Luxembourg Art Week 2018


Museums, galleries, concert halls, restaurants, bars, clubs, high-street brands and corner shops: LUXEMBOURG ART WEEK 2017 is teaming up with TRAVELBLOG by Luxair produced by Maison Moderne to bring you the best of the city's cultural and culinary offerings. For a full guide, check out the TRAVELBLOG!

Cape Cod

11, avenue de la Porte-Neuve
L-2227 Luxembourg


This attractive store focuses on high-end brands of shoes and accessories for women: Prada, Jimmy Choo, Manolo Blahnik… and much, much more. This season, it’s sandals for everyone!

Hôtel Le Royal

12, boulevard Royal

L-2449 Luxembourg

Royal Traditional room

Guests at Luxembourg's Le Royal enjoy the convenience of having everything under one roof, including several restaurants, a boutique and a beauty salon. Service is personalized and attentive, and the hotel is ideally located in the heart of the city. The comfortably appointed guest rooms are understated and immaculate, and many have views of the adjacent park. Returning customers will notice that most rooms as well as the Amélys Restaurant and the Piano Bar have recently been refurbished from top to bottom.

Hôtel Simoncini

6, rue de Notre Dame

L-2240 Luxembourg

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Competent and attentive staff await guests at Hotel Simoncini, where the emphasis lies on practicality, harmony and well-being. Cultural and tourist destinations abound in the area, and most of Luxembourg's shops are found here. This lends great ease of access and conviviality to the hotel.

Vins Fins

18, rue Münster

L-2160 Luxembourg

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At Vins Fins, François serves vintages produced in organic or biodynamic vineyards, as well as beers and sodas from small-time, non-industrial organic producers. There are also platters of cheese and pork products to be savoured on the premises.

Ënnert de Steiler

2, rue de la Loge

L-1945 Luxembourg


Housed in a building dating back to the 14th century, this pub has been serving drinks since 1842, making it the oldest pub in Luxembourg. Nowadays, the patrons tend to be young, tattooed rock fans, and DJs man the turntables on two floors. The house serves mainly beers and cocktails.


27-29, rue Notre-Dame

L-2240 Luxembourg


The minimalist interior is softened by subtle plays of light which cause the atmosphere to change as the day progresses, with the lighting gradually turning softer as the evening progresses. There is a vast choice of wines by the glass and cocktails.

Luxembourg National Museum of History and Art


L-2011 Luxembourg


From prehistory to the Beaux Arts movement of the 20th century, experience the entire history of Luxembourg as you make your way up from the basement to the eaves of this wonderful museum. Do not miss the Roman mosaic known locally as “aux muses”. The new Wiltheim Wing provides an insight into the history of local furniture making and design through the ages.

Lëtzebuerg City Museum

14, rue du Saint-Esprit

L-1475 Luxembourg

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Discover the entire history of Luxembourg City in this spectacular building in which the exhibits start off in the basement, hewed out of the rock, and go on and on as you rise through the bright upper floors. The Museum's collections bear witness to the industrial, handicraft and commercial heritage of the capital. The musuem's panoramic lift is a fascinating example of the successful adaptation of an old building to the expectations of modern-day museum visitors. The glass cage of the lift passes through the entire height of the museum. The cage is a room in itself, with a surface area of 18 sqm, and can hold up to 65 people. Thanks to its transparent walls and reduced pace, the public is able to admire the rock foundations visible on the lower levels and the panoramic view of the Grund district and Rham plateau on the upper levels. The lift travels through more than thousand years of history in a few minutes, showing the urban stratification of the city of Luxembourg throughout the centuries.

Luxembourg House

2, rue de l’Eau

L-1449 Luxembourg


Luxembourg House is a newly opened store which sells all kinds of products made in Luxembourg: wines, delicatessen, pastries, objects, jewellery, accessories, fashion, design and art.


24, avenue de la Liberté

L-1930 Luxembourg


This is the place to go for teenagers and those who like to dress like them, selling street wear, sneakers, accessories and books and gadgets too. Extrabold caters to girls and boys alike.


149, rue de la Tour Jacob

L-1831 Luxembourg (Clausen)


This Italian restaurant specialises in serving dishes from a number of Italian provinces. The mere mention of the chef’s specials is enough to send prospective diners into raptures, and as for the wine list, it is positively amazing, with real treasures to be discovered.

Yamayu Santatsu

26, rue Notre-Dame

L-2240 Luxembourg


This is a classic establishment for those looking for top-notch Japanese cuisine. The sushi is of outstanding quality and the ramen and udon are delicious. The master sushi maker works in front of the patrons, who can sit along the counter.

Brasserie Guillaume

12-14, place Guillaume II

L-1648 Luxembourg


This is one of the capital’s unmissable addresses because of its central location and appealing offers: a dozen carpaccio recipes, seafood directly from Rungis, meat and fish, etc. This is true brasserie tradition, both the dishes themselves and the atmospheric restaurant where you can eat at any time of the day.

Centre national de l’audiovisuel (CNA)

1b, rue du Centenaire

L-3475 Dudelange


Visitors to the Centre national de l’audiovisuel (CNA) get to experience an exceptional cultural diversity and are spoilt for choice with the centre’s two temporary exhibition spaces, Display01 and the Pomhouse, its two permanent galleries housing the Steichen Collections – The Bitter Years at the Waassertuerm and The Family of Man at Clervaux Castle – and, last but not least, its two cinemas and the centre’s multimedia library, known as the Médiathèque.

The CNA is both an open platform for the general public and a professional institution. It was established in 1989 and placed under the authority of the Ministry of Culture. Its missions are the conservation and enhancement of Luxembourg’s audiovisual heritage and to ensure that all members of the public can access the culture of sound and that of the fixed and moving image, through exhibitions, publications, screenings, conferences and other events aimed at the general public.

Photo ©Romain Girtgen, CNA

Centre Pompidou-Metz

1, parvis des Droits-de-l’Homme

57020 Metz Cedex 1, France

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Centre Pompidou-Metz is a public centre for the arts inaugurated in 2010. Focusing on modern and contemporary art, it presents temporary exhibitions as well as live performances, films and conferences. Located in an innovative building designed by Shigeru Ban and Jean de Gastines, Centre Pompidou-Metz organises internationally acclaimed thematic and monographic exhibitions drawing among others on the world-renowned collections of the Centre Pompidou, Musée national d’art moderne.

Villa Vauban – Musée d’Art

18, avenue Émile Reuter

L-2420 Luxembourg

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The museum was designed to reflect the specificity of its collection of paintings originally acquired by wealthy private collectors in the 18th and 19th century. Its core structure, an urban villa from 1873, was redeveloped under the supervision of architect Philippe Schmit of the Luxembourg-based office Diane Heirend & Philippe Schmit architectes, whose contemporary extension engages in a stimulating architectural dialogue with the historic building. The Villa Vauban owes its name to a fort of the former Luxembourg fortress built by the fortress architect of Louis XIV, Sébastien Le Prestre Vauban (1633–1707) which served as the foundation of the later residence. Today an impressive part of the fortress wall of the 18th century can be admired in the basement of the museum. The museum complex is located in a park designed by the French architect Édouard André (1840–1911), one of the leading landscape planners of his time. Extensive refurbishment works will recover the park's original design, thus allowing visitors to explore historic works of art in a quiet and relaxing setting in the heart of the city.

Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’art contemporain

Entrances for visitors :

41, rue Notre-Dame

L-2240 Luxembourg


7, boulevard F. Roosevelt

L-2450 Luxembourg

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Ideally located in the heart of the capital, Casino Luxembourg organises since 1996 contemporary art exhibitions with a focus on young or emerging artists. Following recent refurbishment works, the first floor of the building is reserved for temporary exhibitions (monographic and thematic exhibitions), while the ground floor holds a screening room (BlackBox) as well as a specialised library, a dedicated space for educational activities and the café-restaurant ca(fé)sino.

Photo © Eric Chenal

Mudam Luxembourg – Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean

3, Park Dräi Eechelen

L-1499 Luxembourg-Kirchberg

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After several years of operating without a dedicated exhibition space, Mudam, Luxembourg’s museum of modern art, moved into a spectacular building designed by the world-renowned architect Ieoh Ming Pei in 2006. The museum’s collection and programme reflect current trends in contemporary art while documenting the emergence of new artistic practices on the national and international level. A place for aesthetic discoveries, reflection and contemplation, Mudam also provides a quiet setting for a coffee break (Mudam Café) and a small museum shop (Mudam Boutique).