How to get to the Court ?
The Palais of the Court of Justice is located on the plateau de Kirchberg, to the east of Luxembourg City.
Two entrances may be used: the first is on rue du Fort Niedergrünewald, the second is on the forecourt, rue Charles Léon Hammes.
The Court of Justice of the European Union is served by various means of public transport.
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Arrival at Luxembourg central station.
For detailed train timetables, please consult the CFL website.
|| rue du Fort Niedergrünewald entrance
||: N 49.621036, E 6.143116
|| rue Charles Léon Hammes entrance
||: N 49.622263, E 6.143009
from France and Belgium, by the E25 motorway (main southern Luxembourg City bypass), take the E44 towards Trier ;
from Germany, by the E44, towards Luxembourg City:
Leave the motorway at "Plateau de Kirchberg" (white signs, exit No 8), follow signs for "Quartier européen nord"; on avenue J.F. Kennedy, turn right after d'Coque (sports centre), into rue Erasme, where there is a public car park; or continue on avenue J.F. Kennedy to the Philharmonie car park, the entrance of which is just after the European Parliament towers in the direction of the town centre.
from the town centre: cross the G.D. Charlotte bridge (the red bridge) towards Kirchberg, to one of the public car parks shown on the access map.
Consult the access map
To the T/Tbis building (administration):
By bus: bd K. Adenauer, the "Jean Monnet" bus stop: 1, 16 & 25
By car: see access map above.
GPS coordinates: N 49.624258, E 6.144313