Trains and Railways in Luxembourg

Route maps and booking information for the national rail service in Luxembourg, as well as information on international train services…

Luxembourg's train service is run by the Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois (CFL), a public company. Look at the interactive map of train stations in Luxembourg. Select a station for information on bike and car parking spaces, timetables, opening times and train lines running to and from the station.
CFL Information Tel: 24 89 24 89
International bookings online Website
Railway network traffic information Website
CFL also operates a shuttle bus from the main Luxembourg station and some regional stations.

Tickets and Fares

CFL has a number of different tickets and passes for national and cross-border travel. Monthly or annual season tickets can be purchased for frequent travellers, large families, those over 60 years old and people under 20 years old.

Free travel and reduced fares

Passengers with a disabled persons card (Carte d'Invalidité) do not need a ticket to travel, their Carte d'Invalidité is valid for travel (in second class only). Accompanied children age 12 and under travel for free.

Cross-border workers

Monthly travel passes are available for cross-border workers for travel between Luxembourg and France, Germany or Belgium.


The nearest Thalys stations with frequent trains are in Brussels and Liège (Belgium) to travel to France, the Netherlands and Germany.


A project to reintroduce Trams to Luxembourg City is currently underway and due for completion by 2010/21. One line will run from the Cloche d'Or to Findel (Luxembourg-Findel International Airport), 8km north-east of the city, passing through the city centre and Luxembourg-Kirchberg. Further information from Luxtram  


The nearest Eurostar station is Brussels (Belgium) to travel to London.


TGV stations are available near Metz (France) and in Liège and Brussels (Belgium). A shuttle bus is available from Luxembourg station to Gare Lorraine TGV Express (France).

Disabled Passengers

Passengers requiring assistance should contact CFL at least 1 hour prior to travelling.
  • CFL Tel: 49 90 37 37

Pets on Trains

Guide dogs of any size accompanying a blind or visually impaired person are allowed on all trains. All dogs may travel free of charge on national trains. It is recommended that large dogs wear a muzzle. Dogs that can't sit on their owner's lap must sit on the floor and be kept on a lead. A ticket must be bought for dogs on international trains.


Evasion is a subsidiary of CFL organising both package and bespoke tourist trips.
  • Evasion At: 9 Place de la Gare, L-1616 Luxembourg Tel: 49 90 48 00 Fax: 49 90 49 99 email