The Luxembourg postal code consists of four digits. The first number defines the region, but not by the political division of the country. The capitals of Luxembourg are numbered 1 and 2, the areas south of the capital are assigned numbers 3, and the areas around Esh are defined by numbers 4 and 5. The area southeast of the land. It defines six in the northeastern part of the country, seven in the northern part of the capital, eight in the western part of the country, and nine in the northern part. Small countries only have zip codes, but big cities have zip codes for each street. Large customers, such as large companies, have their own zip code. The postal code for the city of Luxembourg is 1009-2999. If you are looking for a specific zip code, we recommend using the zip code search.
Luxembourg post office
The P & T Luxemburg company Correos y Telecomunicaciones was founded in 1842. Renamed to LuxembourgPost, it has been a state-owned enterprise since 1992 and a market leader in postal services and telecommunications. Currently, there are over 100 post offices and post offices. The post office also provides financial services. The company employs approximately 4,000 people and is the fourth largest employer in the country.
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
Luxembourg is the only country governed by the Grand Duchy. This country is a parliamentary democracy in the form of a constitutional monarchy and is also an EU member state. There are no required customs documents in the EU. Letters, parcels and pallets are not controlled at the border. Instead of preventing illegal shipments, they are randomly analyzed and controlled.
Luxembourg is one of the smallest countries in the world with an area of a??a??2586 square kilometers. The capital, Luxembourg, is home to the European Union's administrative headquarters, the European Community's judicial court and the Board of Audit and Inspection. Luxembourg is experiencing strong population growth, primarily due to immigrants. The percentage of foreigners in 2013 was 44.5%, mainly including Portuguese, French, Italian, Belgian and German. In Luxembourg, three languages a??a??are officially recognized: Luxembourgish, German and French.
Mr. Jacques Muller
71, route de Berlin
Post Box Delivery
FAO: M. Jacques Muller
BP 1234 (Post Box)