The third step of the Dutch government’s ‘opening plan’ has been taken. Bars, cafés, and restaurants have been allowed to offer outdoor as well as indoor seating until 10 PM. Theatres, cinemas, and museums have all reopened, and guided tours have also since been given the go-ahead. This is all really good news!
However, we still need to keep a safe distance from one another, be aware while shopping, and remember to keep others in mind. If you’d like to visit a shop, restaurant, or tourist attraction, please contact the venue in question in advance to avoid any disappointments and to stay up to date with the rules.
If you’d like to know more about COVID-19 measures in the Netherlands, please visit the Rijksoverheid (Dutch central government) website for more information.
Maastricht city centre has recently been equipped with pedestrian routes. The routes and signs 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.
It is no longer required to book an appointment before visiting your favourite shop. Please contact any shops or venues that you would like to visit so that you can ask about current opening times and other information.
Visiting the Maastricht Visitor Center now no longer requires an appointment. Please visit the Maastricht Visitor Center for a broad range of information and inspiration about Maastricht. Naturally, we have the appropriate measures in place and would be happy to see you once more!