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Mobility

Public transport is free for all

Since 29 February 2020, public transport throughout Luxembourg has been free for everyone. Whether you are traveling by bus, train or tram, you no longer need a ticket. The entire bus and train network is being restructured, and new lines will run from autumn 2020.

The Mullerthal Region - Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland is well served by bus lines, which can be combined with hiking tours. They enable you to leave your car at one spot and get back to it after the hike.
 

Your public transport is always at hand with the application from the mobility center : 

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Getting there

By Train

If you come from Germany, you can take a train from Trier to the main train station of Luxembourg-City. There are trains every hour. You have the possibility to get off in Wasserbillig and continue with the bus Nr 485 towards Echternach or you remain in the train until Luxembourg-City.

In Luxembourg-City you can take bus number 110 (direct) or 111 (running over some villages) to Echternach. There is a bus every 30 minutes. You may also rent a car at the station.

If you come from France, Belgium or Holland, you take the train to Luxembourg-City and then the bus number 110 or 111 to Echternach.

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By Bus

If you want to come to the region by bus, there are buses from Trier and Bitburg to Echternach. From Bitburg, line 401 brings you directly to Echternach where you can get off at three stops.

In Luxembourg-City you can take bus number 110 (direct) or 111 (running over some villages) to Echternach. There is a bus every 30 minutes.

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By Car

From Germany

From Trier
Take the highway A1 direction Luxembourg. After the border you take the exit Wasserbillig and then go to Echternach which you will reach after 21 km.

From Cologne
Take highway A 1 to Trier. Leave the highway in Blankenheim, then take B51 direction Trier. You then come to A60 where you will take the exit Bitburg-Luxembourg. Stay on B51 until Bitburg, then take the exit to Echternachwhich you will reach after 20 km.

From France

From France, coming from Nancy, Metz or Thionville, take the motorway A 31 to Luxembourg-City, then direction Echternach.

From Belgium

From Belgium, coming from Bruxelles, take the motorway A 4 to Luxembourg-City, then direction Echternach. If you come from Bastogne, take A 26 until the border, then Ettelbruck, Diekirch and Echternach.

From Maastricht
From Maastricht, take A 26 until the border, then Weiswampach, Ettelbruck, Diekirch, Echternach.


By Plane

There are direct flights to Luxembourg from Frankfurt, Munich, Berlin, Paris, London and many more. For more information, check on http://www.luxair.lu. From Luxembourg station, take bus number 110 or 111 to get to Echternach.

From airport Frankfurt/Hahn in Germany, there is a shuttle bus to Luxembourg-City.
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