The city of Luxembourg is served by an efficient network of buses. The main centre of the capital city is very compact and eminently walkable, in spite of the cliffs and ramparts which so characterise the old fortress city. There is no underground or tramway service. A ride on a City bus will set you back a flat fare of €1.50. This "billet courte-distance" (i.e. short distance ticket) is valid for one hour (or 10 km) from purchase on the whole of Luxembourg's public transport network, and also allows transits between city and country buses and trains. Readers might like to know that a block of 10 such tickets can be purchased in advance for the cost of €10.
www.autobus.lu (French language site)
tel: 352 4796 2975.
The hostel is very clean and modern. It is really large for a hostel and well organised but the feel isn't as personal as it can be in some smaller hostels. The staff were very friendly, and not at all intrusive.
Also called "the most beautiful balcony of Europe". It has superb views of the Alzette Valley and the hills around the city.
It runs along the Alzette Valley on the ramparts - from the Bock Promontory up to the lower part of the Holy Ghost Citadel
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