During these uncertain times, it's easy to experience a little dip. It might feel like the walls are closing in on you or you might be missing a loved one or a close friend.
So, how can you stay happy in our beautiful city of Maastricht?
The museums, cultural institutions, and art houses in Maastricht were among the first forced to close their doors. However, this doesn't mean that culture comes to a complete standstill, as culture never sleeps! Now you can take a tour...
Because we have to look after ourselves especially well during these times, in this blog we'll share all the places in Maastricht from where you can order all things beautiful and delicious and have them delivered to your home.
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 up to and including Tuesday 19 May, as well as all museums, concert halls and theatres. All events that are due to take place from now until 1 September 2020 will be cancelled. 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. You can find the opening hours here.