Luxembourg is a very small country in Western Europe. It’s even smaller than the smallest U.S. state of Rhode Island! It’s a landlocked country (meaning it has no coastline), with many thick forests, hills, and low mountains.
- Capital: Luxembourg City
- Population: Approx. 583,000
- Key Cities: Esch-sur-Alzette, Differdange, Dudelange, Luxembourg City
- Official Language: French, Luxembourgish, German
- Major Religions: Roman Catholic, Protestant
- Bordering Countries: Belgium, Germany, France
- Size: 999 sq. miles
- Lowest point: Moselle River at 436 ft.
- Highest point: Buurgplaatz at 1,834 ft.
Luxembourg Highways Map
Luxembourg has 6 Major motorways connecting almost every part of the country in the North, South, West, and East. The six motorways have a total length of 152 kilometres (94 mi).
For cars, the speed limit is 130 kilometres per hour (81 mph), reduced to 110 kilometres per hour (68 mph) in rain. During summer, due to heat, the speed can be reduced to 90 kilometres per hour (56 mph).
Roads in the South: The capital city Luxembourg City has road networks that connect to other parts of the country.
The A6 E25 motorway extends from Luxembourg City crossing through Strassen, Mamer all the way to the western border with Belgium. A3 Luxembourg City goes southwards to Bettembourg and all the way to Dudelange near the southern border with France.
The A4 motorway connects Luxembourg City with Leudelange, Schifflange and intersects with A13 that goes all the way to Sanem and Petange.
A1 E44 motorway connects Luxembourg City to the Eastern part of Senningerberg through Flaxweiler, passing the outskirts of Grevenmacher and ending in Wasserbillig border town with Germany.