Somebody recently asked Egbert if he was feeling homesick for France. His answer was a simple no. He grew up as a true epicure appreciating the good life in Alsace, which is why he also feels at home in Maastricht with its touch of French flair.
Maastricht is perhaps the most Italian city in the Netherlands,thanks to its Roman history and its wealth of Italian culinary establishments. Discover the Italian atmosphere of Wyck, the Stokstraatkwartier district, and the Onze Lieve Vrouweplein square.
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...
We can start enjoying our city again, little by little. Due to the new set of measures to contain the spread of coronavirus, some measures will be in place in Maastricht in the coming months. Due to the stricter measures to control coronavirus, several events have been cancelled. Cultural institutions are open with appropriate measures. The current opening hours and the latest information about the measures and what they mean for you are available on our website. If you’re visiting Maastricht and want to make sure the place you want to visit isn’t closed or that you can go inside without having to wait, make sure to call in advance.