A valid passport is required for all foreign nationals entering Luxembourg and it is..Travel Health
Luxembourg is a very safe place for both personal health and safety. There are no..Local Currency
The Euro (€) is Luxembourg’s currency and it is available in notes (500€, 200€..Weather
Luxembourg enjoys a mild temperate climate with rainfall in all seasons, especially..Local Customs
Luxembourg’s population of just under half a million people is made up of around 67%..Languages
Luxembourgish is the official language of Luxembourg, however French and German are also..Transport Options
Due to its tiny size, Luxembourg has only one major airport, Luxembourg-Findel..Travel Tips
Most stores in Luxembourg close on Sundays. Generally shopping hours are from 10:00am to..Local Food
The cuisine of Luxembourg has been heavily influenced by the food of neighbouring..Local Timezones
Luxembourg is in the Central European Time (CET) zone which is one hour ahead of GMT...Dutyfree Limits
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A valid passport is required for all foreign nationals entering Luxembourg and it is advisable to ensure that your passport has at least six months validity when visiting any foreign country. Along with 24 other European countries, Luxembourg is a signatory to the Schengen Convention. That means a visa to any other signatory state of the Schengen Agreement is valid in Luxembourg too (in most cases). No visa is required for citizens of other EU member states, and citizens of some selected nations with whom the European Union or Luxembourg have special treaties can enter Luxembourg for up to 90 days in a 180 day period without a visa. This includes Australian, New Zealand, Canadian and US citizens, among many others. Be aware that the 90 day limit runs concurrently across the whole of the Schengen zone and the countdown begins when entering any of the signatory countries. It does not reset when travelling into another country covered by the Schengen agreement.
Visas cannot be issued in Luxembourg so you must hold one before entry if required to do so. You may be required to show immigration officials that you have return or onward tickets and adequate means of support and accommodation upon entering Luxembourg.
More info on the Schengen Agreement and travel documents for EU citizens can be found at http://europa.eu/travel/doc/index_en.htm
There are no departure taxes applicable in Luxembourg.
As entry requirements may change from time to time it is strongly advised that you check with the department of foreign affairs or your local consulate or embassy for the current requirements.
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We strongly advise that all Australian travellers check the latest travel advice on the Australian Government Smart Traveller site.