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  • Can I get to the Philharmonie by public transportation?

    Sure thing! There’s a tram stop right in front of the building. You can’t miss it: it’s called «Philharmonie / Mudam».

    If you prefer to hop on a bus, you’re in luck! Three stops will get you within less than 200 meters of the Philharmonie: «Rout Bréck-Pafendall», «BEI», or (you guessed it) «Philharmonie / Mudam». To find the best bus route for you, head to www.mobilitéit.lu or call the «Mobilitéitszentral» hotline on (+352) 24 65 24 65.

    If you’re coming from Trier, don’t forget that we also offer a shuttle service to the Philharmonie and back on selected concert nights. Look out for the tiny shuttle symbol on our brochure or on our website, and visit www.philharmonie.lu/en/bus-shuttle to find out more.

    We look forward to your visit!

  • I’d like to bike to the concert, is that possible?

    If you’d rather travel solo (and get a good workout while you’re at it!), there are plenty of spaces where you can park your bike near the Philharmonie. You might also want to make use of one of two vél’OH docking stations right nearby on Avenue J.F Kennedy. For more information on their location and how to rent a bike in Luxembourg, visit www.vdl.lu.

  • I come by car. Could you tell me the way?

    Our GPS coordinates are: Philharmonie. 1, Place de l’Europe, L-1499 Luxembourg, N49°37’8.16’’ – E6°08’33.87’’

    Are you coming from Liège or Namur?
    From Liège, follow the A26 to Luxemburg. Stay on the A26 as it merges into the A4 (E25). From Namur, follow the A4 (E411) to Luxemburg. Stay on the A4 as it merges into the A6 (E25). Exit at junction 4 (Luxembourg-Centre) and continue on the Route d'Arlon for approx. 5.5km. Turn left into Boulevard Joseph II (N51) and continue on for approx. 1.7 km. The Philharmonie should now be visible on your right.

    Are coming from Metz?
    Follow the A31 (E21) to Luxemburg. Stay on the A31 as it merges into the A3 (E25). At the «Croix de Gasperich» junction change over on to the A1 (E44) to Trier. Exit at junction 8 (Kirchberg) and follow the N51 (Avenue J.F. Kennedy) for approx. 3.5 km. The Philharmonie should now be visible on your left.

  • Where can I leave my car?

    During events at the Philharmonie, you may use one of the Fonds Kirchberg’s two car parks run by Indigo. The event rate «manifestation» can be chosen on your arrival for the concert.

    Place de l’Europe
    1.324 parking spaces
    open 7/7 05:30–24:00
    Tel: (+352) 26 00 81 15
    Direct and covered access for wheelchairs.

    Trois Glands
    523 parking spaces
    open 24/7
    Tel: (+352) 26 09 40 39)
    Access via Avenue J.F. Kennedy and the Place de l’Europe tunnel; or via Rue du Fort Thüngen.


  • How long before the concert should I be there?

    Doors to the Foyer open one hour before each performance, except for children’s concerts, where doors open 30 minutes prior to the event. Audiences are admitted to the venues half an hour before the start of the concert. Latecomers will only be allowed in during intermission or a suitable break in the performance.

  • Where can I leave my coat, my bag, my suitcase?

    In the Grand Foyer, staffed cloakroom facilities are at your disposal at a modest charge. Articles in deposit are guarded in accordance with the posted insurance conditions. We kindly request you to separately hand over bothersome items, such as baggage, or mobile phones. During children’s concerts coat racks are at your disposal at the entrance of the hall.

  • Is it possible to eat and drink before and after the concert? What about during the interval?

    Yes! You will find all the relevant information here.

  • Can I take pictures or record a concert?

    No, sorry! Making audio and/or video recordings of any kind is prohibited. The Philharmonie reserves the right to take pictures and make audio/video recordings or transmissions of individual concerts for promotional purposes.

  • I had a tremendous evening but I lost my gloves inside the hall. Can you help me find them?

    Call our Conciergerie team at (+352) 26 02 27-540. We will tell you if your gloves have been found and if not, start looking for them.

  • Can we tour the building?

    Visit the Philharmonie and its stylish architecture designed by Christian de Portzamparc – our guided tours are free of charge and take place on Saturdays at 10:30. You will find the exact dates here. If you wish to participate, please register by phone: (+352) 26 02 27-510 or e-mail: visit@philharmonie.lu. Tours for groups can be arranged upon demand for 60€ per tour.

    You can also take a 3D virtual tour and discover the most beautiful corners of the building.

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  • I wish/don’t wish to be kept updated on your events. Who should I contact?

    Your details allow us to keep you informed of our activities and to contact you in the event of changes to the programme. Please inform us of any changes of address and let us know whether you wish to receive our publications at (+352) 26 32 26 32 or tickets@philharmonie.lu.