If you are looking for a real local’s experience of Maastricht, then look no further than the lively Jekerkwartier. Here, you will see projects started by young entrepreneurs, and there are plenty of terraces where you can sit.
Most people associate Maastricht with fun, drinks, laughter, and amusement. How could it be otherwise? After all, this is the city that is also referred to as the ‘capital of the good life’. The Sphinx Quarter, a district just outside the city center.
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 until Monday 1 June, as well as all museums, concert halls, theatres, gyms and schools. Most shops maintain the same opening hours. You can find the opening hours here.