Welcome to Wyck. Its streets are charming, its hotels are hip, and its businesses are booming. All this makes Wyck the perfect introduction to the rest of the city.
Wyck is a district with its own unique character. The many contemporary and exclusive shops, hotels, restaurants, and creatieve enterprises that have come here in recent years are perfect fit with the long-standing local boutiques, fine food shops, and the locals themselves. That’s what makes Wyck one of the best places in Maastricht to live, work, and shop. Wyck is bustling with business from the train station to the river. Today, it’s rightly said that you haven’t seen Maastricht until you’ve seen Wyck!
Curious to discover Wyck? A local will gladly take you on a tour through the district from the comfort of your own chair. But if you want the real Wyck experience, then we invite you to come and see it for yourself!Read the blog!
Maastricht is a city where old and new come together, with famous as well as many hidden places. Here is a list of our favourites. Discover which district is your favourite.
Better known as the historic centre of Maastricht, this shopping paradise is surrounded by the most beautiful squares: Onze Lieve Vrouweplein, Markt, and Vrijthof.Binnenstad
A chic area of Maastricht: exclusive clothes shops, hidden places, and romantic squares such as Op de Thermen.Stokstraatkwartier
Here you can soak up Maastricht's French vibes. This special part of the city centre is named after the tranquil Jeker river that flows through it.Jekerkwartier
A place of innovation and regeneration, this district is in full bloom and is far from finished flowering. Backdropped by the historic city harbour and home to the Sphinxpassage, an ode to its rich past.Sphinxkwartier
The cutting-edge area of Maastricht, this district is an architectural gem, with a vast square, city library, and fine coffee shops.Céramique
Walk from the centre via Stadspark through Sint Pieter and discover this beautiful residential area overlooked by the majestic St. Pietersberg hill.Sint Pieter