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Independent Shopping Trip to Maasmechelen Village Luxury Outlet from Brussels
"Leave Brussels in the early morning to avoid traffic and journey across the Flemish countryside by comfortable air-conditioned coach to the elegant and modern Maasmechelen Village luxury outlet. In addition to its top Belgian brands such as Essentiel Sarah Pacini and Olivier Strelli this outlet also offers several famous international brands such as Dolce & Gabbana Juicy Couture
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Maasmechelen Village Shopping Day Trip from Brussels
"Meet your host in central Brussels and then hop aboard your luxury coach for your journey to Maasmechelen Village the luxury shopping destination roughly an hour away. Choose from the Express Option or Experience Option and then — after your day of shopping — simply meet back up with your host at the prearranged time to return to central Brussels.Express Option:On arrival at Maasmechelen Village simply leave your coach and head inside to enjoy roughly four hours of shopping at leisure. Explore the spacious outdoor mall independently and browse the collections at more than 100 luxury boutiques discovering mens’ and womens’ clothing sportswear
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Guided Boat Trip in Ghent
"This is a boat trip in the historical heart of Ghent. It is an informative boat trip along the River Leie which takes you through the city of Ghent to let you discover the period of the Middle Ages. See the silent witnesses of the prestigious and gloriou the big old meat-market as well as the rugged and steep walls of the Castle of Counts. Admire the only traditional remaining wooden house front.There are open and covered boats available and there will be guided commentary so you can enjoy the views whil"""Enjoy a 40 minute guided boat trip in the historical heart of Ghent with live explanations. Departure is from one of the most beautiful spots in the city the Graslei which is the medieval port in the centre of Ghent. There are open and covered boats at your disposal."title=Highlights&1=40-minute+boat+cruise+along+the+River+Leie+in+Ghent&2=Travel+by+open+or+covered+boat+and+see+the+sights+from+the+water&3=Admire+the+Graslei%2C+the+Castle+of+Counts+and+the+Groot+Vleeshuis&4=Choice+of+several+departures+throughout+the+da""
From EUR7.00

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The High Bridge

This is the newest bridge in Maastricht, a bicycle and pedestrian bridge that was opened in 2003. It goes from Plein 1992 on the right bank of the river to the historic city center on the left.When I...
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Another Friendly Bar For Your Morning Coffee

if your wanderings take you down to the Helspoort and the old city walls on a chilly, damp, December morning then an ideal spot for a warming coffee is this intimate little street corner cafe/bar -...
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Centre Ceramique

The Centre Ceramique is the main building in the new area called Wijck. It's a modern building that houses the library, the city archives, a display of local pottery and changing exhibitions. It is...
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Basillica of Our Lady

The basilica of Our Lady is situated in the middle of the Onze lieve vrouwenplein (Our Lady square), its famous west front flanked by two round stepped towers. With to towering walls and loopholes,...
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Wilhelmina Bridge

The Wilhelminabrug is a bridge that was built over the Meuse in the years 1930-1932. It is mainly for motor vehicles, but also has bicycle lanes and sidewalks on both sides.Actually the original...
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The Maas/Meuse River

The Maas, as it is called in Dutch and German (Meuse in French and English), is actually not a very busy river. I seem to have taken pictures of it mainly when something was going on, such as a barge...
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Het Dinghuis

What I always do when I am in a to me strange town, I go to the tourist information office to buy a city walk map, so I make sure I visit the most important spots.Before I left to Maastricht I had a...
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Helpoort.

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...
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The river

Maastricht is located at the river Maas, hence the name. On a sunny day it must be beautiful to stroll along the river and sit down in one of the many outside cafes. Unfortunately the day we were here...
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Monseigneur Nolenspark

When you walk the city walls you have a great look-out over the Monseigneur Nolenspark. A green area south of the walls. There are a lot of birds here like ducks and geese. It must be great to sit...
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No monument shall be McDonnaldisized

Im quite happy that Maatricht gouvernment has a tough policy on monument maintenance. Commercial forces might be frustrated by the fact that it is not easy to over-billboard the old town and its...
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The Maastricht Citywalk Part 1

This citywalk contains some of the highlights of the city and takes about 2,5 hours. The walk connects the sights in a way, that you take the more picturesque streets that connect them. For specific...
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the Maastricht Citywalk part 3

Now standing at the entrance of the Faliezusterpark, you can climb the stairs of the bastion of Rondeel de Vijf Koppen Standing at the top of it you see a gun. As you may have notices, guns are...
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the Maastricht Citywalk part 4

At the “ezelmarkt” you turn to the right (Lenculenstraat) at your left hand you find the entrance to the former Government building for the province of Limburg. (You can also enter it at the...
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Top Hotels in Maastricht

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Stationsstraat 40, Maastricht, Limburg, NL-6221, The Netherlands
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Sibemaweg 10, Maastricht, Limburg, 6227 AH, The Netherlands
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Wycker Brugstraat 2, Maastricht, Limburg, 6221 EC, The Netherlands
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St. Maartenslaan 5, Maastricht, 6221 AV, The Netherlands
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Weert 9, Maastricht, Limburg, 6222 PG, The Netherlands
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Forum 110, Maastricht, Limburg, 6229 GV, The Netherlands
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Top Things to Do in Maastricht

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St. Pietersberg

...it closed about 70 years ago :-( For an absolutely fascinating day out from Maastricht a visit to the "caves" at St Pietersberg is a must. These so-called "caves" are in fact the tunnels created...
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Fortifications

Helpoort means ‘Hells Gate’ and may just have been that to a few invaders over the centuries. Despite the remaining signs of the interior ‘Murder Hole’, it was named because this small tower complex...
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City walls

The Poort Waerachtig city gate is not a part of the original city walls. The gate was constructed in 1988 as a connection to a new city quarter; the villa park at the South side. The gate is a...
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St. Servaas church

Must visit! Have a look at my travelogue; inside you'll find the church treasure, relics, and the crypt with burial site of St. Servatius. In Wikipedia I read that as early as the 10th century the...
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Vrijthof

The Vrijthof is Maastricht event square. This spot is the place where well-known events as the Preuvenemint, start of the Carnaval, Andre Rieu concerts, Christmas Market and fair. The Vrijthof is...
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Onze Lieve Vrouwekerk / Church of Our Lady

This church is one of the oldest at Maastricht. It is well possible, hat at this location the oldest church of the Netherlands was located before the present church was constructed, but documents...
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"Maastricht: Where life is Good!"
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"Maastricht"
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"Limbourgeois at its best"
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"Maastricht -- beautiful city on the Maas"
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"Not At All What I'd Expected!"
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