Luxembourg Airport is the country's only commercial airport. It's 8km northeast of central Luxembourg City via the N1. There are car-hire desks, free wi-fi, currency exchange counters and ATMs, as well as a tourist information point.
To reach Luxembourg Airport, take city bus 16 from Gare Centrale (€2, 30 minutes, every 10 minutes Monday to Saturday, every 30 minutes Sunday, 25 minutes) via Kirchberg or bus 29 heading eastwards from Gare Centrale (€2, 15 minutes, every 15 minutes Monday to Friday, every 30 minutes Saturday and Sunday).
A taxi between the airport and city centre costs around €50.
In 2021, the airport will be served by tram.
Long-distance – the term is relative – buses pick up from a variety of central points. Several routes head into Germany and France, where you can connect with local networks. Consult timetables at www.mobiliteit.lu. Useful connections include the following:
Bitburg (€2, bus 401, 1¼ hours, up to two per hour) via Echternach (45 minutes)
Diekirch (€2, bus 100, 1¼ hours, hourly Monday to Saturday, every 90 minutes Sunday) via Larochette (50 minutes)
Echternach (€2, buses 110 and 111, one hour, every 30 minutes)
Saarlouis (€2, bus 155, 1½ hours, 11 per day Monday to Friday, one Saturday, none Sunday)
Trier (€2, buses 117 and 118, one hour, four per hour Monday to Friday, four per day Saturday and Sunday)
Trains are run by CFL (www.cfl.lu), with good connections all through northern Europe. Sample fares from Gare Centrale, 1km south of the Old City:
Brussels (€43.60 to €50.40, 3¾ hours, hourly); requires a change in Arlon.
Diekirch (€2, 45 minutes, every 30 minutes) via Ettelbrück (35 minutes).
Liège (€33 to €41, 2½ hours, every two hours) Some direct, others changing in Namur or Marloie.
Paris (2¼ hours, €92 to €110) Direct six times daily via Metz (€18.40, 40 minutes).
Trier (€19.90 to €24.60, one hour, hourly) Some continue to Koblenz (€42.70, two hours, every two hours).
Luggage Lockers Close to platforms 1 and 2.