The beautiful little country of Luxembourg is all set to make its public transport free of cost. This means that travellers coming to Europe’s beautiful little nation of Luxembourg can now enjoy travelling within the country for free.
According to the latest reports, the Luxembourg authorities are going to lift fares for trains, buses, and trams. The decision has been taken by the coalition government that is led by Prime Minister Xavier Bettel. Furthermore, the ruling party is also looking at legalising cannabis and to introduce two new public holidays. Luxembourg recently had also introduced free transport for every child and person under the age of 20.
The idea of free transportation is to reduce the traffic issues that the capital city, Luxembourg City is facing. The city gets 400,000 commuters coming into the city every day for work. Luxembourg City has a total population of 110,000 people, and people from France, Belgium, and Germany come here to work every day.
A travel destination
Luxembourg can be great for those, who like outdoor adventures as well, so you can get your share of biking, hiking, water sports, and more. With high standards of living and plenty going on, the nation can be your next big destination.