Name any sport and chances are you'll find a group for that sport in Luxembourg
Socialising with colleagues at after-work drinks is perhaps the laziest way to meet new people. More fun can be had by putting in some effort.
Sign up for language classes
As well as some great private language schools, low-cost language classes are offered at the Institut National des Langues, by communes and some not-for-profits like Moien asbl and Asti. In the classroom, you’ll rub shoulders with people you’re less likely to meet in your daily life. I once sat next to a Luxembourg prince in a language class!
Join a team sport or activity
Whether your passion is for acrobatics or Zumba, there is a group for every sporting interest in Luxembourg. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Check out Facebook for a local group, Meetup.com or ask around.
Say “yes” to every invitation
Well, within reason. But do take advantage of the people around you to help find your flock.
Get a new hobby
There are tons of groups for specialist interests in Luxembourg, many of them free. From conservation to book clubs, to sewing and creative writing, check out meetup.com, Facebook and Eventbrite to see what’s out there.
Get a dog
Luxembourg is a very dog-friendly country with dog parks and meetups for dogwalkers. Plus, walking that pooch twice a day means you’re more likely to encounter potential friends while out and about.