Located in the midst of Luxembourg’s oldest districts which are part of the Unesco World Heritage, neimënster dates back to the medieval time of 963 and Count Siegfried. Having survived and expanded through the centuries, today the centre is dedicated to cultural projects and provides at the same time a marvellous setting to stage seminars and discussion groups, company celebrations and other major events of a more social nature.
A majestic setting, an impressive set of buildings, spaces adapted to large productions, to creations as well as to smaller-size events, neimënster has asserted itself since its opening in 2004, as a very original and polyvalent centre for reception and creativity.
On a surface covering more than 13,000 m², with a 300-seat auditorium, modular rooms for 20 to 200 people, equipped for music, dance, movies and live performances, and with high-tech equipment along with competent and available personnel, it is the perfect place for concerts, ballets, seminars and expositions. It is open to the general public, to a young public, to associations and to creators. And meetings, exchanges, collaborations, co-productions are the keystone of a unifying program.
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|Cloître et Jardin||415||n/a||n/a||90||300|
|Room 'Edmond Dune'||198||160||90||n/a|
|Room 'José Ensch'||205||180||100||n/a|
|Nic Klecker 1||95||170||120||32|
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|Nic Klecker 3||75||n/a||n/a||60|
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The in-house Brasserie of neimënster is exclusivity available for coffee breaks. For any other service, any caterer is welcome if they accept the conditions of neimënster.
As neimënster is located in the old city centre, many high-class hotels can be found in the surroundings.The city's international airport is 12 km from the conference venue and a train station is 5 km away.
Located in Luxembourg’s oldest districts which are part of the Unesco World Heritage, Neimënster is dedicated to cultural projects and provides at the same time a marvellous setting to stage seminars, discussion groups, company celebrations and other major events.
A professional Event Management team will be pleased to be of assistance in organizing your event.
Luxembourg Airport is 8 km from the city centre and neimënster is a 15-minute walk away from the rail station.
Phone Number: +352 26 20 52 1
Fax Number: +352 26 20 19 80
28, Rue Münster, 2160 LuxembourgTransport Links
Closest Airport: Luxembourg Airport (LUX)
Distance from Airport (km): 5
Distance from Train Station (km): 1
A majestic setting, an impressive set of buildings, spaces adapted to large productions, to creations as well as to smaller-size events, the CCRN has asserted itself since its opening in 2004, as a very original and polyvalent center for reception and creativity.
Luxembourg – unparalleled access
Situated in the heart of Europe, bordered by Belgium, France and Germany and connected to the far corners of Europe by an excellent network of highways and a multitude of rail links, Luxembourg is an exceptional destination for business travel. The international airport, Luxembourg-Findel, lies only six kilometres from the city centre and is linked to the main European cities by many flights a day.
A european capital
On of the smallest members of the European Union, Luxembourg was nevertheless the cradle where the concept of a unified Europe was born. Together with Brussels and Strasbourg, Luxembourg city is the official seat of many of the European Union’s major organisations. A multicultural city by tradition, Luxembourg continues to enhance its cosmopolitan nature.
Modern architecture marks the silhouette of the banking district that has made Luxembourg famous throughout the world of high finance. The historic fortified city has in modern times become a world-class bastion of finance. Attracted by its numerous advantages, financial institutions from around the world manage their business from Luxembourg.
Millennial capital of the Grand Duchy
The city of Luxembourg, the thousand-year-old capital of the Grand Duchy, was founded in 963. Over the course of its history, Luxembourg has been occupied by Burgundians, Spanish, French, Austrians and Prussians, all of whom contributed to making the city one of the best fortified in the world, the “Gibraltar of the North”. Today, the fortress, along with the old city, have gained international fame. In 1994, UNESCO recognised the city's historical importance by naming it a World Heritage Site.
- … a cosmopolitan and welcoming capital of the 21st century, where the constant buzz of economic, political, social and cultural life never falls into the anonymity of larger cities.
- ... a variety of conference and meeting venues for meetings for up to 2,000 persons and events up to 8,000 persons, with a savvy mix of technical know-how, flexibility, comfort and aesthetics. Able to respond to the most demanding needs, the choice of venues is vast and is certain to please anyone coming to Luxembourg for their conference.
- ... a world-class host featuring both prestigious hotel chains and quality independent hotels, there are some 3,250 rooms on offer, ranging from three to five stars and bringing together comfort and a warm, friendly service.
- ... catering to the gourmet: be tempted by the refined cuisine, exemplary service and warm welcome offered by more than 120 high quality restaurants and caterers offering everything from welcome receptions to afternoon cocktails, evening parties, or prestigious gala dinners.
- ... a thriving cultural life, an attractive pedestrian zone, parks and gardens invite relaxation, providing the ideal setting for refreshment and revitalisation, and ensuring the success of your event.
- ... great attractions for tourists: from the vineyards on the Moselle to sites marking the Grand Duchy's iron- and steel-making past to the thermal spa, the range of touring programmes and individual sites for enjoyment is infinitely varied.