In the interest of public safety, the Dutch government is taking some extra precautionary measures to combat the spreading of the coronavirus. All shops, restaurants, pubs, cafés and other catering facilities as well as all museums, concert halls, theatres, gyms and schools will be closing their doors until at least 9 February inclusive. Shops that sell basic necessities (such as supermarkets and pharmacies) will maintain their standard opening hours. If you want to know exactly when shops are open, call the shop you want to visit in advance.
You’ll find the Maastricht Visitor Center in the ‘Dinghuis’ building. Due to the coronavirus measures currently in place, we are forced to make a change to our services. Until further notice, our Visitor Center is closed to visitors in order to limit the further spread of the coronavirus. If you have any questions, we are available via e-mail, telephone or WhatsApp.
Maastricht is an enchanting city during the winter months. This year, however, everything is different. Although things won’t be the same, Maastricht will still shine bright. Even during these difficult times Maastricht will be here for you. We will make sure that the light keeps shining.
Maastricht city centre has recently been equipped with pedestrian routes. The routes, signs and hospitality guides in some shopping areas will show you the best way to navigate the city safely. It might take some getting used to, but this is the best way for us to enjoy Maastricht again. Read on and get ready for your visit to the city.