You may know about Maastricht’s rich Roman past. But did you know that the remnants of this past can still be found in almost all parts of the city? Let your imagination run wild as you follow the traces left by the Romans in Maastricht.
Vintage clothes shopping has never been as popular as it is now. Alongside the fact that ‘fashion cycling’ is good for the environment, vintage clothes are often much more unique than the items you’ll find in high-street stores.
It’s that time again – time for holidays! But where’s the best place to go if you’re looking for some peace and quiet? We’ve got everything you need. Our blog has 5 tips to help you find peace and quiet in Maastricht. Say hello to that holiday feeling!
Did you know that visitors to Maastricht can also have a very Belgian experience? The city bears traces of its unique, centuries-long relationship with its neighbouring country, which has been best preserved in Maastricht’s culinary scene.
Want to know how the German-Roman Emperor Charlemagne is connected to Maastricht? In this blog you will be taken on a journey through the legend of Saint Servatius and the local dialect up to the 'German gate'. Los geht's!
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.