The traditional Grande Braderie (street market) in Luxembourg attracts thousands of visitors every year, and with the fine weather, the 2023 edition was no exception on Monday 4 September. It was a great opportunity to stock up on bargains, but also to discover Luxembourg City.

With almost 200 stalls, discounts, gifts and entertainment, the 94th edittion of the “” was once again well attended on Monday 4 September. Avenue de la Gare, rue Jean Origer and avenue de la Liberté in the Gare district were closed to traffic at peak times, as was the city centre. Onlookers came in search of bargains, but also to discover the capital. The Luxembourg City Tourist Office’s free guided tours took visitors on a journey through the history of commerce in the capital, while the Lëtzebuerg City Museum was exceptionally open and free this weekend and on Monday.

With the forthcoming parliamentary elections just around the corner, the political parties were also on hand to set up their stands.

This article was first published in French on . It has been translated and edited for Delano.