The monument is available to all visitors throughout the year at any time.
The best season to visit Gëlle Fra is spring: the weather is good, and there are fewer tourists in Luxembourg. We recommend going there on weekdays or in the morning to avoid crowds. Also, the monument looks particularly picturesque during the Christmas holidays, so this is also a great time to go there.
Gëlle Fra, also known as the Monument of Remembrance, is a memorial to soldiers from Luxembourg who fought during WWI, WWII, and the Korean War. Here are some of the things you can do here:
You can find the Monument of Remembrance in Constitution Square in the Ville Haute quarter of Luxembourg City. There are several transport options to reach this monument: bus, light rail, or on foot.
Bus routes 10 and 18 are your best option. Disembark at the Centre, F.D. Roosevelt bus stop, turn back, and walk along Boulevard Franklin D. Roosevelt for four minutes until you reach Constitution Square. The closest tram station to the monument is Luxembourg, Place de Metz; however, it’ll take 20 minutes to walk from there.
There is no fee for visiting this monument.