The world's largest annual art show is held in mid-March. More than 200 exhibitors converge on Maastricht offering masterpieces to those with a few million euros to spare for the odd Rembrandt. The event is open to the public.
Maastricht, capital of Limburg at the foot of St. Peter Berg! A city with many shops, cafes, plazas, churches. Maastricht has a lot to offer.
Paperbacks fill the shelves at the newly re-opened Selexy-Dominicanen, a modern bookshop housed in a 13th-century Gothic church, situated between Vrijthof and Markt Squares. Sit down to coffee at the shop's stylish cafe and admire the colourful frescoes.
Don't Go Home Without
Strolling past the ornate shopfronts of the Stokstraat, Maastricht's pleasant shopping street lined with medieval and Renaissance buildings. The stylish boutiques and streetside cafes are 7 minutes' walk across De Hoge Bridge from Crowne Plaza Maastricht.
A simple walk along the Maas River Promenade is enough to inspire in this ancient city, and a tour of the centuries-old fortifications lining the city is a must for any history buffs. They are some of the oldest and best-preserved structures in The Netherlands.Those with more modern tastes will also delight in the many slick eateries and fashionable bars and cafes in the Maastricht city centre!