Something for the kids ;-) This Saturday at the Cité Biblio...
All Luxembourg City bus lines (1–33), the tram line and certain RGTR lines are free on Saturdays, as well as on special days when the city's shops are open for Sunday shoppers.
City Shopping Bus
This free shuttle connects the Glacis car park to the city centre ("Beaumont" stop).
The shuttle has an extended route on Saturdays and on special days when the shops are open for Sunday shoppers. It serves the "Beaumont" stop in the city centre as well as the "Forum Royal", "Hällepull", "Cathédrale" and "Kasinosgaass" stops.
City Night Bus
Friday and Saturday nights until 3:30!
Some paid car parks are free at weekends:
Schuman and Glacis car parks
The Schuman car park (400 spaces) and the Glacis car park are free on Saturdays and Sundays (except during the Schueberfouer). The "Fondation Pescatore" bus stop near the car park is served at regular intervals by bus lines 1/125, 2, 8, 16, 18, 20 and 30.
Stade car park
The Stade car park (Route d'Arlon) is free on Saturdays and Sundays (except during the Schueberfouer). It is served by bus line 28, which runs every 30 minutes on Sundays between 12:37 and 18:07 in the direction of the city centre ("Monterey" stop) and Luxembourg Central Station. Return trips depart from Luxembourg Central Station, platform 4, every 30 minutes between 13:01 and 18:31.
P+R Howald, Lux-Sud A + B
The Howald Lux-Sud car park – free for the first 24 hours – is served by line 21, which runs every 30 minutes on Sundays between 12:46 and 18:16 in the direction of Luxembourg Central Station and the city centre ("Monterey" stop). Return trips depart from platform 1 at the "Monterey" stop every 30 minutes between 12:58 and 18:28.
This car park has over 2,400 places and is free for the first 24 hours. Line 1/125 leaves the Bouillon car park every 10 minutes starting at 12:48, taking passengers to the Gare district and the city centre. Return trips to P+R Bouillon are operated from 13:05 to 18:35, from "Hamilius" Quai 2 (Boulevard Royal).
by bike and on foot
Known for its short distances, Luxembourg City can easily be explored by bike or on foot: