The main advantages of this neighbourhood are

  • its residential feel;
  • Merl Park;
  • its proximity to the city centre and the high schools of the Geesseknäppchen campus, which are accessible on foot; and
  • the nearby P+R Bouillon, to the south.

Geographic location

Hollerich has a surface area of 160.01 hectares and is located in the south of the capital. It borders

  • Belair and Ville-Haute to the north;
  • the Gare district to the east;
  • Gasperich and Cessange to the south; and
  • Merl to the west.


Number of residents

  • 7,699 as at 31/12/2022
  • Demographic weight 5.99% of Luxembourg City's population

Population growth

  • 2016: 6,886
  • 2017: 6,963
  • 2018: 7,107
  • 2019: 7,132
  • 2020: 7,265
  • 2021: 7,442

Infrastructure for children


Hollerich schools
21, Rue Antoine Meyer, L-2153 Luxembourg
25, Rue Antoine Meyer, L-2153 Luxembourg
President: Noémie Laplanche

Additional information


Athénée de Luxembourg

Lycée Michel Rodange ​

Lycée Aline Mayrisch

Lycée technique – Ecole de Commerce et de Gestion ​

International School of Luxembourg


Childcare centre

21, Rue Antoine Meyer, L-1626 Luxembourg

Additional information


Other infrastructure

Culture, sports and leisure

  • Merl Park
  • 2 playgrounds
  • Carré, apprendre et créer (creativity and learning centre)
  • LUCA – Luxembourg Center for Architecture
  • 1 cultural centre
  • Hollerich Skatepark
  • 2 gymnastics halls
  • 1 football field


  • 28 bus stops
  • Bus lines serving the area: 4, 12, 15, 17, 24, 125 CN1, CN3
  • 5 vel'OH! stations
  • 8 above-ground car parks
  • 21 parking spaces for people with reduced mobility


The former parish of Hollerich is mentioned as far back as the 10th century. In the Middle Ages, this area consisted of farms, stone quarries and lime kilns, which delivered their products to the nearby city and Fortress of Luxembourg.

Very soon, small manufacturing sites popped up here. After Hollerich was connected to the Luxembourg railway network and its first train station was opened in 1859, industry and trade prospered in this neighbourhood.

The population doubled very quickly and by the end of the 19th century, Hollerich had become one of the most dynamic municipalities in the country.

In 1920, the former municipality of Hollerich was merged with Luxembourg City.