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It’s starting to look a lot like Christmas…

08.12.2022

Yes, it is that time of the year again and in order to put you in the right mood, we’d like to share with you a selection of pictures taken all over Luxembourg during the Christmas season.

Blue Christmas: The city hall of Esch-sur-Alzette looked kind of blue last Christmas. @Pulsa Pictus_ORT SUD

Blue Christmas: The city hall of Esch-sur-Alzette looked kind of blue last Christmas. @Pulsa Pictus_ORT SUD

 White Christmas: Though winters in Luxembourg are rarely white, they are very colourful indeed in the capital city. @Alfonso Salgueiro

White Christmas: Though winters in Luxembourg are rarely white, they are very colourful indeed in the capital city. @Alfonso Salgueiro

Silent night: The Mullerthal region – Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland may be known for its hiking trails, but it is also a region worth visiting during winter. © Pancake Photographie  LFT

Silent night: The Mullerthal region – Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland may be known for its hiking trails, but it is also a region worth visiting during winter. © Pancake Photographie LFT

Driving home for Christmas: If you’re on your way home, make sure to stop in Rindschleiden, the smallest village in Luxembourg, in order to take a look at the Christmas decoration. @Uli Flielitz

Driving home for Christmas: If you’re on your way home, make sure to stop in Rindschleiden, the smallest village in Luxembourg, in order to take a look at the Christmas decoration. @Uli Flielitz

Santa Claus is coming to town: In the south of Luxembourg, in Lasauvage, Santa Claus will surely be coming to town this year. @Claude Piscitelli

Santa Claus is coming to town: In the south of Luxembourg, in Lasauvage, Santa Claus will surely be coming to town this year. @Claude Piscitelli

Do they know it’s Christmas: Even the medieval castle of Useldange, located in the west of the country, is decorated for Christmas – so yes, they know what time of the year it is. @Uli Flielitz

Do they know it’s Christmas: Even the medieval castle of Useldange, located in the west of the country, is decorated for Christmas – so yes, they know what time of the year it is. @Uli Flielitz

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