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Hospitality à la Éislek

From elegant hotels with wellness areas to campsites with glamping options, rustic holiday homes to family-run guest houses - Find the perfect accommodation for your personal Éislek trip. The region also has a wide range of restaurant options to choose from.

What do all these places have in common? Hospitality! You will easily feel at home in this region in which traditions are part of everyday life and where human connection plays an important role.

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Practical Information - Éislek FAQ

How to reach Éislek?

Éislek is easily accessible by car. If you choose to travel via public transport, you can plan your trip on mobiliteit.lu ahead of time. It’s worth knowing that in Luxembourg buses and trains are free of charge.

What’s the best time to visit Éislek?

There is no wrong season to visit Éislek. In winter, the snow-capped hills are perfect for hiking. In case of bad weather, you can always take cover in one of the Éislek’s numerous museums and castles. The colourful spring and fall will appeal to those who want to enjoy nature's beauty, and, in the summer, you can cool off in our lakes and swimming pools.

How to reach emergency services?

For medical emergencies, call 112. For the police, call 113.

What languages are spoken in Éislek?

Just like Luxembourg City, the region is multilingual. Almost everyone speaks Luxembourgish, German and French. English, Dutch and Portuguese are also widely spoken.