Christmas markets – your ultimate family guide

Are you already feeling the magic of Christmas? The freezing air, the foggy nights, the cosy smell  from the fireplaces… Oh, and the beautiful Christmas markets! Germany, France and Austria have been the references in Europe for this tradition for many, many years now. And Luxembourg is the perfect starting point for visiting as many […]

Distillery Day

“D’Miselerland brennt!” It is not as dramatic as it may sound, we’re talking about the annual Moselle Distillery Day, when the distilleries along the Moselle will open their doors to the public, offering spirits tastings, local culinary specialties and more. The Moselle Distillery Day is always on the last Sunday in October, presenting the art […]

Visit Semaphore Art Studios

SEMAPHORE ART STUDIOS was founded in 2008 in the charming old train station Oetrange Gare by Swedish artist painter Jeanette Bremin. Luxembourgish printmaker and painter Diane Jodes joined Jeanette in 2011, and American painter and sculptor Robert Hall in 2013. This October, you can discover the recent works of these artists in a unique and friendly […]

Baby Sensory

Have you heard of Baby Sensory classes? This award-winning parental programme, founded in the UK in 2003 and designed especially for babies between 0 and 13 months, has recently come to Luxembourg. The programme offers a wide range of activities for development and fun in the first year of life, which is an important time for […]

Wine, Taste, Enjoy!

The title says it all – once again Luxembourg wine growers invite you into their cellars, on Whitsun weekend. 

Have a ball

The Irish Club of Luxembourg is organising a Black & White Ball in the award winning Le Sud Restaurant in Rives de Clausen on 14th June. The evening will start with a champagne and canapés reception on the fabulous terrace, followed by a four course gourmet meal including wine and then dancing until 3am with AraCity Radio DJ Sam […]

Calling ESC fans in Luxembourg

Luxembourg has a long Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) history, from the very first contest in 1956 up until 1993. Many famous names have performed for Luxembourg; Nana Moskouri, France Gall, Vicky Leandros, Baccara, Lara Fabian and Modern Times among others. Luxembourg has won 5 times, and the perhaps most well known song is Poupée de cire, […]

The magical number seven: 7 things Lux expats shouldn’t miss

7 things you shouldn’t miss in Luxembourg, brought to CLEW readers by Internations: Expats new to Luxembourg may assume there’s not that much to do when it comes to leisure and recreation. After all, the world’s only Grand Duchy numbers among the tinier countries round the globe, both by size and population. Within the EU, only […]

The furniture challenge

Shopping for furniture in Luxembourg can be a bit of a challenge. These are the CLEW suggestions on where to go.

Girls in tech!

On March 26th, women, men, and entrepreneurs of all kinds will gather for the first time in Luxembourg to celebrate women and technology.  The employment rate of women has risen significantly in every country. Nevertheless, Luxembourg remains the European country where the difference between men and women in employment is the largest.