A meal in London is 15% cheaper than a meal in Luxembourg.
Taxis are 1% more expensive in London than in Luxembourg.
Coffee is 7% more expensive in London than in Luxembourg.
Luxembourg is a tiny country located in western Europe and Luxembourg City is its capital. Along with Strasbourg and Brussels, Luxembourg City serves as one of the three capitals of the European Union. It is served by Luxembourg Findel Airport, which is also the only airport in the tiny country.
Flights from Luxembourg take off from Luxembourg Findel Airport, which is only six kilometers from Luxembourg City center. It is Europe's fifth busiest airport and has two terminals. The airport has been operational since 1930s and has witnessed the World War II, during which it was occupied by both Allied and Axis forces.
To catch flights from Luxembourg to London, make sure you arrive at the airport in time. The easiest way to get to Luxembourg Findel Airport from the city center is to take bus 16. All you need to do is find your way to the main train station and get on bus 16 from Quai 9. You can also get on Airport Liner, if you are arriving from Trier in Germany, which isn't very far away. There are several rental car services such as Hertz, AVIS and others but they tend to be very expensive.
While London is famous for its monuments, landmarks and shopping, it is also an international center of art and culture. The next time you are in London, take a classical music journey by visiting the various concert halls and orchestras. Begin your day at the Barbican Centre, where you might be lucky enough to witness a live classical music performance. Head toward London Philharmonic Orchestra for an authentic musical experience. If you prefer choirs, two of the best choirs in the city are London Symphony Chorus and the Bach Choir. Finally, end your journey by watching a live opera performance at the Royal Opera House.
Flights to London from Luxembourg land at one of the many airports that serve the city of London. While Heathrow and Gatwick airports are the most recognizable, there are also Southend and Stansted airports, which are less known. There is also Luton Airport, which is a little outside the city. London City Airport is the other airport where your flight might land. No matter which airport at which you arrive, you can always take one of the trains to reach London city center. Heathrow Express, Gatwick Express and other trains usually stop at Paddington Station or Victoria Station. From Southend and Stansted airports, you can get down at Liverpool Street station.