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Vital statistics

Average Home Price

1,447,903.72 USD


Euros (€)

Average Salary

58,347.97 USD

Average Rental Price per Month

1,614.53 USD

Average Commute Time

29 minutes

Annual  temperature

29 - 74 °F

Living In This Tiny, Rich, Country

Luxembourg is a small country with a lot of character, a cosmopolitan city, with art and culture flowing out of it. As well as being full of attractions and gorgeous outdoor spots for you to marvel at. Not to mention the mixture of architecture from the Dutch, French, Spanish, and Belgian to name a few.

Luxembourg’s Secret Sauce

  • Luxembourg along with Strasbourg and Brussels are the official capitals of the European Union.
  • It is viewed as being found in the heart of Europe, between Belgium, France, and Germany.
  • The natural landscape is amazing with vine-growing slopes of the Moselle Valley, hilltops of the Ardennes, and the rocky outcrops of “Little Switzerland”.
  • Luxembourg has become a very advanced economy in recent years, so much so that it has the world's highest GDP per capita.

Cost of the essentials

Luxembourg is clearly one of the more expensive places in Europe where the average cost of living is 3,307 euros (3,890 USD) without rent.

253.08 USD

Energy bill / month

61.91 USD

Internet bill / month

5.87 USD / 0.5 liter

Domestic beer

2.83 USD

Loaf of Bread

11.74 USD

McDonalds Meal

Not to Miss What This Mighty Tiny Country Has to Offer

  • Take a ride on the Panoramic Elevator of the Pfaffenthal which is 75 m high (just not on Mondays, due to maintenance).
  • Take in the beauty from Chemin de la Corniche, the most beautiful balcony of Europe from the 17th century, and it runs along the Alzette valley on the ramparts. 
  • Check out the old-school Renaissance architecture glory of the Grand Ducal Palace, which went through a lot of battles such as a gunpowder explosion in 1554, but it was rebuilt 20 years later.