Trains in Luxembourg
Trains in Luxembourg branch out in all directions from the country's enchanting and unique capital, Luxembourg City. You can travel by rail to castle ruins and scenic nature parks in the north, or to up-and-coming cities in the south. With easily accessible, modern and comfortable trains, exploring the Grand Duchy and it's 5 regions is well worth it!
Train types in Luxembourg
You can travel throughout Luxembourg using regional trains and buses operated by CFL (Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois), the Grand Duchy's national railway company. International trains connect Luxembourg to cities in neigbouring countries. You can get times for trains in Luxembourg in the Interrail timetable.
A valid Pass for Luxembourg can be used on all train services run by the national railway company CFL. One country Pass & Global Pass holders do not need to use the Pass to travel by train in 2nd Class as all second class public transport in Luxembourg including funicilar, tram, train is FREE. As for 1st class Pass holders, they will need to use the Pass if they travel in 1st class in Luxembourg.
- DOMESTIC TRAINS
- INTERNATIONAL TRAINS
Trains in Luxembourg
Regular services that stop at every station along the route.
No reservation required.
Regional Express (RE)
Similar to RegionalBahn trains but with less stops at stations along the route.
No reservation required.
CFL buses (BUS)
- A fleet of 60 buses complement the train network in Luxembourg.
- No reservation required.
City buses, regional buses, trams and funicular
- These types of public transport are for free
International trains in Luxembourg
InterCity trains connect Luxembourg to Liège and Brussels in Belgium.
RB and RE trains connect Luxembourg to Koblenz and Düsseldorf in Germany, and to Metz and Nancy in France.
Reservations are optional. We recommend making one if you'll be travelling during a busy period.
For travel between Luxembourg and Paris (France).
- Reservations for this train are compulsory and they can get fully booked. We recommend making your reservation 3 months in advance to avoid disappointment.
CFL international buses (BUS)
- 2 international bus lines complement the train network in Luxembourg.
- Easy acces to Saarbrücken and Gare Lorraine TGV from Luxembourg central station
- Reservation required
Popular Connections in Luxembourg
- International routes
You can travel to and from Luxembourg from popular cities in the following European countries:
|Route||Which train?||Travel time||Reservations|
|Luxembourg City to Brussels (Belgium)||InterCity||3 hours||Optional|
|Luxembourg City to Koblenz (Germany)||InterCity||2 hours||Optional|
|Luxembourg City to Paris (France)||TGV||2 hours||Required|
Reservations for trains in Luxembourg
How can I make reservations for trains in Luxembourg?
Online: through our Reservation Service.
At major train stations: at a ticket office or self-service machine.
By phone: contact the CFL call centre, Monday to Friday 7:00 to 19:00. Closed on public holidays.
What can I expect when calling CFL?
1. Call CFL on +352 2489 2489
2. You'll hear a menu in German, French and English.
3. Choose extension "2" for bookings and train information.
4. You can get your reservations delivered to any European country for €7. You can pick them up at Luxembourg's main train station and pay a booking fee of €5.
Get your Pass for Luxembourg
Tips and tricks for Luxembourg
Luxembourg's main train station
At the heart of Luxembourg's rail network is its main train station Luxembourg (Gare Centrale). From this station you can take trains and buses to domestic and international destinations.
Luxembourg main station has great, modern facilities:
Lockers to store your stuff
Cash machines and a foreign exchange desk
Cafés, restaurants and shops
Escalators, elevators and access for disabled passengers
Example train route in the Benelux
An Interrail Benelux Pass covers train travel in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.
Amsterdam > Maastricht > Brussels > Luxembourg City
Amsterdam: Wander through the historical city center and breathe in the vibrant atmosphere.
Antwerp: Well known for its trendy fashion boutiques and beautiful architecture.
Brussels: Bustling with culture – be sure to take a stroll at the Grand Place square.
Luxembourg City: Soaked in luxury and history. Enjoy amazing scenery at Chemin de la Corniche – ‘Europe’s most beautiful balcony'.
Travel days needed: 3 days within 1 month
Prices from € 105
Luxembourg Luxembourg is one of Europe’s treasured gems. Travel on its well-connected train lines with your Interrail pass. Discover special places and events!
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