News and general interest magazines

News and general interest magazines

The National Library offers you free online access to a wide selection of newspapers, and general interest magazines. Whether you are looking for news or articles on DIY, gardening, sports or fashion, you'll find what you need among the many Luxembourgish press titles or among the countless international media in our offer.

Luxembourgish media

In collaboration with Luxembourg media outlets, the National Library guarantees democratic access not only to the printed Luxembourgish press, but also to its digital variants Luxemburger Wort, Luxembourg Times, Tageblatt, Le Quotidien, and

This offer is only accessible on the premises of the National Library.

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International media


PressReader brings together more than 7,000 digital publications from over 120 countries, such as The Guardian, La Gazzetta dello Sport or Correio da Manhã.

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With Europresse you have access to more than 14,000 French-language media sources, including regional, national, international, general and specialised press. Well-known publications such as L’Equipe, Madame Figaro and Le Point are among the offer.

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GENIOS provides access to more than 420 daily and weekly newspapers, focusing on German-language media from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. In addition to the well known newspapers, it also contains extensive archives. For example, you can access taz, Focus and Die Welt.

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Frequently asked questions

Do I have to be registered with the National Library to access digital media?

Yes, you must be registered with the National Library and have a valid library card. Please note that only people who are resident in Luxembourg or its border regions can access online resources.

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Do I have to log into a BnL computer to view Luxembourgish media?

No, you can also access this offer from your personal device. However, you must be connected to the WiFi network of the National Library.

Can I use the PressReader app?

Yes, but you have to follow a few steps to link the PressReader app with your library user account.

  1. On your mobile device, log into and open the PressReader website through the link.
  2. Create a new account on the PressReader website or log in with an existing account.
  3. Download the app and log in with your PressReader account.

The link with your library user account expires after 2 months, after which you will have to follow these steps again.

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