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Pre-school education in kindergartens is implemented by public and private kindergartens. Children attend kindergartens from the age of 11 months until they enrol in elementary school. There are 2 age groups: 1-3 years of age and 3-6 years of age. Pre-school education is not compulsory, with the exception of preparations for elementary school which are implemented 1 year before the entry into elementary school. In the period prior to the full...
DRIVING Driving in an unfamiliar country can seem a daunting prospect, especially if you are used to driving on the other side of the road. Most road signs in Luxembourg are international but there are a few particular rules, which you might not be familiar with: Important priority rules in Luxembourg • The general rule is that a car coming from the right side has priority. • Even though you are driving along a main road, cars coming from the...
TRANSPORT Luxembourg public transportation is very well developed, with an efficient and cheap rail and bus network, and a modern airport with excellent facilities. Airport Luxembourg’s airline, Luxair, has regular passenger services from/to the main European destinations. Other airlines (Air France, British Airways, KLM, Lufthansa, Easyjet and many others) also fly to Luxembourg. Findel Airport, about 6 kms away from Luxembourg City, is easily...
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