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Guided tours of the Grand Ducal Palace in Luxembourg

  Doors of Grand Ducal Palace will be opened to the public starting this weekend. Tourists and locals can visit the Grand Ducal Palace in Luxembourg City from Saturday 13 July to 5 September. Tickets can be bought online or directly at the Luxembourg City Tourist Office on Place Guillaume II. Tickets cost 12€ for […]

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New commissariat for food safety in Luxembourg

  Luxembourg’s Ministry of Consumer Protection presented the new commissariat at the world food safety day on 7 June. The new commissariat is part of the Ministry of Consumer Protection. Officials hope that it will improve the coordination between the different administrations that are in charge of food safety in the Grand Duchy. The commissariat […]

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On Sunday Luxembourg will choose representatives for EU elections

  Six out of 751 MEPs represent Luxembourg in the European Parliament. It stands as one of the smallest representative groups, on par with Cyprus, Malta, and Estonia. In total, 10 parties submitted a complete list of six candidates for the European elections of 26 May 2019. Of these 60 candidates, 32 are men and […]

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Tourist attractions Luxembourg that open in spring

  Take the opportunity to discover the wonderful country of Luxembourg and discover its attractions. Many attractions which have been closed during winter now open their doors again. Parc Merveilleux There are a lot of cute animals, fairytales and water play in Parc Merveilleux which opened its gates on 24 March. Castles – Larochette, Beaufort […]

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Children with special needs in Luxembourg can attend regular schools.

  The Ministry of Education reports that fewer and fewer children needing special education are enrolled outside regular schools. Most children who do not attend regular schools attend the Intellectual Development Center. Specialists at the local, regional and national levels are working to ensure that teachers have all the necessary resources to help children with […]

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Luxembourg workers have the highest pay rate per hour in EU

  Employees in Luxembourg are paid €44 an hour on average. Luxembourg’s workers have the highest hourly rate of compensation of any region in the European Union, alongside Brussels. The latest figures from the European Union’s statistical office Eurostat include wages, salaries and employer’s social contributions. To get information how to get Residence permit In […]

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The Russian Prime Minister will visit Luxembourg next week

  It was confirmed by Luxembourg government’s press and information service Russian PM, Dimitri Medvedev, will have an official two-day visit to Luxembourg on Tuesday 5 and Wednesday 6 March 2019. The Russian Prime Minister will meet Luxembourg’s Prime Minister, Xavier Bettel at the Grand Duchy. Prime ministers will discuss bilateral relations in the economic, […]

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Luxembourg will assume Presidency of BeNeLux Union

  Luxembourg will take over and launch the presidency of the Committee of Ministers of the BeNeLux Union. The priorities of the Luxembourg Presidency of the Benelux and Benelux work plan for 2019 will be presented on Tuesday. Luxembourg holds the presidency of the Benelux Committee of Ministers this year, for the third time since […]

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Grand Duke will attend the New Year’s Concert in Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra

  His Royal Highness the Grand Duke will attend the New Year Concert of the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra on Wednesday 9 January 2019. The concert, under the High Patronage of His Royal Highness the Grand Duke since 2013, is held this year under the direction of conductor Sir Lawrence Foster with Rudolf Buchbinder on piano. […]

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Digital partnership between Luxembourg and Monaco

  Prime minister of Luxembourg Xavier Bettel, and Minister of state of Monaco Serge Telle, signed a declaration of intent for “constructive exchanges” between the two administrations on digitisation. The declaration is the result of discussions between the Luxembourg State Centre of Technologies and Information (CTIE) and the Monaco delegation for the digital transition. The […]

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