Getting to Luxembourg
Luxembourg (LUX, www.lux-airport.lu). Luxembourg’s international airport. Airlines flying into Luxembourg are Luxair (from most European destinations), KLM (from Amsterdam), British Airways and Easy Jet (from London), Lufthansa (from Munich), SAS (from Copenhagen), Swiss (from Zurich).
Frankfurt-Hahn (HHN, www.hahn-airport.de), a Ryanair budget-airline hub, two hours bus ride from Luxembourg City, connections to Southern and Eastern Europe and UK.
Luxembourg Railway Station (11, Place de la Gare, L-1616 Luxembourg) / all info at www.cfl.lu
Paris by TGV (2¼ hrs), Basel (3½ hrs) via Strasbourg, Brussels (3 hrs), Koblenz (2 hrs), Trier (45 min).
Luxembourg is connected to the far corners of Europe by an excellent network of highways. The capital city of Luxembourg is directly linked to the highways: A1, A13, A3, A4, A6, A7
To/From the Airports
Citybus 16 runs from Luxembourg Airport to Gare Centrale (central train station) and bus 9 to Place Hamilius (in Old Town) every 10-15 minutes weekdays.www.mobiliteit.lu
Flibco buses (www.flibco.com) run from Frankfurt-Hahn (2 hrs), Frankfurt Airport (4 hrs) and Charleroi (2¾ hrs).
A taxi from the airport to the city centre costs around €30.
Buses run every few minutes between the train station and the Place Hamilius city bus stand, www.mobiliteit.lu
Access to the Parc Hotel Alvisse
There are 3 bus lines (100 - 110 - 111) that stop just in front of the hotel, (Bus stop : Dommeldange-Um Dauschbour)
More details about the bus lines available on the hotel website or on www.mobiliteit.lu.
IMPORTANT - 1st March 2020, the use of public transport will be free of charge throughout Luxembourg for all residents and non-residents (except for those travelling first class).
The hotel offers a free parking just in front of the hotel.