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Joyful Maastricht!

Maastricht, historic city on the Maas. A compact city with a historic center and a modern part. Maastricht is only 30 kilometers from the Euregio cities of Aachen, Hasselt and Liege.

Burgundian Maastricht

Burgundian Maastricht

The many shopping streets, cafes, churches and the burgundian lifestyle of the Maastricht people and their friendliness make Maastricht a hospitable city. It is also a city of international trade fairs, congresses and corporate events.

Het Stadspark

Het Stadspark

The sun only has to shine for a moment or Maastricht's city park is full! The picnic gear is brought out and a relaxed atmosphere is created.

Be sure to visit the city park when the weather is good!

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The Vrijthof

The Vrijthof

The Vrijthof is the ideal place to enjoy a nice drink or snack on a charming terrace! Enjoy the Burgundian atmosphere and the beautiful view in the heart of Maastricht!

Shopping in Maastricht

Shopping in Maastricht

A day of shopping? Come to Maastricht! The cozy shopping streets of Maastricht with the attractive terraces offer plenty of opportunities for a successful day!

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Bonnefantenmuseum

Bonnefantenmuseum

A 2 kilometer walk from Hotel Maastricht is the bonnenfantenmuseum, the museum of visual arts in Maastricht!

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Kazematten

Kazematten

A guided tour of the Kazematten is something that cannot be missed when visiting Maastricht. This unique system of corridors was constructed between 1575 and 1825 to approach the enemy underground and to render them harmless.

A guided tour of the Kazematten is a real experience!

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The district 'Wyck'

The district 'Wyck'

Wyck has been described for some time as the upcoming district of Maastricht. And although the district is still quite evolving and developing, it has already undergone a true transformation in the past ten years.

Dominican Church

Dominican Church

The Dominican Church is a Gothic church building that today houses a bookstore. The church was built in the 13th century as a monastery church. Today the church attracts many visitors.