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Maastricht Introduction

Nestled between Belgium and Germany at the southern end of the Netherlands, Maastricht is a delightful mix of influences from its European neighbours. With its stunning medieval architecture, twisting cobbled streets in the old town and colourful city vibe, Maastricht is a bustling university city with a rich history and layered culture. Resting on the banks of the Meuse River, there are boats to sail, stone bridges to cross and exciting restaurants where you can watch the world go by.

Hotels in Maastricht

Maastricht has a wealth of accommodation options to suit most budgets and tastes. Luxury hotels in Maastricht are 4-star and 5-star locations with spa and wellness centres, in-house fine dining options and bicycle rentals with packed lunch services. Discount hotels in Maastricht offer clean but basic accommodation with free WiFi, airport shuttles and terraces where you can soak up sunshine and sip your morning coffee. There are also numerous holiday homes and apartment rentals that provide personalised furnishings, fully equipped kitchens and gardens or terraces where you can have a glass of wine at the end of the day.

Where to stay

The most popular neighbourhood in Maastricht is the city centre on the banks of the Meuse River, close to museums, restaurants and shops. It's here that you'll find accommodation of every variety, from basic backpacker hostels with clean bunk beds, shared bathroom facilities and homey common lounges, to historic guesthouses with full kitchens, laundry services and outdoor seating areas. You'll also find boutique hotels with glittering chandeliers and beautiful antiques, lush gardens and free WiFi, and mid-range hotels with charming interiors, fine linens and hearty breakfast buffets served in the garden or on the terrace on fine mornings.

Things to see

Maastricht may have amazing sights above ground, but under the city there are unexpected delights to be found. Between the 1500s and 1800s a tangled network of tunnels was built to help the citizens survive during times of war and siege. Now you can take lamplit tours of these amazing passageways and hear gripping stories of escape and survival. For spectacular views of Maastricht and the Meuse River, climb to the top of Fort Sint Pieter, which was built to protect the city in the early 1700s, or cross the St. Servaas Bridge. Book lovers dare not miss visiting the stunningly beautiful Dominicanen bookstore with its soaring arches and stone pillars. When you're out exploring the city, be sure to visit the 13th-century Helpoort, the oldest surviving town gate in the Netherlands. If you love coffee, make a beeline for Blanche Dael, the oldest coffee roasting shop in Limburg.

How to get to Maastricht

While it is possible to fly to Maastricht, most visitors choose to arrive by other routes. If you do wish to fly, simply book a ticket to Maastricht Aachen Airport. Once you've retrieved your luggage you can take a bus into the city centre or hire a taxi to take you directly to hotels in Maastricht. If you prefer other routes, you can catch a bus or train into Maastricht from throughout the Netherlands and nearby countries such as Belgium, Germany and France. If you're feeling especially adventurous, you can cycle to Maastricht along national bike routes from Amsterdam, Arnhem and Aachen.

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