Hotel-Restaurant De Pauwenhof

70, Boschstraat, Maastricht, Limburg, The Netherlands
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resturants

by seska1

hi i know its ages in advance but i assume everything gets booked up months in advance can anyone tell me a resturant to go to that is near the vrijthof square for next years andre rieu concerts?? thanks debra

Re: resturants

by pieter_jan_v

I explored 4 of them:

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/tp/b8d04
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/tp/b8d1a
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/tp/13ccbc
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/tp/13ccc0


PJ

Re: resturants

by ATLC

http://www.vvv-maastricht.eu/eat_en_drink.html

And here are my recommendations. True, they are not too recent but still good as they are all still in business:

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/2bf0c/7025b/2/

Chateau Neercanne is not near Vrijthof.
Alsacien Beaumont would take you a 15 minute walk (it's near the station) but still very do-able if you need to be at Vrijthof.

Enjoy!

Re: resturants

by sherry24

Hi there i hv lived in Maastricht 23 years i,m British ex Army served in Maastricht if you need any info let me know i know loads about Maastricht

ok

hoi Geoff

Re: resturants

by sherry24

Hi again i just saw answers you received these are ridicolous the most expensive places in Maastricht, boring and difficult to reach (neercanne)

if you want info just let me know

Re: resturants

by ATLC

I agree. If you have tickets for a Rieu concert you wouldn't want a high culinary experience the same night. Try any nice Italian, Chinese restaurant or, if you can, any of the restaurant/pubs around Vrijthof.

Maastricht-center is not that large. That's why I suggested something nearer the train station, Wyckerbrugstraat, and enjoy a little walk to the Vrijthof for your concert.

Try the 90 minute dinner options:
http://www.vvv-maastricht.eu/culinary/90_minutes_dinner.html
Have a good look at the Maastricht map at this link. Vrijthof is on the left bank, the area I am referring to is on the right bank, the area called Wyck. It's only a short walk, 15-20 mins.

Maybe your hotel as a restaurant or can book one for you?

Re: resturants

by sherry24

i,ve been to most of the cafes and restaurants in maastricht give me a nod and i,ll give you small list. The places to go to are not right in the centre but 3-400m away in the side streets where the locals go Vrijthof is bit of a rip off but if you want mcdonalds or quick meals yep this is place to be depends on yr taste,

hoi

Travel Tips for Maastricht

Grolsh lager beer

by Jerelis

Let’s make no secret of it. I do like a nice cold glass of beer. Being somewhere else (usually abroad) is always a challenge to find a beer I like, which reflects my taste of having a beer. In Maastricht this was, of course, not rather difficult. I found out that there are a few local beers and Belgium lagers, only known in that particular area. But anyway, I did like the Grolsch Beer … the same as at home! LOL

The history of Grolsch dates back to 1615 when the family located their First brewery in Groenlo. Being a little untraditional in the brewing process Grolsh uses 2 hops. For me this full flavour beer is great from the initial sweetness to the final rounded bitterness.

Servatius

by mafootje

Maastricht grounds has been lived on since the prehistoric age, although the city itself was founded by the romanians. The name itself is slow change of the name a 'Mosae Trajectum'. At the end of the fourth century large amount of peoples started to move which meant the end of the Romanian age.

Christianity as been growing and the first bishop of Maastricht was Servatius,which is displayed at this monument.


Picture taken october 11th, 2003

Euro Coins

by MikeAtSea

The Netherlands are part of the Euro Zone, the common currency for Europe. Although all banknotes in the Euro Zone are the same, coins are minted by the individual countries. Hence The Netherlands offer their own coins with the picture of the Queen. Have a look when you get your change, since it may be a collection of coins from a number of European countries including the slightly rarer coins of The Netherlands.

Fort St Pieters

by Luchonda

Maastricht or "Mestreech" like the locals say is a topic to be visited. I did it during winterseason 2005 - A fantastic daytrip by bus.
Fort St Pieters is actually under reconstruction but climb up the mountain (?)to enjoy the magnificient view across the city in wintertime and the surrounding countryside with all it's secrets like the caves.
Next to the entrance of the Fort you will find "Auberge La Caponnière" and on the left
a nice "Apres Ski Pub" serving Belgian,Dutch and German beers.The choice is up to you First visit to a snowy area in the Benelux in 2005

Helpoort.

by MATIM

The Helpoort can justifiably be called the oldest city gate in the Netherlands. This gate also formed part of the first medieval city wall.
The opening times of this little museum is form Easter to November between 1.30 to 4.30 p.m. free admission.
The exhibition displays the historical aspects of Maastricht’s fortifications.

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Address: 70, Boschstraat, Maastricht, Limburg, The Netherlands