The Court of Justice of the European Union is based in Luxembourg. So as a leading European city, with a strategic location landlocked by Germany, France & Belgium, Luxembourg City was a natural choice as a second home for EIPA, especially for its law-based courses.
In 1992, EIPA founded its 2nd centre, the European Centre for Judges and Lawyers, in Luxembourg, and since then, the centre has been a hub of European judicial expertise and network.
You will find a good mix of the ancient and modern in Luxembourg, with the spirit of the city imbibed in the museums, theatres, restaurants, and outdoor activities.
Supported by the Luxembourg Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs
Location and transport
From the airport to the City Centre/Station/EIPA Luxembourg
Bus line 16 (Eurobus), links Findel Airport to the city centre (Hamilius 2) leaves every 10 minutes and stops as well at bus stop “Fondation Pescatore”, which is at walking distance to our Institute’s premises.
Bus line 29 links Findel Airport to the train station (Gare centrale 2). From there, you have to change for the tram and get out at either Theater stop or Faiencerie stop, which are both at walking distance to our Institute’s premises.
Questions about the location?