The office building Helios is located in the district of Gasperich, one of the most important and largest office submarkets in Luxembourg. Gasperich lies to the south of the city centre directly next to the country’s principal arterial route, the motorway ring road.
Helios is located directly next to the motorway ring road, which offers superb connections to the most important cities in the remainder of Luxembourg and neighbouring countries. Luxembourg city centre is reachable in around 10 minutes by car.
Train & bus
Luxembourg is well connected by rail to France and Germany. There is a highly developed public transport network. Buses connect all important districts of the city at regular intervals. The central railway station is around a 10 minute bus ride from Helios.
The drive time to the international airport at Findel in the north east of the city is around 15 minutes. The three million passengers annually enjoy direct connections to 75 destinations with 16 different airlines.
Luxembourg is the smallest metropolis
With a population of around 580,000 within an area of almost 2,600 km², Luxembourg is the second smallest country in the EU, ahead of Malta, but a very important one. The eponymous capital city has a population of 120,000.
As the state capital is already more than one thousand years old, there are a large number of historic buildings here. The famous castle is a UNESCO world heritage site. On the other hand the city stands for progress and international flair. Luxembourg is one of the most important financial services centres in Europe and the headquarters location of many European Union institutions.
The multi-cultural population ensures a diverse cultural scene, which is shown by the many museums, international festivals and also the restaurant and retail sectors. The old town’s retail zone offers all top fashion brands and is as good as any famous retail street anywhere.