Free public transport

Public transport can be used free of charge in Luxembourg City and throughout the entire country. The following means of public transport are free:

  • bus,
  • tram,
  • train (2nd class),
  • funicular.

Pets and service animals ride free of charge. No fees apply for luggage or other items brought on board by passengers.

Children and young people

Children under 4 must be accompanied by someone aged 12 or over.

For all group travel involving more than ten children as part of a school, pre-school or extracurricular activity, special authorisation must be requested from the public transport operator. Acceptance of this request will be dependent on the technical resources of the public transport operator.

People with disabilities

All buses on the municipal lines have ramps for persons with reduced mobility.


The "Rollibus" door-to-door service for people with reduced mobility is free for those in a wheelchair and the person accompanying them.

Vaccination centre - Hall Victor Hugo

Free transport service to the vaccination centre

Reserved for residents belonging to groups 2a, 2b, 3a & 3b of the COVID-19 vaccination strategy

Residents of Luxembourg City who have received an invitation as part of the national vaccination campaign are now offered a transport service to and from the vaccination centre. Residents belonging to the groups:

  • 2a (aged 75 and up)
  • 2b (persons considered to be highly vulnerable due to pre-existing health conditions)
  • 3a (persons aged 70-74)
  • 3b (persons considered to be significantly vulnerable due to pre-existing health conditions)

This service provides residents with an easy option for getting to and from the vaccination centre, where they will be checked in for their appointment on arrival.

To make use of the service, eligible residents are asked to book their trip at least 24 hours before their appointment at the vaccination centre by calling 4796-2975 (available Monday to Saturday from 8:00 to 18:00). To book their trip, users of the service will need to provide the date and time of their vaccination appointment, their name, their place of residence and a telephone number where they can be contacted.

The Service Autobus will then schedule a trip with a "Hello Taxi" vehicle, which will pick up the user at their home and take them to the vaccination centre.

Once they have been vaccinated, users of the service are asked to go the Service Autobus stand near the exit of the hall, where an agent will organise their trip back home.

Transport will be provided every day, during the opening hours of the vaccination centre. Steps have been taken to ensure that the public-health measures currently in force are observed during all trips (airing and disinfection of vehicles after each trip; provision of hand sanitiser, etc.). Users may be accompanied by one person.

Exceptions to free public transport


"Call-a-Bus" is a door-to-door transport service for people aged 70 and over. Please bear in mind that the point of departure and destination must be within Luxembourg City.

Cross-border public transport

The prices for cross-border public transport are available on the website of the Mobility Centre (Mobilitéitszentral). Passes and individual tickets can be purchased online and at the Mobility Centre.

1st class

Passengers who wish to travel in 1st class must purchase tickets and pay a fare.