Luxembourg has the bustling interchange of a Piccadilly Circus with a big-village type of familiarity. You'll find every type of language and culture here, and people eager to compare differences and find similarities. In fact, the city quite literally marks a crossroads: two major ancient Roman roads once crossed here, and the spirit of exchange has never left. Despite all the history and humming internationality, however, after a few short years this place starts to feel like home. You just have to find what makes your heart beat.
How much do you know about Luxembourg?
Many people overseas might struggle to find Luxembourg on a map or know what it has to offer. But the reality is that Luxembourg has many facets: it is a buzzing and prominent investment fund hub and, at the same time, a tranquil and majestic fairy-tale kingdom with medieval castles, great views across the Grund Valley, and its own Royal Family.
Luxembourg's finance industry is every bit as big as the country itself is small. From established banks and finance giants down to FinTech start-ups and new players, it's a full finance ecosystem. Here you can mix with other players, see an active government work to help shape the industry, stay plugged into every hot development, and—also importantly—enjoy a Battin (Luxembourgish beer) after work.