DRIVING TIPS IN LUXEMBOURG
Our car hire in Luxembourg desk is located at Luxembourg Findel Airport, making it perfect for easy vehicle collection when you arrive. We make it easy to rent a car in Luxembourg with our straightforward booking systems and should your plans change, cancellations can often be made free of charge. Take a look at the map above to see some of the main attractions to enjoy during your Luxembourg stay.
RULES AND REGULATIONS
EU driving licences and international driving licences belonging to European non-residents are accepted in Luxembourg. If your licence is in a non-Roman alphabet like Arabic, Cyrillic or Chinese it must be accompanied by an International Driver's Permit (IDP) obtained in the UK either online or from the Post Office.
The minimum age for driving a Sixt car hire in Austria is 21 plus two years possession of a full driving licence. Surcharges may apply for drivers under 25. For full details click through to your desired dates of travel in the booking engine.
Car hire deals in Luxembourg can be paid for with credit cards or AirPlus. We accept all major credit cards but not prepaid or debit cards such as VISA Electron. The payment method must be in the driver's name and be presented along with photo ID when you collect your car hire in Luxembourg.Accidents
Should you encounter any problems in Luxembourg contact our hotline on +352-24647030. For police or ambulances use the European emergency number 112.
Speed limits in Luxembourg are:
Residential areas: 50 km/h
National roads: 90 km/h
Motorways: 130 km/h
The rugged natural beauty of the Ardennes region stretches across Luxembourg's border with Belgium. Spend a day hiking through its forests that are crisscrossed with rivers and cave systems. Another delightful hiking spot is the Moselle Valley. The gentle slopes and mild climate make the valley perfect for vineyards and the Duchy's history of wine-making can be explored in the Wine Museum at Ehnen. The pretty Jardin de Wiltz is a garden of art landscaped and maintained by people with long-term disabilities and is a tranquil landscape full of sensory delights. The Mullerthal region is sometimes called Luxembourg's Little Switzerland. Dip into the 112km long Mullerthal Trail as it meanders through magnificent canyons and strange rock formations.