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From the Airport

Findel – Luxembourg Airport
The airport is located 12 km from the city.

  • Taxi – the journey is approx. 15 minutes.
  • Bus (29, 302) – the journey is approx. 25 minutes. Stop: "Gasperich, Gerhard Mercator".

From the Gare Centrale

The train station is located 2,4 km from the office.

  • Taxi – the journey is approx. 5-10 minutes.
  • Bus (28, 29) – the journey is approx. 10 minutes. 
    From: "Luxembourg, Gare Centrale"
    Stop: "Gasperich, Gerhard Mercator"
  • Bus (20, 22) – the journey is approx. 10 minutes. 
    From: "Luxembourg, Gare Rocade"
    Stop: "Gasperich, Hildegard von Bingen"

From the Howald train station

The train station is located 1,4 km from the office.

  • Walking - it is an approx. 20 minutes' walk.
  • Taxi - the journey is approx. 5 minutes.
  • Bus (24, 28, 29) - the journey is approx. 5 minutes. Stop: "Gasperich, Gerhard Mercator"

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CMS Luxembourg
Rue Charles Darwin 5
L-1433 Luxembourg


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