack of strategy for collecting statistics

"There is a lack of a strategy for collecting tourist figures, says Giorgetti. How do you measure day people? Free movement across borders makes it hard to survey and collect statistics. Some people who we count as overnights could also be measured more than once. What is not now recorded is the motivation of people's stays. We will soon add this to the forms people fill out when they come to a hotel."

Business or pleasure, the immediate future looks even brighter as "Luxembourg and the Grande Région, European Capital of Culture 2007" looms on the horizon, but how can you measure the expense of such an event - 10 million euros from the government - versus its gain, on bars and restaurants etc.? Giorgetti says they network extensively with local businesses. Pinnel reminds us that all measurements are not in euros. "One of the clear benefits is infrastructure. In 1995 we had to put up a tent on the Place St Esprit. Now there is Philharmonie, Casino, Mudam, Rockhal." A notable improvement, indeed.

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"Tourism is booming in the capital," says LCTO director

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Antje Voss, the director of the Luxembourg City Tourist Office (LCTO), is appreciative of the rising number of visitors to the capital in spite of the washed out summer in the Grand Duchy so far.

The majority of visitors to the tourist office on Place Guillaume II come for a map of the city, says Ralph Pletsch, who has worked at the LCTO since 2019. Others come seeking further information on the capital's sights and attractions - including Luxembourgers themselves looking for guided walks or other ideas. Pletsch says he often recommends the Wenzel or Vauban tours, as well as other self-guided walks across the country.

A particular highlight for tourists are the tours of the Grand Ducal palace, according to Voss. Tour groups are permitted in the palace up to seven times a day and are regularly sold out. But it is not just the lives of Luxembourg's royals attracting visitors to the capital - the historical 'casemates', particularly the tunnels around the Bock and the "gëlle Fra" memorial are magnets for tourists, both from at home and abroad.

"The Pétrusse tunnels are much narrower and closed in compared to the Bock tunnels, and they take you all the way down through the fortifications to the Pétrusse Valley," explains the LCTO's Tanja Bollendorf.

As well as the city's well-known sights, the LCTO also coordinates tours around the capital's districts. Bollendorf says the City Promenade is a classic with tourists, while during the summer holidays, tours aimed at families take place, guiding visitors to the city's most stunning views, or across its UNESCO heritage sites.

The majority of foreign visitors hail from Germany in the summertime, as well as France, Holland, Spain and Portugal. Voss says there are also frequently large tour groups from Asia or the USA, although these have reduced slightly in recent times. Contrary to what you may expect, Luxembourg's poor weather this summer has failed to deter tourists from visiting the capital, according to tourism statistics.

For more information on exploring the city or discovering it from a new perspective, visit  www.lcto.lu  or simply stop by the tourist office itself.

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Welcome to Luxembourg City Tourist Office (LCTO)

This Month we get to know better  Luxembourg City Tourist Office (LCTO)

What was your motivation to join ICCA?

Luxembourg City Tourist Office a.s.b.l. (LCTO) is a non-profit organisation and the leading player in Luxembourg City’s leisure and cultural tourism.

Our main motivation to join ICCA is to expand our network and promote our products, services and expertise to the international meetings industry and potential ICCA member clients.

Our aim is to take initiatives in developing quality tourism over the whole of the city of Luxembourg, to offer correspondent insider tips to MICE specialists and help them organize an unforgettable stay. 

We provide general consultancy, such as assistance with local contacts and advise on social programmes and inspection trips and, as an ICCA member, want to increase our visibility.

Another important point is that we would like to learn more about trends and get access to market insights and studies to be able to better understand the markets and thus being able to adapt to changes. The access to ICCA resources will be extremely helpful for us.

Finally, we are of course very keen on hosting an ICCA Event in Luxembourg in the near future. 

What set s  Luxembourg City Tourist Office (LCTO) apart?

Located in the centre and heart of Luxembourg City, our friendly experts give information on everything there is to see and do in Luxembourg City. 

One point which sets us apart is the multingual advice we are giving. Most of our staff speaks more than 5 languages which is really appreciated by our international visitors. They feel a very warm welcome when they come to our Information Centre. 

Whatever the visitor is looking to do in Luxembourg: the LCTO team can provide inspiring ideas on how to get the best out of their trip.

Another important point is that we have a very close link to the city hall and their economic development department.

What is your favourite success story from your organisation?

In September 2016 we organized a huge MICE Event in Luxembourg under the credo “Live the unexpected”! This event “Meet inLuxembourg” was a great platform for MICE specialists coming from all over the world to meet in Luxembourg and to promote Luxembourg as a destination. 

Hundreds of visitors attended this MICE event and we organized an official Reception with the Grand-Duke and the Grand-Duchess, our Prime Minister and the Mayor of Luxembourg City to welcome our guests in front of the Grand-Ducal Palace.

It was an unforgettable event and we got excellent feedback from the participants.

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LCTO Confirms Promising Tourism Trend

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The Luxembourg City Tourist Office (LCTO) has stated that it is delighted with a positive rebound in 2022 and is looking forward to an even better 2023.

Last year, an increase in tourist activity was confirmed in Luxembourg's capital as tourists visited in large numbers; this gradual recovery has led the LCTO to be optimistic for the 2023 tourist season.

The LCTO has taken advantage of the last few years to develop a new strategy based on “resonance tourism” which aims to guarantee visitors a positive and authentic travel experience by considering them as “temporary residents”. As a result, the LCTO continuously aims to create added value and offer attractive local tourism offers.

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Casemates : The reopening of the Casemates de la Pétrusse was the key event of 2022. After work to bring them into compliance and enhance them, the casemates under the "Gëlle Fra" officially reopened on 2 June 2022 in the presence of HRH the Grand Duke. Three days later, they again welcomed the general public who came in large numbers, enjoying the light and sound effects installed. Since their reopening, over 8,500 visitors have taken part in 650+ visits to the underground galleries, which represents an "occupancy rate" of 95%.

Palace : As in previous summers, the LCTO organised exclusive guided tours of the Grand Ducal Palace, which is one of the highlights of the “Summer in the City” programme. Almost 5,200 visitors took part in 280+ guided tours of the Grand Ducal Palace, which corresponds to a record attendance rate of 99%. This shows the great interest of the public to take a look behind the scenes of the only Grand Ducal Palace in the world.

Guided tours : Last year, 3,152 guided tours were organised by the LCTO. Even if this only represents a little less than half of the 7,138 guided tours in 2019, this corresponds to the efforts to offer a qualitative and personalised offer (visits with a personal guide are experiencing a considerable increase compared to regular visits).

Walking Tours : Among the vast catalogue of visits, the "City Promenade", a classic city tour during which visitors discover the main attractions of the capital, remains the most popular formula. Unlike the previous year when the Luxembourgish language was very present, most guided tours are now once again carried out in French, German and English.

Themed tours : Throughout the year, the LCTO also organised thematic guided tours with great success, notably the "Love Promenade" for Valentine's Day, the "Easter Safari", bike rides with "An American in Luxembourg" or the Women's Lives - Legendary Women tour for International Women's Day, to name but a few.

The great return of foreign visitors

A total of 102,960 customers took advice from the tourist information office located at Place Guillaume II. Despite a 22% annual drop in visitors welcomed compared to the pre-pandemic tourist season, the LCTO welcomed almost as many visitors during peak season and long weekends as in 2019. For example, the number of visitors recorded at the tourist welcome office in August 2022 (20,086 visitors) was just 456 visitors different from the 2019 level.

In terms of origin, visitors from Germany were the most numerous with a total of 27,248 people (26%), followed by 17,487 French visitors (17%), 14,808 Dutch visitors (14%), 7,210 Luxembourg residents (7%) and 5,995 Belgian visitors (6%).

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The LCTO recorded a total of 2,759,699 page views by 944,964 visitors to the luxembourg-city.com site, which represents an increase of 58% visitors compared to 2019. Few changes in the origins of visitors: the site web remains a source of inspiration for both locals and visitors from neighbouring countries. The website is an increasingly important vector of information, especially as visitors start to plan their stays further in advance.

Ticket sales : 83% of tickets were sold online (luxembourg-city.com) and 17% were still sold in the tourist information office (Place Guillaume II).

The LCTO's traditional social networks were able to increase their audience: Facebook 23%, Instagram 142%, Twitter 89%. Since May 2022, the LCTO has also been present on TikTok and has more than 1,500 subscribers.

Alongside this digital trend, physical reception nevertheless remains essential. Thus, the LCTO is often the first meeting point for visitors to the city of Luxembourg, informing them about the tourist, cultural and historical offer, allowing them to participate in the activities offered and to buy tickets at the last minute.

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    The Luxembourg City Tourist Office (LCTO) has stated that it is delighted with a positive rebound in 2022 and is looking forward to an even better 2023. Last year, an increase in tourist activity was confirmed in Luxembourg's capital as tourists visited in large numbers; this gradual recovery has led the LCTO to be optimistic for the 2023 ...

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    The Luxembourg City Tourist Office (LCTO) is a non-profit organisation which was created in 1933. The LCTO is the main actor in the field of tourism in Luxembourg City. It manages the tourist information at Place Guillaume II and takes care of (inter)national visitors (call centre, information material, guided tours).