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Social Life in Luxembourg

Language in Luxembourg

Luxembourgish, the national language, is similar to German. German is the first foreign language for most Luxembourgers and the media use German. French is the administrative language, and English is widely spoken and often the basic language of social life in Luxembourg.

Being a multicultural country, the children spend half their time learning languages. In primary school they first learn to read and write in German, in the second year French is added and becomes the dominant language in secondary education, and then Luxembourgish. So by the time the children are eight, they will be learning in all three official languages. If your children are young, they will pick these up easily. At secondary school they will also learn English.

There are choices — two European schools and two international schools.

Social Life in Luxembourg

Luxembourg may be small, but it is lively and vibrant with all ages represented. It has a huge mix of peoples, language and culture — there will be something for you. Luxembourg really is at the crossroads of Europe. The city has museums and art galleries, and you may find yourself caught up in one of the staged events taking place. The warmer weather lends itself to a more open, outdoor life than is often enjoyable in the UK.

Although Luxembourg City is small it has a wide variety of bars and clubs, mostly in the centre. There are a lot of young, single party-goers. You can find details at: http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Travel-g190356-s402/Luxembourg-City:Luxembourg:Nightlife.html

Native Luxembourgers tend towards formality and protect their privacy. If you are invited to their home for tea or dinner a small gift is appreciated — but not chrysanthemums, used at funerals, nor 13 flowers, an “unlucky” number.

Tourist information centres have a generous amount of information on the sites to visit, and the local library will have details of the culture — theatre, music, art, and exhibitions.

National Holidays

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Published By VanOne
Last updated on 12th August 2019

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