Bus Luxembourg

Coaches Luxembourg

Luxembourg's bus network is very well developed and can be easily reached by city buses or regional buses. Travelling to Luxembourg Airport by bus is easy and efficient. You will find bus schedules, routes & more to get you to/from the airport on time. When you move to Luxembourg, you will find a guide to local and regional buses, taxis and all public transport.

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Bus/rail combined transport passes are available throughout the state. The price of a daily pass is 4 and it is available for an unrestricted number of journeys from the time of validating until 4 a.m. the next morning. The price for a 5 piece package is 16?. The price for a short-term pass is 2 and it' s worth two inches. The price for a 10 piece kit is 16?.

The LuxembourgCard provides free local transportation. There is an easy-to-use online citymap.

Timetable and Tariffs - Luxembourg

You can find information on routes, services and schedules on the Mobilitéitszentral website (Mobility Centre) or on the appMobiliteit.lu smart phone, which is available on the App Store and Google Play. You can also contact the Mobility Centre via its call centre +352 2465 2465 or at one of the information counters. Luxembourg has the same fare and tickets for all carriers:

?2 for a short-term pass (valid for 2 hours); 4 for a daily pass (valid on the first use until 4 am on the following day); month pass topping it up. You can buy one-way and one-way travel cards at the Mobility Center, the CFL cash desks, postal services, and some bookshops and newspaper agencies.

Numerous season tickets round off the range, among them specific season tickets for senior citizens and people with a handicapped pass from the Ministry of the Interior. School and university children also profit from a travel pass tailored to their needs. For international traffic there are preferential tariffs, i.e. the RegioZone tariff and rail commuter passes.

More information about these offerings can be found on the cross-border ticket page on Mobiliteit.lu or on the Cfl. lu website for Cfl. lus.

By bus - Luxembourg

Overnight traffic is provided by facilities such as the Long-Night bus and the overnight rider. Transportation to and from schools is also very well organized in the Grand Duchy. RGTR (Régime Général des Transports Routiers) is the only bus system with nationwide cover. Serving various locations in the Grand Duchy through a web of links.

The project is funded and organized by the Ministry of Transport. TICE (Syndicat des Tramways Intercommunaux du Canton d'Esch-sur-Alzette) is an intermunicipal organisation of nine communes in the Terres Rouges area in the south-west of the state. More and more local authorities are offering the City Bus in parallel to the coaches.

A city bus allows riders to drive through the community on the spur of the moment and in a flexible manner. The services are available either on request (at least one hours in advance) or according to a set itinerary. Many communities provide the use of the night bus so that you can have fun on weekends without having to worry about transportation.

Another postable overnight transportation services, which is used by many communities to provide the inhabitants with transportation at a very favourable rate. Townships are reponsible for transporting primary schoolchildren. Local authorities provide this free services. All of them contribute to bringing the students to the various grammar colleges of the Grand Duchy.

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