In common with countries globally, Luxembourg is facing debate over short-term rental taxation and regulation, but is suspending its debates until a EU-wide accord is reached.

As a tiny country, Luxembourg is one of the largest Airbnb markets per head in Europe, with 700 hosts opening their homes in the country for an average of 50 days per home, double the European average.

The European Union has no plans for a cohesive framework at the moment, but is expected to rule soon.

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