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Introduction

As one of the top three richest counties in the world, Luxembourg is a must visit for those who want to explore the luxurious side of Europe. Small in size, Luxembourg is bordered by Belgium, France and Germany, making it a central point for those also hoping to travel around Europe.
The finance and technology industries in Luxembourg are thriving, making it a must visit for those who like to spend their hard earned cash on the latest gadgets. There is also stunning architecture and a surprising amount of natural landmarks to visit too, making it a great spot for many.

Driving in Luxembourg
  • Road Driving Side
    R
  • Urban Speed Limit
    50kmh
  • Rural Speed Limit
    90kmh
  • Motorway Speed Limit
    120kmh

Driving culture in Luxembourg

What are the roads like in Luxembourg?
The roads are well-developed, especially in comparison to many other European countries, and are of high quality. However, the design of the roads can be a little confusing, especially for those who are new to the country.
What are the drivers in Luxembourg like?
Driving in Luxembourg should be a hassle-free experience as the local drivers are typically polite and considerate, particularly towards those who are compliant with indicators.
What are the best times to drive?
Driving is typically easy throughout the day, with only slight rush hour traffic towards the city centre midweek. Though this should never be busy enough to cause a visitor to delay a trip.
What are the driving laws?
A warning triangle, headlamp converter and a GB plate are a necessity in Luxembourg and must be kept in the car at all times. Seatbelts must be worn by the driver and every passenger at all times.

Important things to note

When driving at night, headlights must be flashed when overtaking in non-built up areas as a warning to other drivers.
Mobile phone use when driving is not banned; it is permitted if the driver “takes all necessary precautions to avoid an accident.”
Children under the age of twelve cannot be seated in the front seat of the car, unless they are seated within a proper child restraint system.

Attractions to drive to

Most popular destinations in Luxembourg

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