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To make sure residents enjoy a high quality of life, the City of Luxembourg is doing its utmost to optimise public transport in the capital. Currently, 31 regular bus lines (2 to 32) serve the city's various districts, with some extending to neighbouring municipalities. These bus lines are operated by the City of Luxembourg.What is the main transport hub in Luxembourg?
The "Hamilius" stop is the main transport hub in the city centre, served mainly by lines coming from or going to Luxembourg Central Station (blue lines) and "Gare-Rocade" (green lines), as well as the "West-East" and "West-North" routes (magenta lines). on the thin lines, buses come every 10 minutes or more.Is public transport free in Luxembourg?
Public transport within Luxembourg is free for everyone, and that also applies to the three bus networks. For cross-border buses, prices are determined by where you are traveling to or from outside of Luxembourg. Pricing falls into one of two regional ticketing zones: RegioZone 1 or RegioZone2.What is the best public transit app in Luxembourg?
On the go? See why over 930 million users trust Moovit as the best public transit app. Moovit gives you Ville de Luxembourg - Service Autobus suggested routes, real-time bus tracker, live directions, line route maps in Luxembourg, and helps to find the closest 29 bus stops near you. No internet available?