The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is divided into two main regions: Oesling, covering 32% of the territory, and Gutland, covering 68% of the territory of Luxembourg. In order to facilitate the distribution of advertisements over the territory of Luxembourg, and make it easier to search them, we are applying a geographic organization by region, dividing the country into 5 regions: North, West, South, East and Center.
In Luxembourg, the smallest administrative division is the municipality, or “commune”. With 102 communes in total, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg has no provinces or departments. That way, the commune is the only sign of decentralization applied in Luxembourg.
The most populous communes are Luxembourg (the capital city), Esch-sur-Alzette and Differdange.