Welcome to the weekend! June is here, and that means one of the busiest event-packed months of the year! See our top suggestions below...happy weekend!

1. Get day/weekend pass to USINA

What: Music and arts festival
Neischmelz, 1a Rue du Centenaire, 3511 Dudelange - Google Maps
When: Saturday, 3 June and Sunday, 4 June - info & tickets

The two-day USINA23 festival brings acts like Peter Fox, Altin Gün, Interpol, Triggerfinger and more to Dudelange this weekend. Crossing boundaries between music, theatre, dance and the visual arts, this festival is a melting pot of international and local acts, a fit for all music tastes. You can get a weekend pass or day ticket.

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2. Go inner-city surfing in Esch

What: Test your balance
Place des Remparts, 4303 Esch-sur-Alzette - Google Maps
When: Between now and 18 June - more info here


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3. See Luxembourg's biggest Lego exhibition

What: Lego and relax
Centre Polyvalent Gaston Stein, 1 Rue Emile Nilles, 6131 Junglinster - Google Maps
When: Saturday, 3 June (11am-5pm) and Sunday, 4 June (10am-4.30pm) - more info here

The organisers of Brixembourg are putting on a massive exhibition and market for all things Lego this weekend. Enter competitions, buy Lego packs and see some of the coolest creations in Junglinster on Saturday or Sunday.


4. Walk the bee trail running through the capital

What: How is honey made?
Where: Start at LCTO office, view trail map
When: Anytime - more info here

Luxembourg City has created a fun walking trail with 13 information points all about the world of bees and other insects, which are essential to a healthy and balanced environment. The trail is about 2.5 km long and can be explored free of charge. Fun for all the family, the trail helps you explore the wealth of biodiversity that can be found in the urban environment. Starts at the LCTO and finishes in Rue Plaetis. There are also guided tours (check times in link above).


5. Visit Sunday morning art market

What: Paintings, glass art, ceramics, stone, metal and woodwork...
Where: Rue Münster, 2160 Grund Luxembourg - Google Maps
When: Sunday, 7 May between 10am-6pm - more info here

On the first Sunday of the summer months, dozens of international and local artists gather in the Grund for a pop-up art exhibition. Stroll along this beautiful area of town, meet artists themselves and even see live painting. It's an open air gallery, really, and truly worth a visit. Combine with a coffee or chilled drink in the area.



6. Return to the middle ages in Useldange

What: Medieval fest
Where: Useldange Castle, 2 Rue de l'Église, 8706 Useldange - Google Maps
When: Saturday, 3 June (11am-1am) and Sunday, 4 June (10am-7pm) - more info here

Knights, horses, medieval music, jugglers, camp kitchens, face painting, sword combat, drum performances, board games, magicians, ironwork, folk instruments and more...could a medieval fest become any cooler? Head over to Useldange Castle for a real time travel experience!

7. Play Cider-Pong on World Cider Day

What: An apple (cider) a day keeps the doc away
Where: Ramborn Cider Haff, 23 Duerfstrooss, 6660 Bur Rouspert-Mompech - Google Maps
When: Saturday, 3 June (12pm-8pm) and Sunday, 4 June (12pm-6pm) - more info here

Stöffche, Most, Cider, Sidra – the tangy apple drink has many different names. No matter where it is consumed: Apple cider boosts the mood and always conveys a unique sense of home. The World Cider Day on 3 June is an international declaration of love for the popular cult drink, and symbolises the beginning of the apple cider season. Head up to the Ramborn Cider Haff to visit the Luxembourgish producer, enjoy good drinks and food, DJ sets and even a - yes, that's right - Cider-Pong tournament!


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