Nestled between Germany, France and Belgium, Luxembourg has made a name for itself as one of the world’s most attractive event destinations. With an area of just 2,586km2, Luxembourg is one of the tiniest countries in Europe, which makes the distances between venues, hotels and leisure spots very short and convenient.
A multicultural country by tradition, Luxembourg has a cosmopolitan character, welcoming around 170 different nationalities, and a cultural diversity that is reflected in the languages you hear on the streets, in its avant-garde restaurant scene as well as in the arts and leisure sector.
With its international flair and cosmopolitan vibe, Luxembourg has over the years accumulated a wealth of experience in welcoming companies and associations from all over the world, making it the ideal place for organising meetings. So how is this small European destination shaping its future with business events in mind?
Find out in this guidebook updates on Luxembourg's accommodation and meeting spaces, legacy events, industrial identification of the region and a detailed description of its regions:
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