the recreational areas and walking trails in the natural green settings of Eecherfeld and Mont Dommeldange; and
its proximity to the Bambësch forest, which is in the northwest of the neighbourhood.
Mühlenbach has a surface area of 311.13 hectares and is located at the northern edge of the capital. It borders
Beggen and Eich to the east;
Limpertsberg to the south; and
Rollingergrund/Belair-Nord to the west.
Number of residents
1,966 as of 31/12/2018
Demographic weight: 1.66% of Luxembourg City's population
Culture, sports and leisure
CAPEL (Luxembourg City's Learning and Leisure Centre)
Mathias Mamer Stadium
Bambësch shooting range (Flèche d’or)
Tennis Club Spora Bambësch
6 bus stops
Bus line serving the neighbourhood: 21
4 above-ground car parks
7 parking spaces for people with reduced mobility
Located on the road from Eich to Rollingergrund, Mühlenbach owes its development to the local stream of the same name, which has powered many mills through the ages.
In the 13th century, a flour mill stood on its banks. At the turn of the 18th century, the Jesuits built a paper mill, where the very first Luxembourgish paper was made. In the 19th century, Mühlenbach was home to the many vegetable and flower growers who sold their produce on the city's markets. The little St Fiacre's Church was built between 1962 and 1963.