Learn English, French or German in the country of languages
In the heart of Europe and sharing a border with three different countries, Luxembourg is one of the most interesting locations in terms of multilingualism. Each of the three languages (French, German and Luxembourgish) is used as a primary language depending on the situation.
Whereas Luxembourgish is used when speaking with friends and family, French is the administrative language of Luxembourg. German is generally the first language children acquire at school, and it is also the language used for broadcasting media.
Berlitz International Camps in Luxembourg
Try riding a mountainbike and explore Echternach with its beautiful forests, river valleys and stunning sandstone cliffs.
Our camp is perfect for lovers of nature: Finish an adventurous afternoon of kayaking with a campfire at the beach.
Explore the capital city of Luxembourg or enjoy the fabulous adventure pool at Les Thermes, in Strassen.
Schengen is a picturesque wine village from which you can start organized vineyard tours, and boat trips on the Mosel river.
Let's visit the castle or have fun in an Indian Forest Adventure Park which offers various fun attractions and workshops.
Learn English - and the world becomes smaller
Communication has always brought people closer together and English has played an important part in doing so. English speakers span the globe. From the UK and Ireland to the United States and Canada and down to Australia and New Zealand, English is spoken as a first language in multiple countries on 3 of our 7 continents.View all English camps ›
Learn French - and unlock the doors of opportunities
French is taught in every country in the world. After English, it’s the most commonly taught foreign language across the globe. Besides, it is the official language of no less than 29 countries! What’s more, learning French unlocks the door to the world of Romance languages. Master it, and related languages will be easy to pick up, too.
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German - the language of innovation
Classified as an official language in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, South Tyrol, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg and Belgium, it is the most widely spoken language in the European Union.
Did you know that 107 Nobel prizes have been awarded to people from German-speaking countries in the fields of physics, chemistry and medicine alone?
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