Luxembourg is forgotten by most European travelers, though it really shouldn’t be. It’s loaded with history and its placement on the crest of a mountain group makes for some amazing views to go along with endless charm.
This city is often discussed when those lists of richest countries per capita come out, and many in Luxembourg are very wealthy, but that doesn’t really translate into the tourist scene, so prices are moderate and typical of this part of Europe.
|Budget breakfast||Most hotels include breakfast, but if yours doesn't you'll have a few choices at bakeries and cafes.||$4.35 - $7.17|
|Budget lunch||Sandwiches and Middle Eastern food are among the more affordable lunch options.||$6.20 - $10.87|
|Budget dinner||You'll find plenty of hearty local foods plus many Italian places to choose from.||$10.33 - $17.93|
|Beer (pint)||A local lager is served in most pubs, alongside many Belgian-style options.||$4.57 - $6.52|
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Luxumbourg has a fairly mild climate all year round, with summers that are pleasantly warm and winters that are rarely bitter. Rainfall is steady throughout the year so it’s always something to consider, and this city has more than its fair share of gray days, much like this entire region of northwestern Europe.
Being a smaller city there are fewer budget options, including only one proper hostel, but there are enough cheaper hotels in Luxembourg to meet the demand most of the year. You can see pretty much all the highlights in two days and one night, so even if you can’t find a cheap hotel it won’t impact you much.
Hotels in Luxembourg have their high season from May through September in most cases, but honestly prices don’t fluctuate much through the year. This is a business city and that means that occupancy can be unpredictable, but it also means that sometimes rates on the more expensive places can be quite low if nothing is going on in the city.
|59.78 - 78.26|
|67.39 - 130.43|
|82.61 - 176.09|
|184.78 - 271.74|
|Hostel Bed||19.57 - 19.57|