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Strategically located in the heart of Europe, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is the ideal MICE destination. It is a country with a human dimension, located within easy reach of numerous major European business centres, which limits the need for extensive travel.

The 10 Best Reasons to Favour Luxembourg

A country with a human dimension

The Grand Duchy is one of the few European countries to present and foster the human dimension. This means all its hotels, its tourism and business infrastructure are within easy reach, which represents a major advantage for MICE organisers: the costs and loss of time associated with lengthy journeys are not on the Luxembourg agenda.

Nearby and easy to reach

Strategically located in the heart of Europe, Luxembourg is above all a nearby destination with extremely easy access. Linked to the rest of Europe by a first-class road network, numerous air connections from its international airport and excellent rail connections (e.g. TGV from Paris), Luxembourg is easily accessible from anywhere in Europe.

First-class infrastructure

Throughout the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg - be it the capital city or the regions throughout the country - you will find modern and well-equipped conference and meeting infrastructure to suit your requirements and expectations. Venues provide high-quality, frequently modular and easily personalised facilities equipped with the latest communication technologies, allowing for easy organisation of meetings, seminars, exhibitions and other corporate events.

Perfectly safe

The Grand Duchy holds a trump card when it comes to political stability and the safety of people and property. For years in row, Mercer's annual quality of Living Survey places Luxembourg among the safest capital cities in the world. In choosing Luxembourg, you’ll have one worry less on your agenda.

A European capital

The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is one of the most dynamic founding members of Benelux and the European Union. Today, Luxembourg can proudly boast of being not only an internationally important economic and financial hub, but also a European capital and home to numerous international institutions. In organizing your conference or corporate event in Luxembourg, you’ll be able to benefit from the destination’s infrastructure and know-how, part of which is directly or indirectly resulting from Luxembourg’s long term role as one of the European capitals.

Extreme diversity

No other European country can boast so much diversity within so small an area. Luxembourg not only offers a multitude of lovingly preserved natural landscapes but it also bears constant witness to its rich history as well as its outstanding architectural, cultural and industrial heritage (prestigious museums, historic castles, exhibition halls and art galleries). A number of these sights have been listed as UNESCO World Heritage.

Sustainable development above all

Preserving its natural sites, harmoniously developing its urban centres, promoting the pure quality of everyday life: the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is a staunch adherent to the principles of sustainable development. Well aware of the richness of its natural, cultural and human resources as well as its extraordinary diversity, its people always keep the needs and the well-being of future generations in mind.

Fascinating nature

The Grand Duchy encourages a real return to nature. From the vine-growing slopes of the Moselle Valley to the rugged hilltops of the Ardennes, via the famous Land of the Red Rock still bearing the marks of a glorious industrial era, the rocky outcrops of Luxembourg’s “Little Switzerland” or the verdant Gutland at the heart of which nestles the city of Luxembourg: the country offers a multitude of sumptuous landscapes.

A land of regional produce

Wine and sparkling wine from the Moselle Valley, beer, honey, spelt-based products, meat and delicatessen products, butter, aromatic herbs, etc., Luxembourg’s local gourmet produce of finest quality has long been renowned and appreciated. In most cases, the produce is protected by labels certifying their 100% Luxembourg origin and/or their organic quality.

Moreover, Luxembourg is the country with the highest number of prestigious and starred restaurants per capita worldwide. You are offered a culinary panorama of extraordinary diversity and a level of quality rarely encountered elsewhere. From the traditional rustic inn, via the cosy and convivial brasserie, to the most acclaimed restaurant, Luxembourg’s table is varied, of the highest quality and generously served.

A multicultural and multilingual country

Luxembourg is a land of meeting and exchange, where more than one third of the local population holds a foreign passport. In excess of 150 different nationalities live in Luxembourg: Portuguese, French, Italians, Belgians, Germans, etc. The country’s linguistic system is based on the use of three administrative languages: Luxembourgish, French and German – with English widely spoken everywhere. Its geographic location places Luxembourg City less than half an hour away from France, Belgium and Germany. This amazing mixture of nationalities and cultures reflects in all aspects of Luxembourg society through the use of languages, in gastronomy, the arts, leisure, sports, etc.

Luxexpo The Box


Company seminars & Congresses, Banquets & Receptions, Fairs & Exhibitions, Event-Engineering, MICE Solutions, Rental of Modular Spaces, Multifunctional Rooms, Pluridisciplinary & multilingual employees.

Luxexpo The Box provides reception services, organises and serves the event. They showcase diversity, offer the unusual, encourage exchanges and communication, and awaken the desire for discovery.

Luxexpo mobilises all their human and technical resources to ensure that they always provide a unique experience in the same place and in the same space. They make it possible by using a multi-dimensional space that is transformed into an area of creation, recreation and discovery. It’s different every time.

Luxexpo is actively involved in making the event a success, by awakening the senses, provoking curiosity and tantalising emotions through an experience that will become unique.

Organizations based in Luxembourg

European Youth Information and Counselling Agency Est. 1986

European Society of Oncology Pharmacy Est. 2000

Fédération européenne des associations de négociants en aciers, tubes et métaux Est. 1999

Cloud Community Europe

European Captive Insurance and Reinsurance Owners' Association Est. 2008

Pedro Arrupe World Association Est. 1986

EIB Institute Est. 2012

European Group for Private International Law Est. 1991

Belgian-Luxembourg Economic Union Est. 1921

International Airlines Technical Pool Est. 1948

European Civil Society Forum on HIV/AIDS Est. 2005

European Investment Fund Est. 1994

European Jewish Fund Est. 2006

European Concept for Accessibility Network Est. 1985

European Forum of Official Gazettes Est. 2004

Centre d'information Tiers-monde Est. 1982

European Institute of Cultural Routes Est. 1997

Objectif Tiers-monde Est. 1975

Mercosur - European Business Forum Est. 1998

Du pain pour chaque enfant Est. 2002

Fondation Chrëschte mam Sahel Est. 1984

Action A B C en faveur de l'éducation et de la santé dans le Tiers-monde Est. 1988

Initiatives pour la formation européenne et les relations avec les pays de l'Europe centrale et orientale

Luxembourg International University Institute Est. 1974

The Bridge - Forum Dialogue Est. 2000

View More profiles (85 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

Future Events in Luxembourg

2024 European Conference on Software Architecture (ECSA)European Conference on Software Architecture

2024 General AssemblyWorldSkills Europe

2024 General AssemblyWorld Federation of Friends of Museums

2024 EUROMETAL Steel SeminarFédération européenne des associations de négociants en aciers, tubes et métaux

View More Future Events (4 total) in The International Congress Calendar

Past Events in Luxembourg

2024 Recent Trends in the Case Law of the Court of Justice of the EU – European Centre for Judges and Lawyers
2023 Review of legality of EU Sanctions – European Centre for Judges and Lawyers
2023 Digital evidence – European Centre for Judges and Lawyers
2023 The European Green Deal : Energy Union – European Centre for Judges and Lawyers
2023 Annual Conference on European Union Civil Service Law – European Centre for Judges and Lawyers
2023 The European Green Deal – European Centre for Judges and Lawyers
2023 IETM Focus Meeting – IETM - International Network for Contemporary Performing Arts
2023 The European Arrest Warrant – An Essential Update for Practitioners – European Centre for Judges and Lawyers
2023 Public Health – European Centre for Judges and Lawyers
2023 Digital Platform for EU Judicial Cooperation – European Centre for Judges and Lawyers
2023 EU Family Law – European Centre for Judges and Lawyers
2023 EU Proceedings Specialised in Cross-Border Debt Recovery: Practical Overview – European Centre for Judges and Lawyers
2023 The European Public Prosecutor's Office and Its Role in Combating Crimes Against EU Financial Interests – European Centre for Judges and Lawyers
2023 Introduction to EU Asylum and Migration Law – European Centre for Judges and Lawyers
2023 World Conference on Science Parks and Areas of Innovation – International Association of Science Parks and Areas of Innovation
2023 Annual Conference – International Association of Convention Centres
2023 Annual Congress – Communauté européenne des jeunes de l'horticulture
2023 Annual Congress – European Association of Tax Law Professors
2023 Conference – Employee Assistance European Forum
2023 Annual General Assembly – European Legal Interpreters and Translators Association
2023 Producers Workshop 1 – Entrepreneurs de l'audiovisuel européen
2023 EU Law for Non-Lawyers – Advanced – European Centre for Judges and Lawyers
2023 EU Law for Non-Lawyers – European Institute of Public Administration
2022 EIPA Update on the European Green Deal: Where Do We Stand and What’s Next? – European Centre for Judges and Lawyers
2022 Recent Trends in the Case Law of the Court of Justice of the EU – European Centre for Judges and Lawyers

View More Past Events (1380 total) in The International Congress Calendar

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