Luxembourg is bounded by Belgium to the west and north, by Germany to the east and by France to the south. Its geography is very rugged, with a plateau ranging between 400 and 500 meters above sea level.
The most important rivers are the Moselle, a branch of the Rhine, and the Syre a branch of the Moselle.
The climate in Luxembourg is mild continental, with warm and humid summers and very cold winters.
Luxembourg’s population is a mix between Celts and Franks and 39% of the present population are foreigners.
The service sector accounts for around two thirds of the country’s gross domestic product. Nevertheless, industry is also plays an important role in its economy.