25 Jul 2019 - 26 Jul 2019
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MAASTRICHT Can you be a tourists in your own country? Yes you can. But to understand that I like to explain something. Netherlands, however small, is divided into 12 pieces or better said 12 provinces. 12 provinces, each with its own character, but at one point they are all equal. So are the provinces of North Holland, South Holland, Zeeland, Utrecht, Gelderland, Flevoland, Friesland, Groningen, Drenthe, Noord Brabant and Limburg, Overijsel all working by means of water management in the process of dry feet. Compared to the mostly low-lying provinces of Netherlands, Limburg is however to call by its hilly terrain, High. With the Cauberg mountain as highest point. The capital of the most Southern province of the Netherlands ,Limburg, is Maastricht. Maastricht is one of the oldest cities of our country is best described as a truly exuberant city and can fit easily somewhere in France, in short, very different than most cities in Netherlands, and I may say it as an Amsterdammer tourist. Residents of Maastricht are fond of music, good food, fashion and Carnival. The Vrijthof Square and the adjacent Cafés are really worth a visit. World famous are the Concerts on Vrijthof Square by the Johan Strauss Orchestra under the inspiring leadership of the Maastricht conductor André Rieu. This concert is visited each year by hundreds of foreign fans. If you do not know this Orchestra and André Rieu look on You Tube. Maastricht is only a 30 kilometres drive to Liege in Belgium and a 30 kilometre drive to Aachen in Germany. Maastricht? Go! Just Go!
Maastricht is one of the oldest cities in Holland. Wander along the city walls or down its cobblestone streets. Churches and an assortment of other buildings hundreds of years old co-exist with restaurants and a wide variety of stores.
This town near the Dutch-Belgian border is one of my favorites in the Netherlands. It is small and easy to navigate and mixes the cultures of both countries in an interesting way. The Caves of St.Peter are a highlight. There are many spas that have outdoor pools overlooking the scenic town of Valkenburg. I highly suggest the spa experience!
MAASTRICHT made world headlines in 1992, when the signing of the Maastricht Treaty created the European Union. With its cobbled streets and fashionable boutiques in the old town, contemporary architecture in the Céramique district, a fantastic art fair and excellent cuisine, Maastricht is one of the most vibrant cities in the Netherlands. Add in its continental feel, the multilingual population and close proximity to Belgium and Germany and it's no wonder why the Eurocrats signed the treaty here: Maastricht epitomizes the most ... More Overview of Maastricht, The Netherlands Information by Rough Guides MAASTRICHT made world headlines in 1992, when the signing of the Maastricht Treaty created the European Union. With its cobbled streets and fashionable boutiques in the old town, contemporary architecture in the Céramique district, a fantastic art fair and excellent cuisine, Maastricht is one of the most vibrant cities in the Netherlands. Add in its continental feel, the multilingual population and close proximity to Belgium and Germany and it's no wonder why the Eurocrats signed the treaty here: Maastricht epitomizes the most positive aspects of European union. Vying with Nijmegen as the oldest town in the country, Maastricht has become something of a call-centre capital, hosting the likes of Mercedes Benz and DHL. Redevelopment continues apace today with the "City Centre in Motion" scheme, whose most recent contribution is 't Bassin, a spruced up inland harbour north of the Markt, with restaurants, cafés, shops and galleries. Other parts of the town make for delightful walking territory, especially the older quarters such as Stokstraat.