We can only overcome this crisis together. And that is why Maastricht supports local: local residents and local businesses, big and small. We are here for you! We embrace all of you at a distance and want to show you that indomitable Spirit of Maastricht more than ever before. How? We'll tell you all about it!
In the interest of public safety, the Dutch government is taking some extra precautionary measures to combat the spreading of the coronavirus. All restaurants, pubs, cafés and other catering facilities will be closing their doors from Sunday 15 March at 6 PM up to and including Tuesday 28 April, as well as all museums, concert halls, theatres, gyms and schools. Not all shops will be open. If you want to know exactly when shops are open, call the shop you want to visit in advance.
A place where north and south meet, the crossroads of the three countries that together make up the Euregion Meuse-Rhine, the place where it’s hard to believe you’re still on Dutch soil, it must be another country. This is the place where you’ll find Maastricht...
Maastricht is known for her colorful region, the backyard of Maastricht. Find out what you have to see! Discover the most beautiful, fun and fascinating places in South Limburg and Euregion!
Discover the region
Maastricht is a city where old and new come together, with famous as well as many hidden places. Here is a list of our favourites. Discover which district is your favourite.
Better known as the historic centre of Maastricht, this shopping paradise is surrounded by the most beautiful squares: Onze Lieve Vrouweplein, Markt, and Vrijthof.Binnenstad
The cutting-edge area of Maastricht, this district is an architectural gem, with a vast square, city library, and fine coffee shops.Céramique
A warm welcome as you step off the train: the Wyck District. Local entrepreneurs, fine dining, and the best views of the Meuse. The bridges separate Wyck from the city centre.Wyck
A chic area of Maastricht: exclusive clothes shops, hidden places, and romantic squares such as Op de Thermen.Stokstraatkwartier
Walk from the centre via Stadspark through Sint Pieter and discover this beautiful residential area overlooked by the majestic St. Pietersberg hill.Sint Pieter
Here you can soak up Maastricht's French vibes. This special part of the city centre is named after the tranquil Jeker river that flows through it.Jekerkwartier
A place of innovation and regeneration, this district is in full bloom and is far from finished flowering. Backdropped by the historic city harbour and home to the Sphinxpassage, an ode to its rich past.Sphinxkwartier