excellent public transport connections, including the tram, cable car and CFL Pfaffenthal-Kirchberg stop;
its proximity to a major shopping centre,
the nearby European institutions, banks, international companies, conference centres etc.;
its proximity to the hospitals in Neudorf/Weimershof; and
a wide range of cultural and sports activities.
Kirchberg has a surface area of 336.84 hectares and is located at the northeast edge of the capital. It borders
Weimerskirch to the north;
Neudorf/Weimershof to the southeast;
Clausen to the south; and
Pfaffenthal to the east.
Kirchberg is connected to Limpertsberg and the city centre by the Pont Grande-Duchesse Charlotte.
Number of residents
7,620 as at 31/12/2021
Demographic weight: 4.87% of the population of Luxembourg City
Infrastructure for children
President: Francine Steffen
1, Rue Anne Beffort, L-1276 Luxembourg
4, Rue Anne Beffort, L-1276 Luxembourg
10, Rue Marcel Noppeney, L-2231 Luxembourg
37, Boulevard Pierre Frieden, L-1543 Luxembourg
47, rue des Maraîchers, L-2124 Luxembourg
Market (in front of shopping centre) – every Tuesday afternoon
1 multi-sport field
1 ping-pong table
Mudam (Museum of Modern Art)
Musée Dräi Eechelen
1 multi-use sports hall
52 bus stops
Bus lines serving the area: 7, 8, 16, 18, 20, 25, CN4
14 vel'OH! stations
3 above-ground car parks
21 parking spaces for people with reduced mobility
National Institute for Languages (Institut national des langues)
Kirchberg is first mentioned in a document from 1222, and was part of the Weimerskirch area of the former municipality of Eich. In 1875, the residents of Kirchberg built their first chapel, keeping an oath they made during the cholera epidemic of the 1840s.
Initially, Kirchberg's inhabitants lived mainly off agriculture. Its urban development is closely linked to the fact that in 1952, Luxembourg became the seat of the European Coal and Steel Community, which was the precursor to the European Union.
In 1961, the Fonds d’urbanisation et d’aménagement du plateau de Kirchberg (Kirchberg Plateau Urbanisation and Development Fund) was created. This same organisation still oversees the urban development of Kirchberg, which is an important location for European, economic, cultural, and sports institutions, as well as being an attractive residential neighbourhood.