Go Gaelic in Luxembourg!

Gaelic Sports Club Luxembourg is proud to announce that the first round of the Benelux Gaelic Football Tournament will be hosted in Luxembourg, in Junglinster on Saturday, 28 March 2015. The sports of Gaelic Football and Hurling are very popular in Ireland, but these traditional exciting team sports have spread beyond Ireland and are now played […]

Typical Luxembourgish

Typical Luxembourgish – at least for an expat… Vakanz Luxembourgers value their holidays highly. As luck has it, Luxembourg is blessed with quite a few weeks of annual holiday, so once one holiday is over, it’s time to plan for the next! The planning often centres on a certain level of comfort – key word Fënnef […]

Nordic women go for it in Lux

Discover inspirational female entrepreneurship the Nordic way in Luxembourg. On Sunday March 29, you get the chance to meet Nordic women with Nordic know-how who started their own business in Luxembourg, within a wide range of activities; Art, food, fashion & style, health & beauty, jewellery, design & decoration, baby products and consulting; more than […]

Click for a doctor

Doctena.lu, online booking for medical appointments in Luxembourg, quickly became a success and is now expanding: From the start in September 2013, the ambition of Doctena has been to make medical appointments easier through an online booking tool, that patients in Luxembourg rapidly embraced.Today, the patient can choose from 60 000 available appointment slots with over 150 practitioners covering […]

Online Help Service

A new service dedicated to the English speaking community of Luxembourg has been launched this year by Kanner Jugend Telefon (KaJuTel) . The Online Help Service will answer any questions big or small regarding parenting in Luxembourg . Whether you need information, advice or just someone to listen, the service is anonymous and completely confidential. […]

Komm, mir léiere Lëtzebuergesch!

“I just get by so well without it, everybody speaks French, German and/or English, it’s amazing!” “I just can’t face learning yet another language” (often combined with first statement) “There’s no way I’ll need it when I move on” (often combined with first statement) “No time!” “It’s such a funny little language” (“funny” either as in […]

Interact with art

Put a museum of modern art on your agenda for the Carnival holiday. Museums of modern art are inspiring, interesting, challenging and fun, in large part because they leave all the room you want or need to interpret freely and interact with art. It feels quite instinctive.They might leave you with a sense of peace […]

Luxembourg 12 points

CLEW takes a look at Luxembourg in numbers and digs up a few more or less useful numeric facts: 1 – number of reigning Grand Dukes in the world. Reason good enough to keep the monarchy? We are of course talking about His Royal Highness Henri Albert Gabriel Félix Marie Guillaume de Luxembourg. 2- hours […]

Just Arrived

The new edition of the Just Arrived guide to Luxembourg is now out – and it has an online version too with lots and lots of easy-to-find information to help newcomers settle down or not-quite-newcomers settle in or simply find information they’re looking for: The hassle of administrative procedures made easier… Finding a home, a job… […]

O grand Saint Nicolas

When you’ve lived in Luxembourg a few Decembers, you’ll be very familiar with Saint Nicolas – and even more so your children! Here are a few facts (well…) you might not know about him and about this day: Saint Nicolas is the patron saint not only of children, but of prisoners, lawyers,  physiotherapists and singles! Very interesting […]