The railroad network in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg covers about 250 kilometers, operated by CFL, the Luxembourg National Railways. Practically every locality has train or bus connections.
Luxembourg railway station is the central hub of Luxembourg's domestic railway network, serving as a terminus for all but one of Luxembourg's railway lines. It also functions as the country's international railway station, with services into each of the surrounding countries: Belgium, France, and Germany.
Since May 1999, the Luxembourg Railways run to the "Horaire Cadencé" schedule, meaning that there is at least 1 train every hour to every station at the same time of every hour between 08.00 and 20.00.
For more information about traveling by train and bus in Luxembourg, you can check this handy webpage: Public transport in Luxembourg.
If you'll take an international train from or to Luxembourg, please note that reservation may be compulsory. Read more about international reservation fees.
Eurail aid office in Luxembourg
Eurail aid office
Luxembourg Central Station
Daily: 06.00 -20.00
Airport station links
From Luxembourg Findel airport bus 9 and 16 go to the railway station. Eurail passes are not valid on the bus.