Luxembourg City

Luxembourg’s citizens are for the most part unsentimental about the traditional blue-and-gray crockery and burnished pewter that once furnished every home; nowadays, they prefer their local Villeroy & Boch vitro-porcelain in jazzy, modern designs. Although no longer manufactured in Luxembourg, all three types can be found in most home-furnishings and gift shops. For souvenirs, there are lovely photography books of Luxembourg's historic sites, as well as reproduced engravings of the city in all its fortified glory. Because Luxembourg City is home to a large population of bankers and well-paid Eurocrats, as well as its own newly wealthy, it has an unusually high number of luxury and designer shops for such a city its size. Clerks, however, are not always overwhelmingly friendly.

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  • 1. Braderie

    The annual Braderie, a massive, citywide sidewalk sale, slashes prices on the last weekend in August or the first weekend in September....Read More

  • 2. Emiaischen

    Keep your eyes open for Emiaischen on Easter Monday behind the Ducal Palace, where you can buy Luxembourg's famous clay whistling birds....Read More

  • 3. Holiday Market

    At Christmastime, the Place d'Armes is host to a Holiday Market....Read More

  • 4. Luxexpo The Box Antiques Fair

    An antiques fair takes over the Place d'Armes every second and fourth Saturday....Read More

  • 5. Schueberfouer

    The Schueberfouer, a folk fair dating from 14th century, takes place on the Glacis, near the Grande-Duchesse Charlotte bridge, at the end of August....Read More

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