Mulled wine, waffles, wurst, gingerbread in the shape of a heart, ice skating in the cold and in a good mood, with family or friends. You dreamt about it? It is time to make your dreams come true!
From Friday 19 November until 2 January, the Winterlights will light up Luxembourg City and your hearts! Winterlights in a few figures: 9 sites with Christmas markets and attractions, 500 trees equipped with garlands, 57 decorations on the ground, 5 merry-go-rounds, workshops for children, a giant cot and the list goes on.
Focus also on the festivities in the rest of the country, including a cross-country ski run in Mamer!
Opening Friday 19 November
- “LËTZEBUERGER CHRËSCHTMAART”: Place d’Armes
Go and admire the giant nativity scene and the 12m illuminated tree!
- “WANTERMAART”: Place de la Constitution
On this site, the Ferris wheel will make young and old dream! There will also be rides and trampolines. 41 chalets will be set up for eating and shopping.
- “NIKLOSMAART”: Place de Paris
In addition to the chalets and some rides, the Kleeschen house will be set up on this square, and (well-behaved!) children can give him their lists.
- “WINTERLIGHTS ON ICE”: Kinnekswiss
The 800 m2 ice rink awaits you. For the non-sportsmen, 5 chalets will be set up to eat while admiring the skaters’ jumps… or their falls!
Opening on 1 December
- “WINTERKIDS”: Rue Notre-Dame (Cour de l’ancien Athénée)
Children will be in the spotlight here with creative workshops, reading workshops, plays and an open fire for cooking and sculpting.
For the full programme: www.vdl.lu
From 19 November onwards, 39 stands will open their doors to the delight of the town’s inhabitants. There will also be concerts.
From 26 November, the city will become sporty during the holiday season, with an ice rink, a cross-country ski track in the Parc Brill and a 50 m run on a tyre!
On 3 December, the oldest Christmas market in the country will open its 44th edition. For the occasion, a drone show will take place at 19H! An ice rink will welcome the apprentice skaters in the pedestrian zone.