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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
From EUR15.00
 
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
 
Private Tour: Düsseldorf Highlights Tour
"Start with a hotel pickup and delve into the streets of central Düsseldorf to learn about the city from your private driver-guide. As you travel along the scenic Rhine River promenade aka Rheinuferpromenade hear how the city developed from a riverside farming settlement to the lively Rhine-area metropolis that it is today. If you have any particular areas of interest let your guide know. Your commentary and itinerary can be tailored to your preference.After passing the pretty Rheinuferpromenade stop for a look at Rheinturm the city’s tallest and best-known landmark. Pause for photos of the TV tower set against the lively hustle of the Media Harbor. A modern-looking place
From EUR71.00

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Car parking at Maastricht

Car parking at Maastricht is well organized. In and around the old city center parking is not free.Best look for a parking garage. At the major entrance roads to the city are display that indicates...
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Dec 21, 2015

The local bus

The bus station is next to the train station.All local Veolia buses stop at the station and at the market square at the other side of the Maas river.There are also buses to other towns (even Belgium...
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Dec 21, 2015

NS Train

Maastricht can be easily reached by Intercity train.There is a second local station to the South called Randwyck, next to the MECC conference center.Real time Public Transportation info on the...
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pieter_jan_v
Dec 20, 2015

To Maastricht by bus

We came to Maastricht by bus from Aachen. We caught bus #50 from Theaterstrasse, just behind the theatre, but could also have boarded at the Hauptbahnhof. It was a Saturday so the bus ran every half...
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toonsarah
Jun 08, 2015

Bus 50 to Aachen

As I have already mentioned in one of my Aachen reviews, there is no longer any direct train service between Maastricht (Netherlands) and Aachen (Germany), but these two cities are only thirty...
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Nemorino
May 25, 2015

Cycling in Maastricht

In other parts of the Netherlands, the southern city of Maastricht does not have a reputation as a very good cycling city. Especially people from Groningen, in the far north of the country, are no...
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May 25, 2015
 
 
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The Stadstram

The Maastricht Stadstram is a tourist sightseeing tram along the historical sites of the city.Explanation during the 40 minutes ride either is in Dutch/German, Dutch/English, Dutch/French or a foreign...
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May 08, 2015

Train to Amsterdam

The train takes 2hr30 between Amsterdam and Maastricht you can catch the intercity and in 2015 it costs Euro25 one way 2nd class ticket which is rather expensive. You need to travel with an OV...
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jo104
Apr 26, 2015

Getting To Maastricht By Train

Even though the Province of Limburg is out on a limb, as it were, Maastrich is still very easy to get to by train from anywhere else within the Netherlands. There are a couple of intercity trains per...
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johngayton
Jul 15, 2014

Maastricht Train Connections

When visiting Maastricht, the best option is to travel by train as parking is quick difficult and not to mention relative expensive (parking fees were increased on 01-01-2014, and now vary from 1.60...
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rolphbronkhorst
Feb 11, 2014

The Cross-border Dagkaart

Worth doing if you are staying a few days in Maastricht is to have a day out to the former capital city of the Holy Roman Empire, Aachen, where Charlemagne reigned and for 500 years the German Kings...
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johngayton
Dec 16, 2012

Trains to Maastricht

I travelled to Maastricht on a small local train (second photo) from the Belgian city of Liège, 26 km to the south. The journey took just over half an hour, with stops at several small stations along...
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Nemorino
Sep 19, 2012

Wycker Brugstraat

When you leave the station and start walking or riding straight ahead, you first go along a wide street called Stationsstraat, but after three blocks it gets narrower and changes its name to Wycker...
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Nemorino
Sep 19, 2012

MS River Navigator

One morning I was crossing The High Bridge when a ship called the River Navigator came through and docked at one of the landings.I later looked it up and found that the MS River Navigator is one of...
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Nemorino
Sep 19, 2012

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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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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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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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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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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Onze Lieve Vrouwekerk / Church of Our Lady

I'm not really a church person but I do appreciate the historical relevance of a place's ecclesiastical buildings and the Church of Our Lady is a particularly interesting one. There has been a church...
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Top 5 Maastricht Writers

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ger4444

"Maastricht: Where life is Good!"
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sachara

"Maastricht"
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Imaniac

"Limbourgeois at its best"
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gkitzmil

"Maastricht -- beautiful city on the Maas"
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johngayton

"Not At All What I'd Expected!"
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