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
Travel planner Luxembourg Airport | Getting to the airport
Bus line 16 (EuroBus) from the airport takes you in the right direction of ‘Kirchberg’, or connects you with the city centre and the central station.
Public transport (trains, buses, cross-border transport)
In Luxembourg City the bus is the most common public transport. Bus lines 1 and 16, with departure every ten minutes and go in right direction of ‘Kirchberg’, the stop at John F. Kennedy is within 5 minutes walking distance from the Chambre des Métiers building, where EIPA Luxembourg’s premises are located.
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