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Bus from Maastricht to Antwerpen

by jfjt100


I would really apreciate if somebody could tell me if there is a bus service from Maastricht to Antverpen in Belgium. Where should I buy the ticket and how much it costs.

Thank you very much.

Re: Bus from Maastricht to Antwerpen

by qaminari

No there isn't, you can get there by train in 2 - 2 1/2 hours depending on connections, changing at Bruxelles-Nord. You buy the ticket at the station and I don't know how much it will cost but it's €14.60 from Antwerp to Liege, so you can safely assume under €20 from Maastricht to Antwerp (single).

Re: Bus from Maastricht to Antwerpen

by MacedonianUK

Take bus from the Train Station in Maastricht, at Sation Straat, to Luik(Liege) going via Vise.
Or you can get train to Vise (on the border) with Belgum, and from there train to Antwerpen via Brussels.
I think you will need to change at Brussels Midi.
Do not buy train ticket from Maastricht to Antwerpen, from Maastricht train station, as is very expencive.
Get to Vise, wich is just inside Belgum and from there buy ticket, to Antwerpen(you can get on on the train, or at Vise train station)
If you are young person under 26 yrs old you will get extrimly good deal, otherwise you get around 30% cheaper ticket,if you buy it within Belgum.
Also if you are staying, longer in Belgum , you might buy ticket for 10 journies, within 6 months duration, and travel around Belgum for around €47.
Ticket last 6 months, but if you decide to see Belgum, than you can use all of the 10 jurnies, for as long you are in B.
Only thing it is you can not use it on Talys, or any of the express trains.
Liege Gulliames train Station will give you all of info.
hope this helps.

P.S. Also you can take boat from Maastrich to Liege on the river Maas.It's going from the berth , near Our Lady of the Sea Church. Return sailing is €6.50, Laves Maastricht around 10am, comes back around 6pm

Re: Bus from Maastricht to Antwerpen

by K_V_B

The info MacedonianUK gave you is a bit outdated. Last year the Belgian railways started running a fast IC service from Maastricht to Brussels, and integrated the service in their domestic tariff.
The trip takes about two hours, and normal price is euro 18,80 one way, which is not expensive.
Splitting your trip in Vise will not make it cheaper, as it is 3,80 form Maastricht to Vise, and 17,- from Vise to Antwerpen...
There is a train every hour (see www.nmbs.be for timetables) and you can buy thickets for Belgium from the ticket vending machines at the Maastricht railway station. The machines are quite userfriendly, have touch screen menu's in English and accept credict cards. Tickets are not specific to a particular train, you can use any departure on the day of validity.

Re: Bus from Maastricht to Antwerpen

by MacedonianUK

I have to admit , it is a wile since, I used train to go anywere in Belgum. Altought I divide my time between Maastricht and Bitola, I now use my car, for wathever travel I do in the radius of 50km, in the Euroregio.
So I my tip on the train is bit outdated.
But no worries, I am going to hit the train station & familiaraze with all the new connections and offers.

Re: Bus from Maastricht to Antwerpen

by jfjt100

Thank you guys,

All your answers were very helpful!

Thank you agian.

Travel Tips for Maastricht

Onze Lieve Vrouweplein and Basilica

by Sjalen

I just loved the historic feel I got in this small square in the centre and prefered it to the huge and lively Vrijthof. Here I found a handful of very popular cafes and restaurants in the shade of old trees, and you can rest your eyes on the Basilica of our Lady. When we were there, so too was the King of France! :))) There are always street performers here and this dog took his royal duties seriously.

visit the open air shopping...

by soxdcat

visit the open air shopping area. There are so many shops to go into, you dont know where to start! My most wonderful memory of maastricht is going with our friends to the museum, and then walking to the marketplace afterwards.


by Imaniac

In the parks along the city walls, you'll find a hertenkamp. This is the home of a couple of small animals. The start attraction are the dear. But there are also geese, chickens, goats, pheasants, peacocks and many more. You can't get in to touch the animals, but they will eat from your hand, if you go to the fence.

Art Exibitions in Center Ceramique

by Imaniac

In the Center Ceramique there are usually a few art exhibitions on display. Usually it's modern art, but you'll also find some boards with information about certain projects here. When I took this photo there were little sculptures with a mozaique finish. Entrance to the center is free, but it is closed on mondays.

Check www.centreceramique.nl for the latest info.

Vrijthof Square

by Imaniac

The Vrijthof Square is the biggest and liveliest square in Maastricht. It is one of the most famous squares in Holland. On one side of the square you can see some of the finest buildings in Maastricht, like the St Servaas Church and the St Jans Church. On the opposite side there is a row of pubs/restaurants. This is where everybody goes to at night to have a drink or two. It's also a great place to sit outside in the summer. On the other two sides there are a couple of interesting buildings where you might spend a few hours, like the theater and the museum Spaans Gouvernement.

You can also park your car here in an underground parking. Every now and again there is a major event at the square. In teh winter there is the WInter Wonderland fun fair. In the summer there is the Preuvenemint, a food tasting festival.


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