Luxembourg is a small country in central Europe, between Germany, France and Belgium.It is the only country in the world with a so called "Grand Duchy" political structure. The area of Luxembourg is quite small and its population does not even reach 500,000. Nevertheless, this country exerts a considerable political and economic influence, first of all, for being a member of the Benelux confederation, and secondly for being one among the founding countries of the European Union.
Its capital city is Luxembourg, home to around 85,000 inhabitants, perched on a spur of overhanging rock. About fifty bridges and viaducts connect the fortress with the rest of the territory. In fact, the city is an authentic natural fortress. In the ancient town center, located on a hill overlooking the Alzette river, you can admire some Renaissance monuments, whose artistic and historical value is such that UNESCO has awarded the historic center of the city with the title of "World Heritage".
Luxembourg is a very important financial center in Europe and, indeed, in the world. First of all, it is home to some of the most important institutions of the European community, like the Court of Auditors and the Court of Justice. Its leading role in the economic and political world makes this city a lively cultural center, with many museums, libraries and research institutes. Luxembourg City is usually a destination for business, rather than tourism. However, whatever the reason for the visit, we recommend you carve out a little time to discover - or rediscover - some beautiful works of art. We suggest a walk through the historic centre of the capital with its Grande Rue, full of bars and luxury shops; a visit to the Gothic cathedral of Notre Dame, built in the seventeenth century, where the Grand Dukes of Luxembourg are buried; and finally the Grand Ducal Palace, official residence of the Grand Dukes since 1895.
Findel is the only airport there, only 5km far from the capital city. Although this country is small, the airport has a passengers turnover of about 2.5 million people a year. This airport was opened in 1946 and over the years, thanks to the national carrier Luxair, it has been steadily growing in success. In Luxembourg, public transport means trains and buses, which provide routes to all major cities and touristic sites in Europe, such as Amsterdam, Brussels and Frankfurt. Taxi companies are about ten, while hiring a car is absolutely not recommended, because of the high cost.
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To those who want to enjoy a break without worries of any kind, we offer a taxi service in Luxembourg. Booking a private transfer with Taxileader.net means to be collected by a qualified driver in possession of a valid license, who will bear a sign with the name you entered in the reservation form. He will take customers directly to their destination, hotel or airport. To get this kind of service, simply fill out the form on our website and enter the correct information. In this way, you will know the exact amount to be paid in cash to the driver, and you could also share the total expense with other passengers in your group.
This is a good solution to save time, especially for businessmen who do not want to go back home with the unpleasant sensation of not having visited the town as well. For tourists, a private taxi transfer avoids misunderstandings which happen when you do not speak the local language.