On this page we present a quick overview of the dutch references in Luxembourg. You will find information about the institutions, the associations, and other useful references related to this community in the Grand-Duchy.

Luxembourg’s history is very closely linked to that of the Netherlands.  4,207 dutch people are living in Luxembourg in 2019.

National Day in Netherlands : April, 27th King’s Day

Netherlands is also present for over 50 years at the International Bazaar. Visitors can find at the dutch stand typical products such as fresh fish, cheese, bitter balls and beer! There are also many handicrafts items and a tombola!


Our References in this community

Netherlands embassy

6, rue Sainte Zithe
2763 Luxembourg Ville

Mr Han-Maurits Schaapveld, Ambassador

Embassy of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg in The Hague

Embassy :

Nassaulaan 8
2514 JS The Hague


Luxembourg is represented by Mr Jean-Marc HOSCHEIT

Nederlandse Vereniging Luxemburg


The Nederlandse Vereniging brings together Dutch people in Luxembourg and regularly organises events directly related to Dutch culture such as the King’s Day (National Day on April 27th) or other events whose purpose is to bring together its citizens.

The Dutch Club presents its most popular events:

  • Haringborrel, networking event in October
  • Sinterklaas intocht’: arrival of the Saint Nicholas by boat in Remich in November, free event
  • cinema release for children with a Dutch film screening

List of Dutch-speaking babysitters on request
Paid membership

Vlaamse Club Luxembourg

Flemish Club, for all dutch speakers. Some activities are organised in common with the Ducth Club

List of Dutch-speaking babysitters on request

Since 1980, the Vlaamse Club of Luxembourg has been bringing together native people of Flanders living and working in Luxembourg and the Greater Region, as well as all Flemish speakers and people wishing to know the culture of Flanders.

Many events celebrate the Flemish culture: music, theater, exhibitions, sports and friendly events…

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Dutch Protestant Religious Community

Religious services at the church of Roodt-sur-Syre on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday of the month and at the Protestant Centre of Luxembourg City on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month) and at the church of Roodt/Syre (1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday).
Activities for all ages

Dutch children's library

Children’s library with more than 5,000 books in Dutch.
Opening on Tuesday afternoons and Saturday mornings, organization of reading sessions.
Paid membership

Dutch section in European School

Dutch children living in Luxembourg can apply for the dutch section in the European School I in Kirchberg

Dutch language and culture school for children

Learning Dutch language and culture for Dutch children attending school in Luxembourg. Courses on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons at the Grund School, Bisserwee, Luxembourg City.
Paid registration

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