Luxembourg is a tiny country in Western Europe, but don’t let the small size fool you, this is a very affluent and important place. It’s the seat of the European Court of Justice, one of the EU’s capitals and one of the richest places in Europe, per capita. Just like Switzerland, this is a multilingual country, with a lot of affluent Europeans moving in. However, some parts of Luxembourg are richer and more expensive than others, and we have the list of the richest:
Kirchberg is located in the North-Eastern part of Luxembourg-city. This district is dominated by the EU institutions, like the Court of Justice, the Court of Auditors, the European Investment Banks, and a few other large Institutions and corporations. It’s a very international and affluent area, where seeing someone wearing a suit and tie is more common than jeans and a t-shirt. If you are a fan of politics, law, or the history of the European Union, this is a must-see area of Luxembourg. Per square meter, very few places in Europe how so much power.
Cessange is a south-western district in Luxembourg, best characterized as a suburban and residential neighborhood. When it comes to tourist landmarks, there isn’t much to explore here, but it is a great place to raise a family. The district is away from the city center of Luxembourg, so you have a much more rural vibe. The only thing you can do here, except for life in a nice house, is to take a walk around the fields outside of the city.
When most people hear ‘Bel Air’ they think of the extremely rich LA suburb. But Luxembourg has one, located just to the west of the city center. Of course, Luxembourg isn’t a huge city, but being close to the action is often preferable, especially on a night out. The Luxembourgian Belair is a nice, quiet residential district that is well connected to the rest of the city but still remains tranquil.