The Court of Justice welcomes groups of visitors to its seat in Luxembourg. Groups must consist of at least 7 and no more than 35 people.
Visits are tailored to the particular interests of each group and take place during the Court terms. Due to the nature of the Court of Justice’s activities, priority is given to legal professionals (national judges, barristers, solicitors, university professors, in-house lawyers, etc.) and law students.
Visits organised by the Visits Service are free of charge and are held in all official EU languages.
Since there is a high level of interest in such visits to the Court, groups are advised to register their request at least five to six months in advance using the online contact form.
The Visits Service cannot organise individual visits or tours. But individual visitors who wish to attend a Court of Justice public hearing can do so after collecting an identification badge from the Visitors’ Entrance of the Courthouse. All individual visitors must show a valid piece of identification such as an identity card, passport or driving licence. For information about forthcoming public hearings, consult the judicial calendar.
Groups: Complete the online contact form
Individuals: Consult the judicial calendar for information about forthcoming hearings.
By bus: The closest bus stops are – ‘BEI’ (busses 7, 12, 18) and ‘Philarmonie’ (busses 1, 9, 13, 16). For more details consult the bus map of Luxembourg City.
By train: The closest train station is Luxembourg central station. For detailed train times consult the CFL website.