Noah’s Train stops in LuxembourgNoah’s Train stops in LuxembourgNoah's Train, an awareness initiative for rail freight to reduce the environmental footprint of freight transportation.​Two containers, painted by Luxembourgish artists, join the Noah's Train, the longest mobile art work in the world.Noah's Train is an initiative launched by several European railway companies to promote freight transport by rail. Together in the Rail Freight Forward coalition, they defend a common goal to reduce the environmental impact of freight transport in Europe.Founded after the COP24 in Katowice in December 2018, the Rail Freight Forward coalition currently counts 18 members, including CFL cargo, which with its sister company CFL multimodal is actively working on promoting rail transport in Europe, and Luxembourg in particular. Aware of the ecological crisis, the signatory railway undertakings wish to raise awareness of a transition towards more environmentally friendly modes of freight transport. Their horizon of action extends until 2030, to double the share of rail freight in Europe from 18% to 30%.On July 10th, Noah's Train stopped in Luxembourg. Two containers painted by the Luxembourgish artists Daniel Mac Lloyd and Alain Welter join the train, which is already composed of 12 containers belonging to the members of Rail Freight Forward.In the presence of political figures and representatives of the Rail Freight Forward alliance, Marc Wengler, CEO CFL, presented the project and the objectives of the alliance. Rail Freight Forward works to mobilize railway undertakings so that they offer attractive and competitive services, infrastructure managers so that they can ensure that it is as easy to cross Europe by train as by truck and European and national institutions so that they may guarantee a level playing field between the different modes of transport. François Bausch, Minister of Mobility and Public Works, underlined the Luxembourg government's political will to put logistics at the heart of Luxembourg's economic diversification policy, to support investment in national logistics centers and to invest in efficient and innovative infrastructures.The journey of Noah's Train started in Katowice, Poland, on December 14, 2018. The train then headed to Vienna, Berlin, Paris, Brussels and Rome for a recent stop in Munich on June 4 at the fair transport logistic. It will continue its journey through Europe until next October, when containers will join the COP25 taking place in Chile.About CFL multimodalCFL multimodal is a logistics service provider, covering the entire logistics chain. With 12 companies in 6 European countries, CFL multimodal and its sister company CFL cargo offer a broad, high-quality andcustomized service portfolio combined and conventional rail freight, wagon maintenance and repairs, customs clearance, as well as forwarding and logistics services. In Luxembourg, the activities of CFL multimodal center on the intermodal terminal Bettembourg-Dudelange in the Eurohub South Logistics Park. Located on the Rail Freight Corridor 2 (North Sea-Mediterranean) and at the crossroads of the North-South and East-West transport routes, the terminal is ideally positioned as an international hub for the consolidation of multimodal transport flows across Europe and beyond. With a total yearly capacity of 600.000 units and equipped with the latest technology in terms of security and surveillance, the intermodal terminal is connected by combined train shuttles to the main ports and industrial regions.A propos de Rail Freight ForwardRail Freight Forward is a coalition of European rail freight operators who want to reduce the negative impact of freight transport on our planet and mobility radically through innovation and a more intelligent transport mix.The coalition wants to increase the modal share of rail freight to 30% between now and 2030, because this is the best solution for European growth from a macro-economic view. It seeks to encourage action by railway companies, infrastructure managers and policy makers in Europe to bring about this modal shift.Rail Freight Forward is a broad, constantly growing coalition of rail freight operators supported by the sector associations CER, UIC, EFRA and VDV.The current members of the Rail Freight Forward coalition are BLS Cargo, CD Cargo, CFL Cargo, DB Cargo, GreenCargo, Lineas, LTE Group, Mercitalia, Ost-West Logistik, PKP Cargo, Rail Cargo Group, SBB Cargo, SNCF Logistics and ZSSK Cargo.ContactJulie BÜCHLERResponsable CommunicationTel + 352 4996 0401julie.buchler@cfl-mm.lu7/9/2019 10:00:00 PM
Discover Luxembourg City. Free guided tours!Discover Luxembourg City. Free guided tours!The Luxembourg National Railway Company (CFL) and the Luxembourg City Tourist Office (LCTO) invite you on a journey through the capital’s rich history.​Explore the city's most beautiful panoramic views and discover monuments and places steeped in history with our experienced guides. Join our last free guided tour​DateTime​Meeting pointDuration​DescriptionDeadline​Saturday3 August​1430Railway station Pfaffenthal-Kirchberg​​2,5 hrs​Top views and Street a(rt)nimation​​26 JulyFind here all the upcoming free guided toursRegistration is free of charge!Each tour is available in three languages DE, FR, EN.The number of participants is limited to 25 people per language group.Join us!Book your place via e-mail ( or phone (00352 222809). Number of participants is required whilst booking. For the visit of the Court of Justice of the European Union, names, first names and dates of birth of all participants are required. Missed a tour?The Luxembourg City Tourist Office offers daily city tours and guided tours of the Bock casemates in German, English and French. Other languages and thematic tours with private guide are available upon request. For more information, please visit Regular guided tours 2019City Promenade (daily)Bock Casemates (daily)Wenzel Circular Walk (weekly)City Promenade by night (weekly)Grand Ducal Palace (during summer)Use our Apps and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, CFL Blog, YouTube 7/6/2019 10:00:00 PM
Summer in the City 2019Summer in the City 2019Don't miss "Summer in the City"! Go there by train.​During the varied program "Summer in the City 2019", the city of Luxembourg pulses with open-air concerts, theatre and street arts, international music festivals, open-air shows, exhibitions, markets, folkloric and popular festivals.Use the practical railway connections and go to the events without any stress. TimetablesSearch for the connections which suits you best here.Further informationFind out more about "Summer in the City" hereProgramme Summer in the City 2019Promo Flyer Summer in the City 2019Use our Apps and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, CFL Blog, YouTube 6/30/2019 10:00:00 PM
Hiking event RAIL & TRAIL on June 30thHiking event RAIL & TRAIL on June 30thJoin the first edition of RAIL & TRAIL starting in Michelau or Ettelbruck by train.​Discover the Escapardenne Lee Trail! Join the hiking experience comfortably by train. The Regional Tourist Office Éislek invits you this automn to the first edition of a hiking event on the Escapardenne trail. On the agenda are two varied tours for all the family.Find here all the information about the event Free public transportOn presentation of the participation bracelet (5 €), public transport (AVL, CFL, TICE, LuxTram, RGTR) is free from and to the event all day. Free shuttle buses run from 2 to 630 p.m. between Ettelbruck station and the castle in Erpeldange-sur-Sûre.TimetableSearch for the connections which suits you best here.Use our Apps and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, CFL Blog, YouTube 6/26/2019 10:00:00 PM
2018 integrated report2018 integrated reportPresentation of the 2018 integrated report During the press conference of the CFL Group's 2018 results, the 2018 integrated report was presented on Tuesday, 18th June 2019.More information (in French)Communiqué de presse 2018Présentation du Rapport intégré 2018Rapport intégré 2018 6/17/2019 10:00:00 PM
The CFL brings you to the 67th Festival of WiltzThe CFL brings you to the 67th Festival of WiltzThe Festival of Wiltz goes from the 6th to the 25th of July. CFL brings you to the event.​The month of July is dedicated to one of the biggest and longest-established open air festivals in Luxembourg and the Euroregion! On long summer evenings thousands of festivalgoers enjoy concerts, theatre events and artistic performances presented on stage in the magnificent amphitheatre, against the backdrop of the Wiltz Castle. FIND HERE THE FESTIVAL PROGRAMMUse your entrance ticket as transport ticketAny ticket for concerts and events at the Festival of Wiltz are recognized as valid public transport tickets. On the day of the event, the tickets have the same validity as a day ticket in 2nd class.Timetables and free bus shuttlesSearch for the connections which suits you best here.Special buses transport the visitors from the station of Wiltz to the location of the festival.Further Use our Apps and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, CFL Blog, YouTube 6/17/2019 10:00:00 PM
1st Lee Trail Run on July 20 at Ettelbruck1st Lee Trail Run on July 20 at EttelbruckJoin the departures of the National Short Trail Championship with CFL. ​Take the departure of the races at Goebelsmühle (33 km) and Michelau (16km), with a free train ride from Ettelbruck. Last departure from Ettelbruck 900. Official departure of the races 1000. The arrival is situated at the Lycée Technique Agricole Ettelbruck. Find here the flyer of the event.Information and registrationEarly registration on the site Late registrations, back number withdrawal and free train ticket at Ettelbruck station, from Friday July 19th, 1800 to 2000 and Saturday July 20th, 0730 to 930.TimetablesSearch for the connections which suits you best here.​Use our App and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, CFL Blog, YouTube 6/11/2019 10:00:00 PM
"Congés annulés" at the Rotondes from 26th July to 23rd August"Congés annulés" at the Rotondes from 26th July to 23rd AugustRotondes' summer programme is back for a new edition. Join the events with CFL. ​While the rest of the country dozes, the Congés Annulés brings you a whole month's worth of concerts, showcases, DJ sets, documentary film screenings and City Open Air Cinema. For a whole month, the Rotondes’ outdoor courtyard sets the scene for musical drinks and a range of bands fire up the Rotondes’ Klub stage. Rock, electro, indie, pop everything is good to liven up the evenings − you don't have to go very far to find the best sound.Rotondes is a one-of-a-kind venue consisting of two restored railway roundhouses in walking distance of Luxembourg main station. Use the practical railway connections and go to the events without any stress. TimetablesYou can plan your journey using our Journey Planner. Further informationFind out more about the different events.Use our Apps and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, CFL Blog, YouTube6/11/2019 10:00:00 PM
Beware! Works on Line 60. "Rammstein" concert July 20Beware! Works on Line 60. "Rammstein" concert July 20BEWARE! THE TRAIN STATION BETTEMBOURG WILL NOT BE CONNECTED WITH ANY SHUTTLE SERVICE TO THE CONCERT. ​Due to engineering works, on the line 60 Luxembourg - Bettembourg, Bettembourg station is not connected with a bus shuttle to the Herschesfeld.Proceed directly to the P+R Bouillon in Luxembourg City. From the P&R Bouillon, a shuttle service will be going back and forth between P+R Bouillon and the concert site from 1400. Shuttle tickets must be bought in advance on until July 15th! All tickets for the "Rammstein" concert are recognized as valid public transport tickets. On the day of the event, the tickets have the same validity as a day ticket in 2nd class.   Use our Apps and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, CFL Blog, YouTube6/10/2019 10:00:00 PM
25th Blues'n Jazz Rallye on July 2725th Blues'n Jazz Rallye on July 27Don't miss this major musical event in the old town of Luxembourg. Take advantage of our night services! ​The Blues’n Jazz Rally is a very popular music marathon, which takes place every summer in the capital of Luxembourg. The festival is organised by the Luxembourg City Tourist Office in cooperation with the City of Luxembourg and the Blues Club Luxembourg. It is one of the best known and largely visited open-air events in the Luxembourgish capital. More then 40 Jazz and Blues concerts take place in the streets of Grund, Clausen and Pfaffenthal. Starting at 1800 the party goes on until dawn.Night owls and culture lovers, use our night train services to get you safe to your destinations after a long party night!The night trains, on line 10 and 60 are running the weekends from Friday to Saturday and from Saturday to Sunday overnight as well as on holidays. Departures from LuxembourgTo Troisvierges 0110 and 0335To Rodange 0118 et 0318TimetablesSearch for the connections which suits you best here.Ticket validityTickets which normally expire at 400 a.m. stay valid until the arrival of the night trains. Further informationFind out more about the Blues'n Jazz Rallye here.Use our Apps and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, CFL Blog, YouTube 6/10/2019 10:00:00 PM