The main advantages of this neighbourhood are

  • its residential feel;
  • its nearby recreational areas, such as Tony Neuman Park and the "Kinnekswiss", and the many smaller green spaces dotted across the neighbourhood; and
  • its close proximity to the city centre.

Geographic location

Limpertsberg has a surface area of 157.07 hectares, and is located in the heart of the capital. It borders

  • Mühlenbach and Eich to the north;
  • Ville-Haute to the south; and
  • Rollingergrund/Belair-Nord to the southwest and west; respectively.

Limperstberg is connected to Kirchberg by the Pont Grande-Duchesse Charlotte.


Number of residents

  • 11,363 as at 31/12/2022
  • Demographic weight: 8.97% of the population of Luxembourg City

Population growth

  • 2016: 10,407
  • 2017: 10,435
  • 2018: 10,852
  • 2019: 10,941
  • 2020: 11,067
  • 2021: 11,195

Infrastructure for children


Limpertsberg schools
Chair: Gilles Bley

1, Rue Batty Weber, L-2716 Luxembourg
49A, Rue Ermesinde, L-1469, Luxembourg
59, Avenue Victor Hugo, L-1750 Luxembourg

Additional information

Secondary schools and university

Lycée Michel Lucius Luxembourg - International School Michel Lucius

Lycée technique du Centre ​

Lycée de Garçons de Luxembourg

Lycée des Arts et Métiers ​

Lycée Robert-Schuman Luxembourg

University of Luxembourg – Limpertsberg campus

Foyers scolaires

Limpertsberg – Ermesinde
49A, Rue Ermesinde, L-1469 Luxembourg

Limpertsberg – Henri VII
46, Rue Henri VII, L-1725 Luxembourg
1, Rue Batty Weber, L-2716 Luxembourg

Additional information

Other infrastructure

Culture, sports and leisure

  • Tony Neuman Park
  • Georges Willmar Park
  • Roudebierg (natural green space with historic facades)
  • 9 playgrounds
  • 2 pétanque greens
  • 2 tennis courts (Tennis Limpertsberg (SMASH))
  • 1 community garden
  • Grand Théâtre
  • Hall Victor Hugo
  • Tramsschapp
  • Cinéma Utopia
  • Zaltimbanq’ Zirkusschoul (circus school)
  • Culturando
  • 1 gymnastics hall
  • 1 training pool


  • 41 bus stops
  • Bus lines serving the area: 2/4, 3/30, 19, CN1, CN2, City Shopping Bus
  • 5 vel'OH! stations 
  • 8 car parks
  • Parking spaces for people with reduced mobility: 41 on the roads, 20 in covered car parks
  • 2 tram stations

Local interest groups


Limpertsberg owes its development to the dismantling of the Fortress of Luxembourg in 1867. The plateau, which was mainly used for agriculture (in particular rose growing), was transformed during the first part of the 20th century into an urban area.

The neighbourhood's first primary school was opened in 1906, and the church was consecrated in 1912. In 1908, the Lycée des Arts et Métiers (now the Lycée de Garçons) opened as the first public secondary school in Limpertsberg. Other secondary schools followed and made Limpertsberg the student quarter.