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According to shoppingpicks, January in Luxembourg is characterized by cold temperatures, ranging from -2 to 3°C during the day and dropping to -7 to -2°C at night. Humidity levels remain low, usually around 40%, and snowfall is common on some days. February also sees a slight increase in temperature to 0-5°C during the day and -5-0°C at night, with humidity remaining around 40%. Snowfall is still common but rain becomes more frequent as the month progresses. March sees a further increase in temperature to 5-10°C during the day and 0-5°C at night, with humidity remaining around 40%. April marks the start of spring in Luxembourg and temperatures rise significantly, reaching 12-17°C by the end of the month. Rainfall becomes more common during this time as well as occasional snowstorms. May sees temperatures rising further to 17-22°C during the day and 12-17°C at night, with humidity levels remaining low at around 45%. June continues this trend with temperatures reaching 22-27°C during the day and 17-22 ° C at night, although thunderstorms become more common as summer approaches. July sees temperatures rising even further up to 27-32 ° C during the day and 22–27 ° C at night, with humidity levels increasing slightly up to 50%. August marks the peak of summer in Luxembourg with temperatures reaching 32–37 ° C during the day and 27–32 ° C at night, although thunderstorms become more frequent due to increased moisture in the air. September brings cooler weather again with temperatures falling back down to 22–27 ° C during the day and 17–22 ° C at night, although rainfall remains common throughout this month. October sees a further decrease in temperature back down to 12–17 ° C during the day and 7–12 ° C at night, although rainfall remains fairly frequent until November when it begins to taper off. The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is a small country with many hills. It has a temperate maritime climate, with cool summers and mild winters. The warmest months are July and August. The average maximum temperature is then 22°C. The warmest place in Luxembourg is the Moselle valley, in the southeast. It is about 2 degrees warmer there than in the north. In winter it is 3°C during the day. May and June are the months with the most sun. In the north and west it is wetter than elsewhere in the country. In winter it snows on about 20 days. Check areacodesexplorer for Luxembourg History.

Luxembourg Geography and Population

Luxembourg – geography Luxembourg is mountainous. It has a diverse industrial sector, it is an important financial center and it has a central location in the EU. Natural conditions Luxembourg is a mountainous country, one third of which is covered by coniferous forests. The climate is characterized by the westerly wind belt and is continental… Read More »

Sights of Luxembourg

The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is a small country located a few hours drive from the Netherlands. A reasonable proportion of Dutch tourists on their way to France, Spain or Morocco pass through Luxembourg, making good use of the fact that excise goods such as fuel, cigarettes and tobacco are cheaper here than in the… Read More »

Holiday in Luxembourg

The Most Beautiful Sights in Luxembourg City So what is Luxembourg actually? A country, a city or both? There is both the country and the city of Luxembourg. Before there is any confusion: when we speak of Luxembourg , we mean the country. If we write Luxembourg City, we are talking about the capital. Understood?… Read More »

Luxembourg Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data Luxembourg is a stable, developed and high income economy, annual gross salary 51,000 and net salary 38,000 euros). The country has consistently low unemployment (4.7%), solid growth of around 7% (after a dip due to the 2020 pandemic) and an… Read More »

Luxembourg Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Luxembourg Luxembourg is a member of the Schengen Agreement. To apply for a visa, the following documents are provided to the Embassy of the country: – Passport, valid for at least 3 months from the end of the planned trip; – a completed application form; – a copy of… Read More »

Luxembourg History

In 963, according to localcollegeexplorer, Sigefredo I, count of Bigdau, bought the castle of Lucilinburhuc (Lützelburg), which gave the name of Luxembourg to the surrounding domains. Henry IV, elected king of the Romans (Henry VII, 1308), ceded the county in 1310 to his son John, king of Bohemia, whose son, the emperor Charles IV, elevated… Read More »

Luxembourg State Overview

History Luxembourg, Belgium, Holland and a part of northern France form the region of the Netherlands, with a common history until 1579. In the war of the Netherlands against Spain, Luxembourg stood alongside the southern provinces, recognizing the authority of Philip II. In 1684 it was conquered by France and returned to Spain 13 years later, by the Treaty of Rijswijk. In 1713 it passed to the Austrian Habsburgs,… Read More »

Traveling in Luxembourg

Luxembourg – how to get there Airplane: Luxembourg’s national airline Luxair flies to Paris, London and Frankfurt. Flights to Luxembourg are offered, for example Germany Lufthansa (LH), from France Air France (AF), from Great Britain British Airways (BA), from the Czech Republic Czech Airlines (OK), as well KLMCity Hopper (KL) from the Netherlands. In addition,… Read More »

Luxembourg Geography

Luxembourg – key data Area: 2,586 km² Population: 503,302 (July 2011 estimate, CIA). Composition: Luxembourgers 55.5%, Portuguese 16.5%, French 5.8%, Italians 4.1%, Belgians 3.5%German 2.5%, Serbs 1.6%, British 1.1%, Dutch 0.9%, others 8.5% (2008) Population density: 195 residents per km² Population growth: 1.145% per year (2011, CIA). Capital city: Luxembourg (90,000 residents, 2009, metropolitan area… Read More »

Luxembourg (World Heritage)

The fortifications are masterpieces by the French Sun King’s military architect, Sébastien le Prestre de Vauban (1633–1707). According to areacodesexplorer, the Wenceslas Wall with its 37 towers and 15 gates in the lower town, the grand ducal palace and the high Gothic Cathedral of Our Lady in the upper town bear witness to the great… Read More »