The main advantages of this neighbourhood are

  • its historic feel, picturesque surroundings and range of hiking trails;
  • its proximity to Ville-Haute; and
  • its lack of large office buildings.

Geographic location

The Grund has a surface area of 30.03 hectares and is located in the heart of the capital. It borders

  • Pfaffenthal and Clausen to the north;
  • Cents and Pulvermühl to the east;
  • Bonnevoie-Nord/Verlorenkost to the southeast;
  • the Gare district to the south-west
  • and Ville-Haute to the west.


Number of residents

  • 1,030 as at 31/12/2022
  • Demographic weight: 0.82% of the population of Luxembourg City

Population growth

  • 2016: 969
  • 2017: 950
  • 2018: 931
  • 2019: 957
  • 2020: 961
  • 2021: 977

Infrastructure for children


The Grund – Haus vun de Kanner
12, Bisserwee, L-1238 Luxembourg

Additional information

Other infrastructure

Culture, sports and leisure

  • Péitruss Skatepark
  • Klouschtergaart
  • Minitrain
  • Minigolf
  • 2 playgrounds
  • 1 multi-sport field
  • 1 outdoor fitness area
  • Neumünster Abbey
  • natur musée (National Museum of Natural History)


  • 5 bus stops
  • Bus lines serving the area: 20, 23, CN1
  • 6 above-ground car parks
  • 7 parking spaces for people with reduced mobility


  • CIPA Servior (nursing home)


The Grund is one of Luxembourg City's oldest neighbourhoods. As far back as the 14th century, there is mention of a hospice operating in this area. It was located in the building that now houses the National Museum of Natural History. This predecessor of the city's modern-day hospices cared for the elderly, the infirm, and orphans.

After the abbey on the Altmünster Plateau was destroyed in 1543, Neumünster Abbey was built in the Grund. For centuries, its buildings were used as a prison, but today they are the site of the Neumünster cultural and community centre.